The Nata Sanctuary provides affordable camping in the Mophane woodland near the entrance of the park. Enjoy a private campsite complete with a braai place and table. Ablutions consist of hot showers and flush toilets. The camp is dominated by a fallen baobab tree. The massive tree collapsed in 1992 but it has survived and continues to grow horizontally. Over 165 bird species have been spotted at the sanctuary. This is a community-based project.
There is a pleasant campsite close to the entrance gate. The individual sites are very spacious and shady and have their own braai stand, concrete table and benches, power points and electric light. Each is named after an indigenous tree which grows here – the names are in Setswana: Mowana – baobab, mokoba – knobthorn, motswiri – leadwood. There is a thatched ablution block with flush toilets and hot showers