Discover the exquisite, untouched wilderness of the Xudum concession found in a secluded corner of the Okavango Delta. Tucked away on the Matsebi river system, Mokolwane enjoys uninterrupted views across open flood plains, Mokolwane palms, and waterhole.
As the only camp for miles, Mokolwane is the perfect place to embrace stillness and rest. Admire the greater concession on morning and evening game drives and enjoy the varying ecosystems and diverse wildlife. Back at camp, and the comfort of your private deck, take a moment to appreciate the safari giants on your doorstep as hoards of elephants make their way to the waterhole. The concession also enjoys the third highest density of leopard in Africa just waiting to be spotted as well as an endless array of aviary species; a twitcher’s paradise.
Mokolwane’s intimate setup lends itself perfectly to exclusive use, but also welcomes couples and families on their own adventure. Discover 200,000 hectares of open grasslands, lagoons, and mopane forests filled with African wild cats, giraffe, zebra, antelopes, aardwolf, and wild dogs to name a few. With such a vast space filled with wildlife wonder and action, it’s almost no surprise that National Geographic and Netflix filmmaker Brad Bestelink chose to base himself here.