Of course, the featured activities at Kwara are the daily and nightly game drives led by a professional guide and a tracker. But there may be nothing more awe-inspiring than observing wild animals while on a unique walking safari. The watery terrain is perfect for both mokoro, a traditional dug-out canoe adventure and motorboat cruises enjoying the spectacular birds, shy antelope, majestic elephant, hippo, and crocodiles living here. Fishing in the lagoon and river channels is a unique experience. There are several tilapia species (including the olive bream or nembwe, red breasted tilapia, purple faced largemouth, and three spot tilapia), catfish, African pike, and the mighty tiger fish.
The main area at camp houses a curio shop, a sitting area, a bar, and a thatched dining area covered by tents and built on slightly raised wooden decks with open sides affording incredible views of the lagoon. The lounge was constructed around the trunks of Leadwood and mangosteen trees, and the bar itself was fashioned from an old tree trunk. As an added bonus, the camp has a small plunge pool with a deck and sun loungers. Meals at Kwara Camp are generally served buffet style. A light breakfast is enjoyed around the campfire with a more wholesome brunch served after the morning game drive. Dinner usually happens after the afternoon/evening game drive.