Kwetsani Camp

Kwetsani Camp Moremi Botswana
Kwetsani Camp Moremi Botswana
Kwetsani Camp Moremi Botswana
Kwetsani Camp Moremi Botswana
Kwetsani Camp Moremi Botswana
Kwetsani Camp Moremi Botswana
Kwetsani Camp Moremi Botswana
Kwetsani Camp Moremi Botswana
Kwetsani Camp Moremi Botswana
Kwetsani Camp Moremi Botswana
Rooms
5

Kwetsani Camp is a five roomed luxury tented camp located in a private reserve 25 km to the west of Mombo and to the west of the Moremi Game Reserve. The large elongated island on which Kwetsani is built is heavily wooded, cool and shady with Palm, Mangosteen and Fig trees and is one of the most remote camps in the entire Okavango Delta. Kwetsani Camp is raised on stilts beneath a shady canopy.

Five wonderful, spacious tree-house chalets are built under thatch roofs. All have En-suite facilities including a shower, flush toilet, twin basins and an additional outdoor shower for those who like showering in the open air. Guests can lie in their rooms, or in the pool, and watch the animals in front of the camp. All the Okavango's large predators are found here. Activities include mokoroing, walking on palm-fringed islands and game drives during the day and night. In the height of the Okavango's annual floods, boats are used to get around the area and also to transfer to the islands where the game viewing vehicles are located. Access into this area is only by aircraft.

Kwetsani Camp is a five roomed luxury tented camp located in a private reserve 25 km to the west of Mombo and to the west of the Moremi Game Reserve. The large elongated island on which Kwetsani is built is heavily wooded, cool and shady with Palm, Mangosteen and Fig trees and is one of the most remote camps in the entire Okavango Delta. Kwetsani Camp is raised on stilts beneath a shady canopy.

Five wonderful, spacious tree-house chalets are built under thatch roofs. All have En-suite facilities including a shower, flush toilet, twin basins and an additional outdoor shower for those who like showering in the open air. Guests can lie in their rooms, or in the pool, and watch the animals in front of the camp. All the Okavango's large predators are found here. Activities include mokoroing, walking on palm-fringed islands and game drives during the day and night. In the height of the Okavango's annual floods, boats are used to get around the area and also to transfer to the islands where the game viewing vehicles are located. Access into this area is only by aircraft.