The wet season is generally from late November through March and into April. Activities during the wet season include game drives in open 4×4 vehicles custom designed for the terrain to experience the enormous herds of the annual zebra and wildebeest migration. Bird walks to observe migratory waterfowl (flamingos, storks, wattled crane, ducks, terns, etc.) and their breeding and feeding sites are another option. Depending on the amount of recent rainfall, guests will have usage of 4WD quad bikes and vehicles on the salt pans, an exhilarating way to see the area.

Night drives to view migration and unique desert wildlife (brown hyena, aardvark, aardwolf, etc.) are a special favorite. Game walks with Bushman trackers to observe the desert wildlife such as gemsbok, meerkat, and springbok are a great way to learn how the indigenous San people survive in this seemingly inhospitable land. Finally, a visit to the historic baobab trees are always on the agenda (the campsites of Livingstone, Selous, and Baines). The dry season accommodates much more extensive use of the quad bikes out on the pans. All other activities are available as well. The camps also operate a five-day fly camp option to Kubu Island (weather permitting) with quad bikes for parties with at least four guests.