Kwetsani Camp, Okavango Delta, Botswana

Kwetsani Camp is a Classic Camp

Things to do at Kwetsani Camp

Kwetsani Camp offers excellent land and water activities. In the summer, these tend more towards game drives, whereas in the winter, mainly water-based activities are offered.


Game Drives

Morning and afternoon game drives are offered in open 4x4 Land Rovers, each accommodating a maximum of seven people, allowing each guest an outside seat. In times of high water guests are transferred by boat to game drive areas.


Night Drives

Night drives with spotlights allow you to find those nocturnal animals you wouldn’t see during normal daytime drives.


Mokoro Excursions

There is no better way of viewing the Delta and its wildlife than by traditional mokoro (dug-out canoe), of which Kwetsani has five. In summer, guests are driven to the water for this activity.


Boating

Boating is another idyllic form or water wildlife viewing. This activity takes place to the west of camp.


Hides

There are two hides in the area, one of which is located about 20 minutes from camp. This hide can be used for sleep-outs for a maximum of four people at a time. The hide is equipped with a long-drop loo.


Birding

The Jao Concession has outstanding birding opportunities. With water and land activities, opportunities to grow your list are excellent.

Latest News From Kwetsani Camp

  • Kwetsani Camp – June 2014
    Jul 18, 2014

    A guest sums up the wonder of a Kwetsani safari: “Birds, leopards, cubs and lion family, trumpeting of elephants. Mokoro this morning was calling us to stay forever…”

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  • Kwetsani Camp – May 2014
    May 31, 2014

    The birdlife has been extraordinary at Kwetsani Camp this month, while our lion cubs are growing into magnificent cats…

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  • Kwetsani Camp – April 2014
    Apr 30, 2014

    Exciting sightings of rare honey badgers and serval at Kwetsani Camp this month!

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A Quote From Our Guests

“ Great camp with a nice combination of wet and dry activities. This was our second camp, so it was a welcome change from the game drives. ”
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Reviewed by: FortyEightFan, 2013.08.20