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Our stay here was an amazing experience. We were very fortunate to stay two nights at this beautiful camp. The staff is wonderful and friendly. The food was delicious for every single meal. The landscape surrounding the camp itself was tranquil.
Words cannot express how...More
Response from WildernessSafaris, Manager at Kwetsani CampResponded 6 September 2015
Although you say that words cannot express how much you enjoyed your stay at Kwetsani, we are thrilled with the comments you have shared! Thank you for letting us know how much you enjoyed all aspects of your visit to this truly beautiful...More
This camp is quite different from others one visits in southern Africa. When one is picked up at the landing strip, the trip to the camp is by boat through the Okavango Delta using water trails opened by hippos. Arriving at the camp itself, one...More
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Response from WildernessSafaris, Manager at Kwetsani CampResponded 31 August 2015
Thank you for your amazing review and beautiful feedback, we are overjoyed to see what a memorable stay you had with us and how much you enjoyed your adventures on both land and water.
Located in the centre of the Jao Concession, Kwetsani...More
The recently renovated "tents" at Kwetsani are wonderful - large and comfortable with a great view over the plain and a large deck - from which you can watch game including elephant walking past and see the sunset. There is an inside toilet and shower...More
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Response from WildernessSafaris, Manager at Kwetsani CampResponded 24 August 2015
Dear David T,
Thank you for your wonderful review, we are delighted to hear of your adventures with Meshak and will be sure to pass along your kind words to Dan, Charmaine and all the staff in camp. Kwetsani Camp is set in the most...More
Kwetsani: Classic/ Premier? Kwetsani is nicely located and has a nice view. it has nice modern amenities while still keeping the lodge feel. On my educational trip i managed to visit Kwestani. It has been renovated and looks like a premier camps. Very friendly staff...More
Response from WildernessSafaris, Manager at Kwetsani CampResponded 21 August 2015
Thank you for the wonderful review, we are delighted to hear how much you enjoyed your time with us as well as the recently completed renovations.
The fully-refurbished Kwetsani has opened – and what a beautiful camp this is! The rooms are very...More
We had a most marvelous three days at the camp, which is really quite luxurious, including air conditioning, magnificent views, lots of privacy for each room that is actually a gigantic tent in a tree. The food was delicious and special meals were prepared for...More
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Response from WildernessSafaris, Manager at Kwetsani CampResponded 12 August 2015
Thank you Eileen E, for your fantastic review, we are delighted to hear how much you enjoyed your stay with us and will be sure to pass along your praises to both Dan and Charmaine.
As you were undoubtedly told during your stay, Kwetsani has...More
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US$737 - US$1,099 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Response from WildernessSafaris | Property representative |
Thank you tijana165 for your question. While both camps are beautiful and we couldn’t personally choose one over the other – the real difference you will need to look at is what you are hoping to see while on... More
Thank you tijana165 for your question. While both camps are beautiful and we couldn’t personally choose one over the other – the real difference you will need to look at is what you are hoping to see while on safari.
Kwetsani has a more luxurious and intimate camp experience being a ten bedded/ five tented camp with very large rooms, while Tubu is slightly bigger with eighteen beds/ eight tents including one family unit which is perfect if you are travelling with children.
Additionally if you want a purely game experience then Tubu Tree (located on Hunda Island) would be the better option, but if the camp experience is also important then Kwetsani is perfect. Game drives are done from Kwetsani to Hunda, However, in December it will take longer for Kwetsani to drive across to Hunda - it can take approx. 45 minutes to reach Hunda using the bridge, but if the road over the bridge is not passable due to high water levels/muddy roads, then it can take up to an hour and a half.
We hope this has been helpful, and please let us know if you have any more questions. Additionally, you can have a look at more of the specifics on the Wilderness Safaris website.
Response from Martin K | Property representative |
The use of hairdryers is unfortunately not possible in the guest rooms due to power constraints. The camp operates on a Generator / Inverter system as it is located in a remote part of the Okavango Delta with... More
The use of hairdryers is unfortunately not possible in the guest rooms due to power constraints. The camp operates on a Generator / Inverter system as it is located in a remote part of the Okavango Delta with no access to the mains grid power system.