A unique section of the Okavango Delta just outside Moremi Game Reserve, this concession is filled with herds of plains game such as impala, tsessebe, zebra and wildebeest grazing on the open floodplains.
This stunning reserve on the southern tip of the Okavango Delta is a little drier than the rest of the region, with open grassland, savanna and mopane thickets alongside the wildlife-rich floodplains.
Because of the density of general game, Kwara has many predators, so the chances of finding big prides of lion and the odd leopard are high. African wild dogs also have a strong presence here, and cheetahs can be seen in the drier northern parts of the reserve.
On safari in Africa, you can see a wide variety of animals. South Africa alone is famed for its national parks and big game, with over 297 species of mammal to choose from. Africa’s Big Five, includes leopards, elephants, buffalo, lions and rhinoceros and these animals can usually be seen at any of Africa’s iconic safari destinations. There are also 23 different antelope species to see, including waterbuck, wildebeest, impala, red lechwe, kudu, wildebeest, and others. Other animals you might see on an African safari include Baboon, Wild Dog, Hippo, Giraffe, Warthog, Zebra, Hyena, Jackal, Crocodile, Cheetah and much more.