Situated in the heart of the magnificent Jao Concession in the Okavango Delta of Botswana, the Kwetsani Camp features island tree-houses on beautiful floodplains. This safari camp is on an elongated island which is covered with fig, palm and mangosteen trees.
Visitors have the unique opportunity to explore the waterways of the Delta in the traditional dugout canoes. This intimate camp with scenic views of the Okavango floodplains offers an excellent combination of land and water activities in search of a great variety of game. The access to the wildlife-rich Hunda Island adds extra value to the thrilling safari drives.
This wilderness Safari camp features five tree-house style chalets all of which are well appointed with en-suite bathrooms. Made of wood, canvas and glass, each cottage offers a bedroom and lounge.
Guests enjoy the fantastic land and water activities during their stay at the Kwetsani Camp. During the summer, safari drives are on offer based on the water levels, whereas during the winter months, mainly water-based activities can be enjoyed. The early morning and the late afternoon safari drives are conducted in open 4x4 Land Rovers.
During times of high water levels, guests are transferred by boat to the specific safari drive regions. During the exciting night safaris with spotlights, travellers may observe nocturnal animals that one wouldn’t see during regular daytime drives.
Nocturnal wildlife includes serval, porcupine, aardwolf, large spotted genet and the bushbaby to name but a few. The Jao Concession in Botswana is home to an astonishing amount of unique bird species making it a bird watchers paradise.