Little Kwara Camp is located within one of the largest (almost half a million acres) private concession areas in all of Botswana, and it is also one of the richest for wildlife. The area is very diverse including permanent waters of the Okavango Delta, wide open plains, mopane woodlands, and palm islands. Kwara is part of the legendary Kwando Camps, known for their hard core dedication for game viewing. Kwara concession is particularly rich in predators and this area has been one of the most productive for cheetah, leopard, and lion sightings. For a couple years now a coalition of three cheetah brothers have been frequently sighted, and there is an amazing coalition of seven male lions associated with the seven sisters pride.
Little Kwara Camp is situated in a treed forest grove on the edge of the permanent waters of the Okavango Delta. This camp opened in 2007 and is an intimate five-tent camp. The tents are spacious, and are elevated on wooden decks each with its own private veranda. Each tent has ensuite facilities comprising bathroom with a bath tub and an inside/outside shower.
- Separate bath and outdoor shower
- Borders Moremi Game Reserve
- Guide and Tracker Team
- Boat cruises and Mokoro
- Off Road and Night Drives
Little Kwara Camp Reviews
A.H., traveled in March 2015
Comments: Little Kwara was very nice. Guides were extremely well informed and were able to communicate with us well. The wildlife we saw was beyond my expectations given that we were there in March. We had a fantastic experience. The food was very, very good!
L.P., traveled in November 2014
Comments: The choice of properties was perfect. I am impressed with the training and the amount of knowledge each guide has about the flora, fauna, history and more plus everyone was so friendly and accommodating. It was definitely a trip-of-a-lifetime. We had unique animal encounters at Little Kwara with the highlights being watching a cheetah stalk and driving along with it.
guides were extremely well informed and were able to communicate with us well.