Deep in the Khwai Private Reserve, Skybeds offers a truly unique way of experiencing the African bush
Khwai Skybeds are a unique concept providing an excellent way to experience the African bush from four meter high semi-thatched hides, allowing guests the opportunity to sleep under the stars with just a mosquito net separating them from the wild.
Situated within the 200 000 hectare Khwai Private Reserve these hides are just 70 metres from a waterhole with the ground hide a mere ten metres from the waterhole, which attracts a variety of game including elephant, buffalo, roan, kudu and giraffe, allowing unsurpassed sightings from your bed. Smaller nocturnal species include porcupines, bushbabies, genets, jackals and honey badgers.
The hides at Skybeds are three-storey raised platforms, comfortably rustic they provide everything you need in the bush with fully enclosed bathrooms under each hide and private changing areas. Wholesome meals are cooked on the campfire and are served under the stars.
Activities include both morning and afternoon game drives which include sun-downers and game walks. Species frequently seen include lion, leopard, wild dog, kudu, waterbuck, red lechwe, eland, impala, roan, buffalo and warthog.
Khwai Skybeds is often combined with
Khwai Concession, northern Okavango Delta
Having opened in April 2017 Sable Alley is situated in the Khwai Concession within a 200,000 hectare private wildlife reserve bordering the Moremi Game Reserve. The concession is operated as a joint venture partnership with the Khwai Community Trust ensuring that local people benefit from tourism whilst protecting this sensitive environment.
Game activities include both morning and afternoon game drives, within the concession as well as along the Khwai River, mokoro and walking safaris. Night drives provide a glimpse into the lives of nocturnal species such as leopards, porcupines and honey badgers. The camp’s outfitter, Natural Selections operate innovative Skybeds overlooking a waterhole which can be combined with Sable Alley. Boating is offered when water levels permit.