Little Kwara Camp is situated on an island on the edge of the permanent waters of the world renowned Okavango Delta. The concession shares a common boundary with Moremi Game Reserve and there is abundant wildlife to be seen here.
There are just 5 tents set amongst the trees, making this a peaceful and intimate camp. The tents are spacious, and are elevated into the tree canopy on wooden decks each with its own private veranda. Each tent has its own en-suite facilities comprising bathroom with bath and an inside/outside shower. This is an ideal camp for exclusive use by small groups and families. There is a swimming pool where guests can relax and cool off.
Activities available here include mokoro trips year round, double deck boat cruises, island walks as well and game drives both off road and at night. Fishing is also offered on request, using normal reel and rod fishing. Fly fishing enthusiasts need to bring their own equipment. The spectacular scenery with scattered herds of plains game and the ever- attendant predators helps to enhance your safari. Due to the labyrinth of waterways, islands, seasonal flood plains and bush, Little Kwara is always interesting and varied.
Open: Little Kwara is open all year.
Location: Little Kwara is in the private Kwara Concession bordering Moremi Game Reserve in the Okavango Delta. The camp is about a 15 minute drive from Kwara airstrip.
Rooms: The camp has just 5 guest tents, all with en-suite bathroom with bathtub, his and hers hand basins, a separate toilet cubicle and an outdoor shower. You'll find a range of toiletries. Each tent has an indoor sitting area and sliding doors which open onto a private, covered deck. There is plenty of storage with a large wardrobe with hanging space and shelves.
Activities: The camp offers 5 activities year round: game drives including night drives, motorboat safaris, mokoro rides, guided walks and fishing (spinning equipment provided but you'll need to take your own fly fishing equipment).
Facilities: The central area comprises the lounge and bar, with comfy sofas and chairs. The dining room is next door, though meals are often served outside. From both rooms you'll have views of the surrounding scenery. There's a firepit and a plunge pool with a sunbathing deck. The camp has a curio shop.
Dining: Meals are eaten communally as a group, in the dining tent and al fresco. Breakfast, lunch and tea are buffets and dinner is a 3-course meal.
Children: Children aged 6 years and over are welcome. Families with children between the ages of 6 and 12 need to book private activities at an extra cost.
Health: This is a malarial area.
Communication: There is no mobile reception or internet access. The camp communicates with head office in Maun via radio.
A varied safari taking in prime game locations and staying in top-of-the-range accommodation
Amazing accommodation & guiding, coupled with the chance of some of the best wild dog sightings in the world. It's too good to resist.
"A lovely small camp with a really nice feel. Our guide (Tom) was incredible and with the help of the spotter, Mike, gave us wonderful experiences with animals and birds that included cheetah and leopard. We also loved the boat ride."