The northern region of Botswana is one of the best in Africa for wildlife observation. The Kwando Reserve stretches from the upper Okavango Delta to the Kwando River region. Eastwards, it reaches as far as the Savuti and Chobe National Park.
Kwando Safaris have the exclusive rights for vast 2,230 square kilometres designated as the Kwando Concession. There are only two camps in the concession: the Lebala Camp and its neighbour the Kwara Camp.
Lebala means “wide open spaces” in the indigenous read more »
The accommodation at the Lebala Camp consists of eight spacious and luxurious tents, which all feature an intriguing design. Each is set on an elevated teak deck.
The entrance area also serves as a read more »
The wetlands and floodplains around Lebala provide an environment rich with diverse wildlife. The region is well know for its elephants, hippos, lechwe antelopes, zebras, giraffes, impalas, gnus, tsessebes, read more »