Kwando Concession

Kwando Concession

The Kwando Concession situated in Northern Botswana is one of the biggest private untamed life concessions in Botswana. Spread over about four thousand square kilometres, the Kwando Concession lies on the northern edge of Botswana flanking Namibia over the Kwando River.

With the winding Kwando River as one of its limits, the landscape is overwhelmed by tremendous fields with dissipated palms and tree islands sponsored by lush savannahs.

This extraordinary ecological system is home to a wide assortment of Africa’s game, for example, zebra, wildebeest, impala, giraffe and tsessebe and furthermore gives haven to lechwe, waterbuck and the modest sitatunga.

Amid the drier months when transitory creatures join the occupant populace at its neighbourhood water sources in the Kwando Concessions, you will most presumably observe the famed wild dogs on the vast fields of Kwando. Other untamed life you can encounter is lion, leopard, cheetah, giraffe, diverse buck and also numerous others on diversion drives.

The Kwando River is an enticement for elephants and buffaloes groups, more than one thousand in number, frequently assemble here in the dry months i.e., from July to October.

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How to get

Airways is the only mode of transportation to Kwando Concession.

Things To Do

You can do an array of activities at the Kwando Concession such as

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