Kwando Lagoon Camp

Kwando Lagoon Camp

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Overview

Kwando Lagoon Camp is a tented safari camp located in the Kwando Concession, Botswana’s largest private wildlife reserve. Featuring only eight traditionally-styled tents overlooking the waterway, Kwando Lagoon provides an intimate stay and personalised service.

Activities include game drives in open game viewing vehicles (the afternoon drive incorporates a night drive), boating on the river and walking with a professional guide. Guests here can enjoy the benefits of exclusive access to a remote wilderness where lion, elephant, buffalo, leopard, cheetah, wild dog and sable are regularly sighted, and bird life is abundant.

Highlights

  • Located on the banks of the Kwando River in a private concession
  • Exceptional wildlife viewing, with large herds passing through
  • Explore by boat cruises on the Kwando Lagoon
  • Famous for its excellent wild dog sightings
  • Large & spacious tents, including a family unit
  • All-inclusive safari rate

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Activities

  • Boat excursions
  • Fishing
  • Game drives
  • Guided walks
  • Night drives
  • Guided walking safaris
  • Private game-drives
  • Bird watching
Small intimate camp located right in the north of Botswana on a private concession - great combination camp not only offering excellent game viewing opportunities by game drive but also water based activities.
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Rooms

Standard Tent

Eight Meru-style tents are spaciously set out under ebony and marula trees on the banks of the Kwando Lagoon.

Each tent comprises a bedroom furnished in Rhodesian teak with a reed-enclosed en suite bathroom that features double basins, a flush toilet, and an outdoor shower.

Facilities

The central, thatched recreational area comprises a lounge, bar and dining area where you can relax between game drives.

Escape the heat of the afternoon with a refreshing dip in the swimming pool.

Dining

Mealtimes at Kwando Lagoon are scheduled to suit your safari outings and are enjoyed in the communal dining area.

Enjoy a light breakfast before your morning activity, and return to camp for a hearty brunch. High tea is served in the afternoon, and in the evening, you can dine on a lavish 3-course meal.

General facilities

  • Bar
  • Swimming Pool
  • Children's Club

Amenities

  • En-suite shower only
  • Outdoor shower
  • Outdoor area

Rates

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Dates Board Price
2018-11-01 — 2018-11-30 Fully Inclusive Plus (Meals, Beverages & Extras) $920
2018-12-01 — 2019-03-31 Fully Inclusive Plus (Meals, Beverages & Extras) $660
2019-04-01 — 2019-06-30 Fully Inclusive Plus (Meals, Beverages & Extras) $945
2019-07-01 — 2019-10-31 Fully Inclusive Plus (Meals, Beverages & Extras) $1,350
2019-11-01 — 2019-11-30 Fully Inclusive Plus (Meals, Beverages & Extras) $945
2019-12-01 — 2020-03-31 Fully Inclusive Plus (Meals, Beverages & Extras) $690

Our rates are per person sharing unless we note differently. Please treat all pricing as a guide only:

  • All rates are subject to availability and may change without notice.
  • Single supplements may apply.
  • Request a quote or speak to one of our African Safari Experts for the best, most current rates available.
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Traveller Reviews

Kwando Lagoon Camp
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Greg Small

Exceeded expectations. Lovely large private "suite", directly overlooking the river. Delicious lunch. After relax in the small plunge pool by the river’s edge and watch the abundant wildlife, birds and reptiles go by and /or nap. Guides were very kno wledgeable, friendly, helpful and professional. The camp staff were delightful. Evening meals were delicious with each night different. The food was top quality. Location is beautiful. All this is nice, but the key criteria was the wildlife: the animal and bird sightings were outstanding.
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David Matthews

We saw wild dogs chasing an impala, which happily escaped, before they in turn were charged by an elephant into whose path they had intruded. We also had an extended and clear off-piste sighting of a leopard, and during one of our afternoon rest peri ods had an elephant a metre or so from our hut. Never in our previous three safaris had we ever even seen a snake - this time we saw three of the best, a cape cobra, a black mamba and a boomslang, all close too. We were also blessed by guides and trackers who were informative, helpful and friendly, as indeed were all the staff. At both camps we were impressed by standards of care and cleanliness, and by the quality of the food.
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Leanne South

We finished our trip in Botswana. It’s hard to believe that only a week ago it was my birthday (thank you for the birthday wishes!) and we were in the Delta. It feels a world away. We loved both camps, Kwara and Kwando Lagoon. We saw amazing wild life, the highlight was seeing wild dogs on almost every game drive, and large packs of 28 in Kwara and 21 in Lagoon. As we had gone to these camps specifically to see the dogs it was so great to see them. We also saw several which we hadn’t seen properly in the wild before. On the morning of my birthday we did a Mokoro trip in the Delta which was so relaxing and peaceful. And the boat trips at both camps were fantastic. So overall a totally amazing and unforgettable experience. Thank you so much for helping to organise this for us and put it all together, you did an amazing job.
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Donna Watson

"Our safari trip to Lagoon and Kwara was excellent thank you! We saw all of the big 5, fantastic"
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Cynthia Porter

"Camp is well run by Lesso. A noticeable change from Nxai Pan. Food was excellent. Lebala is more noted for birds and hippos. Sunsets were magnificent. Elephants and hippos walked through the camp at night (and sometimes during the day also)"
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Valda & Frank Pitman

Everything happened as expected. We had wonderful experiences from the time we left our big cases at OR Tambo airport, to arriving back 7 days later. We loved the lion walk, bought a video, and were almost at the Botswana border before we realised we hadn't picked it up from the hotel. It was a beautiful natural camp along a stream.
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