Kwara Camp is located in the remote northern part
of the Okavango Delta within the private Kwara
concession. It is a remote wilderness area in
excess of 1700 square kilometers bordering the
Moremi Reserve. Kwara is an abbreviated form of
a Tswana expression meaning "where the pelicans
feed". Deep pools, seasonally fed by subterranean
springs, dry up more slowly than their more shallow
counterparts but when they do, the concentration
of fish causes a pelican feeding frenzy.
Fly-In, Safari Lodge, Wildlife, Game Drives, Safari,
Walking /Hiking, Canoeing, Fishing, Birding, Game
Based on the mainland, Kwara is able to offer
more frequent sightings of Sable, Buffalo and
Waterbuck which tend to migrate between the better
grazing in-land, to the waterline. This different
environment offers exciting and adventurous alternatives
to normal programmes.
Facing west across a lagoon, the eight tents enjoy
spectacular sunsets. Equipped in the inimitable
fashion, they feature twin beds with private facilities,
solar power and gas heated hot water all day.
You will find a warm welcome after each special
day. Around a camp fire at night, camaraderie
prevails as bushlore anecdotes are recounted.
A gracious meal is prepared and noble wines uncorked.
Locally the camp manager will suggest options
that are feasible depending on local conditions:
a leisurely boat ride; four wheel drive in a safari
vehicle or walking. An armed ranger will escort
you through some of the finest game walking country
along the shores of the delta. Equipped with a
radio in the event of any assistance that may
be required, you can experience the real wild.
Apart from the regular activities, other activities
include boat and mokoro rides, game walks and
· Children over 12 welcome
· Children 8 - 12 years permitted provided
they are on a private vehicle or on a family safari.
Younger than 8 years permitted, as above, but
only in the green season (Nov - June). All children
pay full rate.
· Game/Wildlife Reserve
Check In Before: 14:00
Check Out Before: 11:00