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Island tree-houses overlooking a picture-perfect, lechwe-dotted floodplainKwetsani is situated on an elongated island covered with palm, mangosteen and fig trees. The main area, including dining and lounge area, with its large wooden deck and cool thatched roof, is raised high above the ground and overlooks an expansive floodplain. A walkway leads to a plunge pool with loungers – a perfect spot to relax at midday. HighlightsKwetsani offers excellent land and water activities dependent on annual inundation levels. Lion, leopard, lechwe and tsessebe are among the major game attractions, while hippo, sitatunga and crocodile reside in the deeper, permanently lily-filled lagoons. Incredible vistas of the surrounding floodplains dotted with lechwe, other plains game and even lion can be seen from the decks or from the comfort of your tent. 5 Tents: Airy ‘tree-house’ chalets of thatch, wood, glass and canvas; en-suite bathrooms; outdoor shower; connected with wooden walkwaysExperiences: Game drives Mokoro excursions Boat trips to Hunda Island for game drives (Seasonal) Seasonal hide for sleep-outs or game viewing
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Beautiful camp set in the Moremi Game reserve. Spent 2 nights here. Everything went well and smoothly. We had to get on a short boat ride to do our game drives in a nearby island. Even these boat rides offer up some crocs, hippos, and...More
Response from Wilderness_Safaris, Public Relations Manager at Kwetsani CampResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for your wonderful review, we are delighted to see how much you enjoyed your stay with us as well as your time spent with the "world-class" Moyo. We will be sure to pass along your high praises to the entire kitch...More
My wife and I had honeymooned in Okavango, so felt it was apt to visit the swamps again for our 15th anniversary. Our assigned ranger was Moyo, who treated us like royalty from the get go. We love all wildlife, in particular birds. Jacques &...More
Response from Wilderness_Safaris, Public Relations Manager at Kwetsani CampResponded 4 October 2018
Thank you for the amazing review and for sharing this special anniversary with us. We are glad to see how much you enjoyed your adventures with Moyo and hope you will come back soon so that we can knock even more bird species...More
Had a wonderful three days at the Kwetsani camp. Great tented rooms, great food, amazing service and Moyo our outstanding guide. Saw Leopards, wild dogs, giraffes, Cape buffalo, elephants (including one in the entrance to our hotel that prevented us getting in!), baboons above our...More
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Response from WildernessSafaris, Public Relations Manager at Kwetsani CampResponded 13 August 2018
Dear Ajay C
Kwetsani is set in the most densely populated wetland area for red lechwe and sitatunga. Hippo and crocodile are regularly seen. In the dry season tsessebe, elephant, wildebeest and zebra are prevalent, with lion, cheetah and leopard often sighted. Nocturnal animals like...More
We had a wonderful time at Kwetsani. It was our honeymoon and we were fortunate enough to have stayed in the Honeymoon suite. We had elephants feeding underneath our outdoor shower on the first night—what an experience. The camp is well-appointed. The food is delicious...More
Thank James K
Response from WildernessSafaris, Public Relations Manager at Kwetsani CampResponded 2 August 2018
Dear James K,
Thank you for your wonderful review, we are glad to see Moyo and all our staff helped make it a memorable honeymoon for both of you. Kwetsani is set in the most densely populated wetland area for red lechwe and even sitatunga...More
We stayed at Kwetsani a week ago. Very warm welcome from Juan and Alzane the managers. They were good company and we spent 4 nights there.
Wonderful guide Moyo who looked after us well, we didn’t see huge volumes of game, but we had spectacular...More
Response from WildernessSafaris, Public Relations Manager at Kwetsani CampResponded 17 July 2018
Thank you for your wonderful review and high praises for our fabulous Moyo. Moyo is a great asset to Kwetsani and has been working in and around the Jao concession for almost 20 years now. He will be delighted to hear your kind...More
Response from Wilderness_Safaris | Property representative |
Thank you tijana165 for your question. While both camps are beautiful and we couldn’t personally choose one over the other – the real difference you will need to look at is what you are hoping to see while on... More
Thank you tijana165 for your question. While both camps are beautiful and we couldn’t personally choose one over the other – the real difference you will need to look at is what you are hoping to see while on safari.
Kwetsani has a more luxurious and intimate camp experience being a ten bedded/ five tented camp with very large rooms, while Tubu is slightly bigger with eighteen beds/ eight tents including one family unit which is perfect if you are travelling with children.
Additionally if you want a purely game experience then Tubu Tree (located on Hunda Island) would be the better option, but if the camp experience is also important then Kwetsani is perfect. Game drives are done from Kwetsani to Hunda, However, in December it will take longer for Kwetsani to drive across to Hunda - it can take approx. 45 minutes to reach Hunda using the bridge, but if the road over the bridge is not passable due to high water levels/muddy roads, then it can take up to an hour and a half.
We hope this has been helpful, and please let us know if you have any more questions. Additionally, you can have a look at more of the specifics on the Wilderness Safaris website.
Response from Martin K | Property representative |
The use of hairdryers is unfortunately not possible in the guest rooms due to power constraints. The camp operates on a Generator / Inverter system as it is located in a remote part of the Okavango Delta with... More
The use of hairdryers is unfortunately not possible in the guest rooms due to power constraints. The camp operates on a Generator / Inverter system as it is located in a remote part of the Okavango Delta with no access to the mains grid power system.
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"All accommodation the same apart from Honeymoon Suite"