Kwetsani Camp is located in the private Jao Reserve. From its vantage point on an island heavily wooded with Palm, Mangosteen and Fig trees, the camp overlooks one of the most spectacular floodplains of the Okavango Delta, Botswana.
The 250 000 acre concession is comprised of a superb variety of habitats, which include permanent waterways and lagoons, open flood plains and thick Kalahari soils. It is noted for its predators with a high concentration of Lions, as well as Leopard and Cheetah.
Kwetsani Camp rests on stilts beneath the shady canopy overlooking the Okavango Delta flood plains. The water levels around the island change each year, depending on the magnitude of the annual floods from central Africa.
Access is only by aircraft and the airfield is about 35 minutes from camp. During the height of the Okavango's floods (from about May to about September) you can usually only access the camp by boat from the Jao airstrip. During the rest of the year you drive to camp.