Located in the Jao Concession, Kwetsani Camp is nestled into the forests on an island heavily wooded with palm and fig trees of the Okavango Delta.
The Kwetsani refers to its resident rooms as “tree-house” chalets and is comprised of five tents built on wooden decks high above the ground. Beautifully-furnished in glass, wood, and canvas, each tents has a comfortable lounge and spacious bedroom. There are four twin bedded tents and one king size bedded tent available to choose from. Each tent comes complete with an en-suite bathroom with both an indoor and outdoor shower for bathing in the beauty of the landscape as well as the body.
One of the most remote camps in the world-famous Okavango Delta, it is set on an elongated island dotted with palm, fig, and mangosteen trees. The floodplains, wetlands, riverine forests, and nearby grasslands are home to everything from herds of grazing animals to the big cat predators to an incredible variety of fowl. In the dry season tsessebe, elephant, wildebeest and zebra are common visitors, with lion, cheetah and leopard not far behind. Many bird species live in the Delta, such as large concentrations of wattle crane as well as slaty egret, rosy-throated longclaw, and African skimmer.