Kwara Camp

Okavango Delta Botswana

Name: Mrs. Sandra Phipkin

Date of trip: 15/03/2015

Number of people: 2

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Yes Kwara is faded but that doesn\'t matter, it blends in with the surroundings and is well laid out. The food was very good with good variety. The tents are very comfortable and it is quite an experience to hear a lion roaring the other side of the canvas... One night we had to go by 4x4 to the dining tent even though it was only 100m as the lions were about!! We felt the staff were somewhat jaded which matched with a lack of attention to detail. For example - and these are small things but these are expensive camps - broken light, toilet seat falling off, only a cold tap on one sink which sprayed .. On our last Sundowner my special low alcohol beer had been forgotten so I had to go dry - hmmm. The guides were good but seemed more comfortable chasing game even though we saw more when we took our time and watched birds as well. Ther last morning ended on a high when we had a canoe ride round the lake and saw the Painted Reed Frogs. Well worth staying here in spite of our reservations, it just needs a bit more focus on quality control and getting things right.

Name: Iain Balch

Date of trip: 22/02/2015

Number of people: 2

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Compared to the other Kwando lodges, Kwara is looking a little tired but is clean and comfortable and after all we were there for the game viewing which was wonderful. Had especially good sightings of lion cubs.

Name: Mrs. Jennifer Cox

Date of trip: 12/03/2014

Number of people: 2

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Client Rating for Botswana 5/5 from 120 reviews

Kwara has a stunning position and now it's been refurbished (2019) it's once again a high-quality camp with top-notch guiding that is hard to beat.