Mashatu is the land of giants. Large breeding herds and solitary bull elephants roam this pristine wilderness. The area is full of history, dating back 5000 years ago to the first inhabitants, the Koi Sand, to the colonial era when Cecil John Rhodes and grandfather of current Botswana president Ian Khama, signed a treaty that gave the land to Rhodes, but protected the rest of Botswana. This majestic land is full of wildlife and excitement; perfect for an African safariĀ