Kwara is located in the remote northern part of the Okavango Delta within a private concession - a wilderness area in excess of 1,700 square kilometres which borders the Moremi Reserve. Only Kwara guests have access to this area!
Accommodation at Kwara Camp:
The camp fronts onto a huge floodplain, adjacent to the permanent water of the Delta and is backed by extensive bush.
- The eight luxury safari-style tents are built on raised decks, within a grove of huge and ancient African Ebony trees. Each tent has its own viewing deck, private en-suite facilities including hot and cold running showers, flush toilets, his & hers basins, inside outside showers and flush toilets
- The honeymoon suite has it’s own special bathroom with an antique slipper bath with the traditional ball and claw feet. If you want complete privacy you should consider hiring a private vehicle which comes with your own guide and tracker. As Kwara guests have exclusive use of the Kwara conservancy, you will have the wilderness almost to yourselves
Activities at Kwara Camp:
- Guests can enjoy a diverse wildlife experience all year round, but the focus is definitely on the water.
- Mokoro trails (traditional dug out canoe) through crystal-clear waters.
- Double deck powerboat for best viewing.
- Outstanding birding: Visit the famous Godikwe lagoon, where you can stand on a boat literally eye to eye with thousands of herons, storks and other nesting birds. Kwara is the nearest camp to this famous spectacle in Moremi Game Reserve. Other species you can encounter through the channels and rivers are kingfishers, pygmy geese, fish eagles, jacanas, darters and if you're really fortunate, the elusive Pels Fishing Owl.
- Fishing (both spinner and fly)
- Guided walks on one of the many palm-fringed islands.
- Game drives: morning and afternoon drives as well as spectacular night drives. Each vehicle, accompanied by a guide and a tracker, takes no more than six passengers in individual seating so everyone gets a window seat! The Kwara area is home to a variety of wild animals including, lechwe, sitatunga, reedbuck, bushbuck, hippo, crocodiles, elephant, buffalo, sable, roan, zebra, giraffe, wildebeest, impala and tsessebe. Lion, hyaena, wild dog, leopard and cheetah are abundant in this part of the Delta and regularly seen.
- Camp open all year round
- The camp lies on permanent Okavango Delta water
- The camp has a pool
- Swimming pool