The Khwai Concession is the eastern-most branch of the Okavango Delta and is a mutual blending of water and forested islands, joined by thousands of waterways that alter each with the flood.
The acacia-lined Khwai River itself is the sole source of water for miles around, and is frequented by a spectacular array of game. This is the raptor capital of Botswana: bateleur, tawny, martial and brown snake eagles line the river bank alongside lanner falcons, not only to drink in this isolated stretch of water, but also to feed on millions of quelea which flock to the river to quench their thirst. Lion, leopard, cheetah, wild dog and hyena are commonly sighted at Khwai.
Your Seasonal Khwai Shared Mobile Tented Camp will be set up prior to your arrival. Tea, coffee, snacks and a well-stocked bar await you. Having settled into your spacious, insect-proof tent, enjoy a hot shower. Relax around the campfire and listen to the sounds of the African night.
"We stayed at three different tented camps (Khwai Tented Camp in Botswana, Somalisa in Hwange National Park, and Rukomechi in Mana Pools). All three were very nice and we would definitely recommend any of them. As before, Somalisa was our favorite - just the right combination of comfort, a "real" bush camp experience, plus small enough that you could interact with other guests and large enough to have other guests. Also, the meals at Somalisa were particularly good."
"I was a bit surprised at first of the camping experience we had, but I wouldn't have had it any other way. We had such an "up close and personal" experience with the wildlife. I love the use of solar power at the Khwai Camp. "