A small and relaxed luxury tented camp with safari style tents.
Kwando Lagoon Camp lies on the shady banks of northern Botswana’s Kwando River, within sight of a resident hippo pod in the 232,000ha private Kwando Concession.
Accommodation & Facilities
With a laid back ambience, this fantastic camp is made up of eight luxury safari-style thatched tents, set on raised platforms on the banks of a Kwando River lagoon. Each twin-bedded tent has a spacious bedroom area with a private deck and views across the lagoon. The bathrooms have an open shower, double wash basin and toilet and have spectacular panoramic views, even from the bath tub.
The main area has a very relaxed feel and includes a small library and a shady deck overlooking the water, equipped with tables and chairs for guests to while away the afternoons. The open thatched restaurant includes a well stocked bar.
Kwando Lagoon Camp also features a refreshing plunge pool with views over the lagoon, lounge, curio shop and dining room.
Food at Kwando lagoon is excellent and includes breakfast before your first game drive, brunch, a buffet lunch and a very substantial dinner – usually consisting of three courses.
Kwando Lagoon Camp takes a relaxed approach. There is no set times for drives to finish, and the opportunity to go off track means that game-viewing is often action-packed and exhilarating.
The lodge offers night and day game drives, so guests can watch the wildlife whilst watching the sun set. Vehicles have just 2 rows of vehicles so there are no problems hearing the guide or tracker that accompany you. Kwando Lagoon also runs a double decker boat, so there is the opportunity for some fantastic cruises and sundowners whilst watching the hippos wallow in the crystal waters. As well as this there is the option of nature walks and fishing (fly and spin) for African Pike, Tiger fish and the sharp tooth cat fish!
No children are allowed under the age of 8 unless you book the entire camp out. For children between 8 and 12, private vehicles must be booked. The camp is open with a deep water channel so children must be supervised at all times.