Kwetsani Camp, with its five elevated tree house like tents, is situated on an island in the Okavango Delta. This island with its palms, mangosteen and fig trees is one of the most remote in the Okavango Delta and provides access to the wildlife of the game rich Jao Concession.
With en-suite bathrooms and outdoor showers, Kwetsani Camp’s tents provide an excellent view of the Okavango Delta’s flood plains and their diverse wildlife.
A thatched roof shades the main dining and lounge area, leading onto an expansive deck which, like the tents, overlooks the game rich flood plains. The swimming pool is connected to the main area by an elevated walkway.
Kwetsani Camp is able to offer excellent land and water activities. These are tailored according to the annual inundation levels and guests are able to view wildlife by mokoro or on outstanding day and night game drives. Game drives are conducted on Hundu Island during the flood season.
Outstanding birding conditions exist on the Jao Concession; the offering of both water and land activities provides an excellent opportunity to add to your list of sightings. Notable species include the rare wattled crane, slaty egrets, rosy-throated longclaws, Pel’s fishing-owls and African skimmers.