Little Makalolo is built among Teak trees looking towards a waterhole and pan which is about 100m away from camp. Guests can sit at a waterhole and watch the passing parade of animals as they come to quench their thirst, or enjoy the hide in front of the camp which gives great views onto the waterhole. Five tented rooms, each with en-suite bathroom facilities and outside shower for those who want to enjoy the stars while showering. The dining room and lounge is under one large tent. There is a small swimming pool. Game drives in open 4×4 Land Rovers and game walks with an experienced and armed guide are a highlight for those who want to experience Africa at close quarters. Summer sees the large antelope herds migrate onto the plains, closely followed by their predators. Elephants, Buffalo, Sable, Roan, Giraffe, Wildebeest, Impala and sometimes even Gemsbok can be seen here. The area is one of the best for predators – Lion, Leopard, Wild Dog and Cheetah are regularly sighted, along with the smaller African Wild Cat, Serval, Honey Badger, Civet and Hyena. The area has a number of waterholes which attract game in large concentrations, especially during the winter months. For the bird watcher, Makalolo offers a wonderful range of birding, from Miombo species right through to the Kalahari species.