Wilderness Experience Kwapa Camp

Botswana

The camp during your bushcraft course

During the seven days of your wilderness adventure you will enjoy Botswana´s stunning nature and experience the beauty of the private nature reserve south of the Okavango Delta that camp Kwapa is situated in. Every year the Okavango River floods wide areas of the Kalahari Desert and transforms the dry region into an oasis of lush vegetation and unique biodiversity. The region gives visitors the opportunity to observe the manifold fauna and to spot the “Big Five” as well as other animals like cheetahs, wild dogs, rhinos, hippos, giraffes, zebras, wart hogs or impalas. On an area of about 20,000 km² the Okavango River transforms the desert into an exceptional landscape with several lagoons, lakes and swamps. Besides those aqueous habitats also savanna, mopane forests as well as grass-, swamp- and marshlands dominate the landscape of the region.

Camp Camp Kwapa Details

Geographical facts

Geographical facts

Camp Kwapa is situated in a private nature reserve in the vicinity of the Qwapa River in Botswana´s North West District. Located south of the Okavango Delta, which was appointed the 1,000th UNESCO world cultural heritage in 2014, the camp lies within the subtropical zone of Africa. The camp is perfect for spotting and observing the diverse wildlife and the stunning nature. On various game walks and drives you will get to know the African bush as well as the variety in landscape, flora and fauna.


Arrival

Arrival

Airport: Maun

Meeting Point: In general every Saturday at 2 pm (courses go from Saturday to Saturday); pick up is opposite the Maun International Airport


Your life in the camp

Your life in the camp

Electricity: In general there is no electricity available in the camp, but there is a generator that can be used to charge batteries and also solar lamps are available.

Drinking water: The water in the camp is drinkable (filtered water from the Qwapa River). Besides that you can buy bottled water as well as other beverages in the camp.

There is no Internet available in the camp and also the reception for mobile phones is very weak. For emergencies there is a satellite telephone available and the camp is also equipped with a radio to contact the office. You should bring enough cash if you plan to buy beverages in the camp.

Meals and beverages

Meals and beverages

During the seven days of your course you will be served three meals a day. If you have special dietary wishes or needs (allergies, special diet), please let us know early enough so the team can prepare for it.

In the camp you have the choice between water, coffee and tea. Besides that you can also buy the usual soft drinks during your stay that you pay for in cash. If you have special wishes or want to drink alcohol you need to give notice ahead, to make sure they have it once you arrive.


On site-support

On-site support

In the week of your bushcraft course an experienced guide will teach you and your team the basics of every safari-guides training and certain survival skills that are essential in the African bush.


Vehicles

Vehicles

During the week of your course you will get to know the African Bush on several game walks and game drives in an ATV (four‑wheel drive). Depending on the season and the water level you will also go on excursions with a motorboat or the mokoro, a traditional dug-out canoe.

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