Kwando Lebala Camp

The Large luxury tents of Lebala Camp consist of private decks and views over the Kwando Concession as hippos frolic in the nearby waters.

About Kwando Lebala Camp, Okavango Delta

About Kwando Lebala Camp, Okavango Delta

Kwando Lebala Camp has eight tents raised on teak decking with en-suite facilities and sun decks for lazy afternoons. Another excellent area for game viewng being located in the private Kwando concession.         

Each of the eight luxury safari tents have en-suite facilities with an outside shower, twin wash basins and a Victorian ball-and-claw bathtub. Kwando Lebala also features a plunge pool, game viewing hide and warming fire place.

The emphasis at this camp is on game viewing, taking a maximum of six guests per vehicle, with a guide and tracker. Guests can be assured of an exclusive experience as they undertake game drives in the private Kwando Concession.

 

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Lodge Details

Style

A small, secluded camp with luxurious tents.

Setting

Kwando Lebala Camp is set within game-rich wetlands and the floodplains of the Kwando Reserve; this camp is known for its seemingly unending vistas.

Accommodation & Facilities

Each of the eight luxury safari tents are situated on a raised deck, and  feature a spacious bedroom and elegant en-suite bathroom; Victorian-style claw-feet bathtubs, twin basins, dressing areas and outside showers with hot water on demand adorn each en-suite. A family room is also available, which comes with an extra bedroom and shared bathroom.

Facilities at Kwando Lebala Camp include a plunge pool, lounge, bar, game viewing hide and fireplace.

Dining

Food served at Kwando Lebala Camp is excellent and includes breakfast before your first game drive, brunch, a buffet lunch and a very substantial dinner – usually consisting of three courses. Excellent group meals are served in the camp’s communal dining area, with after-dinner coffee and night caps taken beside the campfire.

Activities

Game drives operate in open 4x4 vehicles for a maximum of six people, each with a driver/guide and tracker. Seasonal game walks are also on offer.

Child Policy

Children over the age of 6 are welcome at Kwando Lebala Camp. Those over the age of 18 are considered adults and are permitted to stay at the camp unaccompanied. If you wish to bring children under the age of 6, it is required to book the camp out exclusively.

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