|GUEST POLICY||South African residents only|
|TRAVEL DATES||01 April 2022 – 05 January 2023|
|STAY||Any day of the week|
|INCLUDED|| Return flights from Johannesburg to Maun, Cape Town departures available and subject to supplement of R5,500.00 per person
3 nights accommodation at Kwetsani Okavango Delta
Return light aircraft transfers between Maun and the camp
Fully inclusive accommodation
All meals and all local beverages
Twice daily scheduled safari activities
All local taxes and fees
|EXCLUDED|| Premium beverages
Gratuities and items of personal nature
|SPECIAL NOTES||Prices are per person sharing, include discounts, and are subject to availability and rate of exchange changes|
Revel in all the Okavango Delta has to offer, with both land- and water-based game viewing. Explore the wetlands by boat or traditional mokoro, where hippos and crocs dwell, where red lechwes and rare sitatungas leap across the channels.
Elephants, lions, cheetahs, leopards, wildebeest, tsessebe, and zebras abound. On night drives, water levels permitting, you might spot genets, servals, aardwolves, porcupines, and bushbabies. Among the rich and varied bird life, look for Pel’s fishing-owls, slaty egrets, wattled cranes, African skimmers, and probably many other ‘lifers’.
See the Delta in all its splendour from the air, as you helicopter over its serpentine waters.
Located in the centre of the Okavango Delta’s stunning Jao Reserve, Kwetsani rests on an elongated island covered with palm, mangosteen, and fig trees. The surrounding floodplains are home to a number of ‘Delta specials’ – species found in few other places on Earth.
Kwetsani’s five luxurious, en-suite ‘treehouse’ rooms – beautifully crafted in canvas, wood, and glass, each with a stylishly furnished bedroom and lounge – offer expansive views over the floodplains. The raised dining room, lounge, bar, and spacious outside terraces also have sweeping vistas, and catch the breezes off the water. A plunge pool edged with loungers invites sunny afternoon siestas.