Kwando River in a private concession in the Kwando-Linyanti area.
Kwando Lagoon is situated in the remote far north of Botswana on the 2,320 square kilometer Kwando concession. Lagoon lies amongst tall and ancient African Ebony and Marula trees on the banks of a permanent lagoon formed by the meandering Kwando River
Kwando is a wild reserve and attracts superb big game, especially during Botswana's dry season. Kwando Lagoon is one of the best areas to see the predators including lions, leopards, cheetahs and wild dogs.
The main lodge at Kwando Lagoon is large and relaxed. The lounge area houses a small library which offers a selection of natural history books. A large shady deck is dotted with chairs and tables and this overlooks the water channel. Early morning breakfast is served around the fire in the boma area and this location is also popular for enjoying a few drinks after dinner. There is an open thatched restaurant, a well-stocked bar, and curio shop. Guests can cool off in the camp's plunge pool, or just relax on the sun-beds situated around the pool. Lagoon has generator power.
Kwando Lagoon accommodates sixteen guests in eight luxury safari-style tents. Each tent looks out over the water and has private en-suite facilities, including 24 hour hot and cold running water, open-air showers, flush toilets and modern amenities. Hippo and elephants are regularly sighted from the private verandahs of the tents.