This camp can accommodate 10 guests with tour leader or a group of 12 guests.
Number of chalets:
Six tents in total consisting of:
• 4 x ¾ twin bedded tents
• 1 king-size-bedded tent
• 1 guide tent (same standard as guest tent).
• Luxury tree-house canvas cottage 4 - 6 metres off ground.
• En-suite facilities, indoor and outdoor showers.
• Glass-fronted canvas chalets with a glass door entrance.
• All chalets have verandas overlooking the floodplains with spectacular view.
• Fans in all chalets.
• Rooms under thatch.
• Soaps, shampoos and insect repellent are supplied.
• Safe in each chalet.
Kwetsani Camp Activities:
50% game drives and 50% water activities (but very much dependant on flood levels). In the summer months, activities tend more towards game drives, whereas in the winter months, mainly water-based activities are offered.
• Land game drives in 3 x 10-seater open 4 x 4 Land Rovers each accommodating maximum seven guests, allowing all guests an outside seat. In times of high water guests are transferred by boat to game drive areas.
• The camp has a supply of bean bags for guests to use to steady their camera while on game drive.
• Night drives with spotlight.
• Private vehicles available on request.
• 5 x 2-seater mokoros (traditional dug-out canoes) – in summer, guests are driven to the water to do their mokoro activity.
• Boating in the waterways to the west of camp.
• Fishing – on a catch and release basis year round except January and February when fishing is barred by law for breeding. We offer spinner rods and a small range of lures. Fly fishing equipment to be supplied by guest if required.
• A raised hide located 20 minutes from camp (which can be used for sleep outs – maximum 4 people at a time; equipped with a long drop loo).
Suggested Daily Activity Schedule
05h00/06h00 Wake up call. Light continental breakfast consisting of cereals, tea/coffee/juices and pastries served in the dining area.
05h30/06h30 Depart on morning activity, returning to camp at approximately 10h00.
10h00/11h00 Brunch consisting of a selection of breakfast and lunch dishes.
From now until afternoon tea, guests are at leisure.
16h00/15h00 Afternoon tea consisting of a selection of sweet and savoury snacks.
16h30/15h30 Depart on afternoon game viewing activity – drinks and snacks served for sundowners during the course of the activity.
19h30/19h00 Return to camp (later if good game sightings).
20h00/19h30 Pre-dinner drinks and snacks served at the bar.
20h30/20h00 Three-course dinner – generally speaking the starter and dessert is served, whilst the main course is buffet style.
Kwetsani Camp Map:
Jacana Camp is a true water camp, becoming a small island surrounded by flooded plains when the Okavango Delta is at its peak flooding each year from April to October
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