Kwetsani Camp

Located in the central region of the Jao Concession, Kwetsani Camp has access to the vast open floodplains and some of the most stunning vistas of the Okavango Delta. To the north of Jao Camp on the same floodplain system, both camps are surrounded by beautiful islands fringed by riverine forests. The Kwetsani Camp is situated along a narrow island. The rich water sources attract a great abundance of wildlife. Lion, leopard, wild dog, cheetah, tsessebe and red lechwe are among the major game attractions at Kwetsani Camp, while hippo, sitatunga antelope and crocodile reside in the deeper, permanently lily-filled lagoons of the area. Nocturnal animals such as porcupine, aardwolf, serval, large spotted genet and lesser bushbaby can be observed on the night drives (water levels permitting).

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Tree-House Chalet

Accommodation is in six tree-house chalets with thatched ceilings and glass door entrances, elevated on wooden decks 4 – 6 metres off the ground. The chalets are open and airy; have en-suite facilities with a separate toilet, indoor and outdoor showers, mosquito nets, ceiling fan and verandahs overlooking the floodplains.

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Kwetsani Camp Restaurants

The dining room, lounge and bar area are constructed under a large, cool thatched roof and offer incredible vistas of the surrounding floodplains dotted with lechwe, wildebeest and other plains game.

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Kwetsani Camp Activities

Guests can watch the wildlife from a communal pool. Kwetsani Camp offers excellent land and water activities dependent on the annual flood levels of the Okavango Delta. Game drives, as well as breathtaking wildlife viewing by mokoro are on offer. More intrepid guests can also explore the many palm-fringed islands on foot (this must be requested prior to travel) or utilise the two platform hides in the concession. Lion, leopard, wild dog, cheetah, tsessebe and red lechwe are among the major game attractions at Kwetsani Camp, while hippo, sitatunga antelope and crocodile reside in the deeper, permanently lily-filled lagoons of the area. Nocturnal animals such as porcupine, aardwolf, serval, large spotted genet and lesser bushbaby can be observed on the night drives (water levels permitting).

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