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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.
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Kwara is unique in that it's great for game viewing year round. Being located so close to Moremi Game Reserve means that visitors have easy access to the reserve's roads for fantastic game drives, including mesmerising night drives.
Kwara is privately owned, so you are able to venture off the concession's roads tracking predators and other animals for closer and more intimate views. For those who would like to explore the delta the more traditional way by mokoro (dugout canoes that are poled through the water), exciting excursions into the swamp are also on offer, where the calming power of the delta can take full effect.
If you are a birder, the flood months between June and September are the best time to see some of the specials such as wattled crane and Pel's fishing-owl.
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