- Interleading Rooms
- Children Friendly
- Private Plunge Pool
- Private Deck
- Big Five
FROM: $ 660 PPPN Sharing | $ 925 PPPN Single Occupant
There are nine canvas safari tents each with their own en-suite bathroom with an outdoor bucket shower. The tents have clear panels which make the space light and airy and offer uninterrupted views of the Boteti River and any wildlife that comes for a drink of water. Guests can look forward to relaxing on their private veranda while soaking up the views of the incredible vistas.
WILDLIFE ON YOUR DOORSTEP
Enjoy a cup of hot coffee in the mornings while soaking in the spectacular views over the wildlife-rich river from your very own tent. Other highlights include a guided morning walk to enjoy other unique game-viewing opportunities, a thrilling game drive with a riverside picnic lunch or soak up views from the water while on a boat cruise along the river. Day trips to the Makgadikgadi Pans are a star attraction as are the guided walks with the local San bushmen. Don’t miss the spectacular sight of thousands of wildebeest and zebra making their way past the camp for the annual migration between the months of June and October.
The camp rests right on the transition zone between the dryer Kalahari and the lush Okavango Delta region. This varied terrain and diverse ecosystem creates an environment that offers the best of both worlds for game viewing safaris.
When To Go
What We Love
Meno A Kwena’s warm welcome, relaxed atmosphere, the wildlife and the team's deep knowledge and interest in the surrounding landscape and its wildlife, are a huge drawcard. The camp is well positioned to overlook the Boteti River which attracts a variety of wildlife to its banks all year round.
Where To Find Meno a Kwena Tented Camp
Immersed within the rugged beauty of the Makgadikgadi Pans National Park, Meno a Kwena is a popular destination for nature enthusiasts visiting this corner of Botswana. Overlooking the exceptionally beautiful Boteti River, the only permanent water source in the area, the well-positioned camp attracts a rich array of migratory wanderers and resident wildlife. The camp serves as a great base to explore the Makgadikgadi Pans National Park, home to ancient baobabs; and discover Nxai Pan National Park, scattered with clumps of mopane woodland and umbrella acacias.
Coordinates: -20.322625, 24.319503
Wildlife At Meno a Kwena Tented Camp