Kwara is the perfect camp for new comers to the Delta. It is secluded, ammased with prime wildlife, and offers some old-world safari luxuries that many other lodges in the Okavango have missed. The camp sits on the banks of a secluded lagoon in the middle of the Kwara concession, a resplendent area of land to the north of the Moremi reserve that is roughly the size of Luxembourg.
The camp has access to both permanent waterways and expansive dry land areas which gives visitors the chance to explore the Delta by overland game drives and water safaris by either mokoro or motor boat. Walking excursions are offered as well as seasonal fishing.
The area around the camp is abundant with wildlife and Big Five sighting are common place. Furthermore, it is one of the few camps in the Delta where white rhino viewings occur. The birdlife in the area is also phenomenal, making the camp a great option for ornithologists.
The camp consists of eight lavishly decorated canvas tents. Built on platforms with hardwood floors, the tents retain a comforting safari feel. All rooms have en-suite bathrooms and private decks that overlook either the floodplain or the lagoon.
The camp also has a honeymoon suite located in a more private area of the grounds, which is the perfect option for a romantic getaway.
The communal area consists of a swimming pool for cooling off during the day, a bar, a lounge and a hide. A large boma (fireplace) is located on the lagoon side of the communal area where breakfast and supper are served.