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Kwetsani Camp

Palm, Mangosteen and Fig trees are scattered all around the broad and protracted island upon which Kwetsani Camp is built. The island is densely wooded, refreshing and dusky. The camp itself is isolated and unsettled. 

 Kwetsani Camp is propped up on stilts underneath a shadowed canopy. Guests can stay in five immense tree-house chalets; they are built under thatch roofs using wood, glass and a bit of canvas.

Kwetsani Camp has a view of the cavernous floodplain frequented by Lechwe and Wildebeest. Guests may choose to relax quietly in their rooms, lie in the comfortable pool or spot animals by the camp front. All of Okavango’s large predators make an appearance.

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Highlights & Activities

Guests that wish to be adventurous may try their hand at mokoroing. Some of the more serene activities include walking on palm-fringed islands and game drives during the day and night. High flood water levels restrict night drives to one hour around the camp island. While the Okavango annual floods are at an all-time high, boats are used to get guests around the area and to transport them to the islands which game viewing vehicles are located on. 


  • En-suite facilities, indoor & outdoor showers
  • All chalets have verandas overlooking the flood plains with spectacular view
  • Fans in all chalets
  • Soaps, shampoos and insect repellents are supplied in each chalet
  • Land game drives in open 4 x 4 Land Rovers
  • In times of high water guests are transferred by boat to game drive areas.
  • Night drives with spotlight
  • Private vehicles available on request
  • Walking safaris can be offered from camp on a request basis.
  • Mokoro excursions (a traditional dug-out canoe)
  • Boating in the waterways to the west of camp
  • Fishing on catch and release basis, basic rods and reels supplied by camp but fly fishing equipment to be supplied by guest.
  • A raised hide located about 40 minutes from camp (which can be used for sleep outs – maximum 4 people at a time, has a long drop loo)


  • All accommodation
  • All meals
  • All local drinks – premium imports at additional cost
  • Scheduled activities
  • Air transfers (if booked as part of a package)


  • Visas
  • Travel insurance
  • Flights
  • Gratuities
  • Curios
  • Nightly rates exclude air transfers

Laundry Policy: Laundry is done on a daily basis and inclusive in the nightly tariff with the exception of “smalls” i.e. underwear, which are not washed due to local customs.

Drinks Policy: All drinks are included in the nightly tariff, with the exception of premium wines & champagne, and premium liqueurs & spirits.

Access: By air into Jao airstrip

Flying Times: to/from Maun 35 minutes, to/from Kasane 1 hr 25 minutes, Kasane to Victoria Falls 20 minutes