Kwara: Our View
Kwara is one of our favourite camps in the Okavango Delta. After an extensive rebuild Kwara has now re-opened its door to visitors from 1st September 2019 as a 5- star luxury camp.
Overlooking a secluded lagoon (15 min drive away from the Kwara airstrip) in the northern Okavango Delta, Kwara offers the ultimate Delta experience. Its location allows access to the permanent waterways of the Delta as well as expansive dry land areas, admired for their quality game viewing.
Within the exclusive concession in which it is located, Kwara offers a wide variety of activities. In addition to game drives, both day and night, the camp offers mokoro trips, as well as fishing (spinning equipment is provided but fly fisherman need to bring their own equipment). Boat trips are on a double-decker boat that visits the Godikwe Lagoon in the waters of the Moremi Game Reserve, which is known for its abundant varieties of birdlife especially during nesting season.
The main area of the camp of the camp has a dining area, lounge and curio shop. The 2 small pool areas at each end of the camp provide guests with more areas to relax in.
Kwara offers a digital detox experience (no wifi, no cell phone connectivity) allowing guests to truly enjoy and embrace the natural setting of the camp.
Kwara: Quick Facts
- 9 double tents with en-suite bathroom and private deck.
- Swimming pool
- Located on private concession so off road and night drives permitted,
- Both land and water activities: day & night game drives, mokoro safaris, walking safaris and motorboating
- Excellent wildlife viewing
Kwara: The Details
Each of the 9 canvas tents have a spacious deck overlooking the lagoon and blend perefctly into their surroundings. Tents are appointed with wooden flooring throughout, large king size bed covered by a romantic mosquito net including a ceiling fan, free-standing bath, double basin, as well as indoor and outside shower. The extensive split-level floorplan with its living area on the lower level and bed- and bathroom on the slightly higher level complimented by the overall contemporary style makes for the utmost comfort amidst the African wilderness.
There are no family rooms at Kwara and children are only allowed from 18yrs. The camp has to be booked for a minmum stay of 3 nights.