• Location: Botswana, Linyanti
  • Type of Accommodation: Tented Camp
  • Comfort Level: Comfortable


Kwando Lebala Camp is situated in the southern region of the Kwando Concession in northern Botswana. Balancing understated elegance and an authentic safari feel, Kwando Lebala is an intimate tented camp offering personalised and friendly service.

Meaning ‘wide-open plains’ in Tswana, the camp is located near vast plains and wooded savannah, and offers regular sightings of predators, elephant, lion, wild dog, leopard and cheetah as well as wildebeest and waterbuck. Explore this wilderness on game drives and seasonal walks with your trained and knowledgeable guide. Other activities include fishing and boating excursions.


  • Situated in the private Kwando concession
  • Beautiful vast plans and wooded savannahs
  • A comfortable and intimate tented safari camp
  • Large elephant & predator populations
  • Relaxed and casual ambience

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Relax between game-viewing activities; relax at the bar with a cool drink or at the pool where you can enjoy a refreshing swim.

There is also a curio shop where you can purchase gifts and souvenirs to take back home.

General Facilities

    Swimming Pool


An early light breakfast is served in the open-air communal dining room before the morning’s game drive, followed by a buffet-style brunch on return.

Afternoon teas comprise a selection of hot and cold meals, while a 3-course dinner ends each day on a hearty note.

Standard Tent

Kwando Lebala Camp comprises 8 spacious safari tents designed with contemporary African accessories and furnished in Rhodesian teak.

Set on raised stilts with private decks, the tented suites have uninterrupted views of the surrounding plains and wetlands. The en suite bathrooms feature deluxe claw-foot baths and outdoor showers.

Standard Tent AMENITIES

    En-suite bath only
    Mosquito net
    Outdoor shower
    Outdoor area


  • Game drives
  • Guided walks
  • Mokoro trails
  • Night drives
  • dates rates from board basis
  • 01 Jul 2017 - 31 Oct 2017 $1305 Fully Inclusive Plus
  • 01 Nov 2017 - 30 Nov 2017 $875 Fully Inclusive Plus
  • 01 Dec 2017 - 31 Mar 2018 $645 Fully Inclusive Plus
  • 01 Apr 2018 - 30 Jun 2018 $920 Fully Inclusive Plus
  • 01 Jul 2018 - 31 Oct 2018 $1345 Fully Inclusive Plus
  • 01 Nov 2018 - 30 Nov 2018 $920 Fully Inclusive Plus
  • 01 Dec 2018 - 31 Mar 2019 $665 Fully Inclusive Plus

Our rates are per person sharing unless we note differently.

Please note, additional room types are also available. Family Tent,Luxury Tent Request a quote for rate detail

Please treat all pricing as a guide only:

  • All rates are subject to availability and may change without notice
  • Single supplements may apply
  • Rates may be different for different room types
  • The most competitive rates for accommodation are available in our tailored packages

Request a quote or speak to one of our African Safari Experts for the best, most current rates available.

Traveller Reviews

  • Common areas looked very nice but other than this, it was not noticeably different to Kwara. Although fine, I think it was getting a little tired and maybe needs refreshing. Food was noticeably better and staff were so very happy and friendly. Game drives were OK – the sheer size means you spend a lot of timing getting anywhere whereas Kwara it all felt closer. Had a very good guide (Bate- who was very good at explaining everything). Game wise, there was lots of quantity of the main animals (more zebras and buffalos than we expected) and also many big herds of everything as opposed to Kwando where they were smaller groups but less cat viewing than we expected.

    Hendrin Walsh, September 2014
  • At Kwando Lebala we saw a great amount of game with a very good guide. Again accommodation, food and hospitality were good.

    Maxine Dilley, June 2014
  • I suppose the best for us was at the Kwando concession, Lebala Camp; only in so much as we saw so much wildlife. Leopard sleeping off his meal up a tree and following a pack of wild dogs as they set off hunting.

    Carrie Ahern, March 2012
  • Lebala Camp is beautiful as were the levels of service etc. My only slight disappointment was that the game viewing there was not great. Not sure why as it was not flooded like Stanley's but I guess that was the luck of the draw. I met many guests who went to Chobe (Chilwero) and saw hordes of elephants, even wild dogs etc. I still enjoyed everything about Lebala and we met some wonderful people there. The camp obviously has no control over what the guests end up seeing game wise.

    Heeten Desai, July 2011
  • I am pleased that we decided to take your advise and go to Lebala, it was simply amazing, and Victoria Falls. Well what else can I say, it was 'overwhelming'. We saw a huge amount of game, and we can both appreciate why people return to Africa/Botswana etc, year on year.

    Robert Kennerley, March 2010
  • The game viewing was astonishing. We saw pretty much everything except for the leopard (more on that later). We saw cheetah several times, lions, more elephant than you could possibly count, giraffe, hyena, wild dogs (and their 3 week old puppies), hippos, crocodile, wildebeest, warthog, ostrich, buffalo, zebra, lots of different types of antelope and lots of birds. Their new tents were nice, but they were still quite hot during the heat of the day. This place was definitely focused on the game viewing and was not as focused on service (a different feel than Sussi & Chuma and Xigera Camp), but the game viewing should be the highlight so that was OK. Also, the airstrip they were using was a 2 1/2 hour drive away, which made things more difficult logistically. But all in all, an incredible experience.

    Daniel Wilson, October 2008

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I suppose the best for us was at the Kwando concession, Lebala Camp; only in so much as we saw so much wildlife. Leopard sleeping off his meal up a tree and following a pack of wild dogs as they set off hunting.

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