Kwando Concession – Surrounded by landscape of wetlands, woodlands and floodplains this park is best for exclusive and fly in safaris, the park is rich in wildlife.
The park is best explored using the domesticated flights, they deliver distant yet beautiful, unexpectedly intimate encounters. Forget of swimming pools and opulent spaces in the woods. Kwando’s experience centres on a virtually private access to a large reserve and a broad range of activities; game drives, night drives, boat trips and bush walks. It’s comfortable, but it’s neither stuffy nor over – the-top. With the fusion of attractions, Kwando is becoming a magnificent reserve for those who want a special reserve with an emphasis on the nature of wildlife encounters during their second or third trip to Africa.
On the northern edge of the frontier between Botswana and Namibia across the Kwando valley, the Kwando Concession is approximately four thousand square kilometres long. With the 80 km river façade of the Kwando, the visitor can see a wide range of woodland.
During the drier months in the Kwando Concessions, as migratory animals join the local water resources of the local population, you can undoubtedly see his wild dogs, for whom the broad plain is renowned. Leopard, donkey, guet giraffe as well as many others are other animals you might encounter. The only thing that makes for a distant and wild trip is the Lagoon Camp and the Lebala Camp in the Kwando Concession. In the height of the flood, you may take a mokoro journey along the Kwando River between the scattered palm and tree islands or go for some fishing and walking safaris.
Visit Kwando Concession for your Botswana Safari.