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At a Glance

From USD 609 pp/pn

  • Just six tents overlooking a lagoon feed by the Khwai River

  • This camp harbours the romance of yester-year

  • Land and water-based activities available

  • 100% solar powered camp

  • Cultural experiences included

Positioned next to a stunning lagoon, which is fed by Khwai River, Khwai Tented Camp is an intimate and romantic setting for a wonderful African wilderness experience.  Meander along the river in a traditional mokoro whilst your guide points out the wildlife as you float along or take a game drive into the wilderness.

 

Khwai is a community run camp where 100% of the proceeds from tourism are used directly to help the local community vis the Khwai Community Trust.

 

Rooms

The accommodation at Khwai Tented Camp consists of just six tents.  Each tent includes a twin or king size bed and comfortable seating area.  The en-suite facilities boast indoor showers, double vanities and separate w.c.

 

You also have a private veranda with seating that looks over the stunning lagoon.

 

Facilities

The facilities on offer at Khwai Tented Camp include a traditional fire pit with seating, the perfect spot for a sundowner or pre-dinner drinks, comfortable lounge area and both indoor and outdoor dining areas.

 

A sun terrace along with a sparkling pool for cool off from the African sun are also available.

 

Activities

The Delta offers guests an opportunity to explore the wild bush of Africa in the experienced hands of highly qualified guides.  Game drives are conducted when the predators are active in propose built open game drive vehicles.  If the opportunity presents itself, we highly recommend you accompany your guide on a bush walk to experience the African bush in the most natural way possible, your guide will point out animal tracks along with the unique plant life of the Okavango Delta.

 

The perfect way to explore the waterways of the Delta is by traditional mokoro, your guide with gently steer you through this stunning setting pointing out all the wildlife along the way or visit the local community and learn how to survive the African bush.

 

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Facts

No. Rooms

6

Children

7 years and over

Childminding

No

Twin Beds

Available

Triples

No

Private Pool

No