The river brings Okavango Delta overflow through Meno A Kwena to Lake Xau and the Makgadikgadi Saltpans on the edge of Central Kalahari Game Reserve. This natural phenomenon occurs on a 40 year cycle when we experience higher than average rainfall in the region.
The impact of higher than average water levels in the Okavango Delta causes a mass exodus of wildlife from the inundated floodplains to the fringe edges including – Khwai, Selinda, Mababe, Savute, Santawani and Boteti Rivers. It is estimated these conditions will persist for another two to three decades.
Meno a Kwena Safari Camp rests on ancient calcrete cliffs overlooking the Boteti River that seeps into the Kalahari. Witness the natural phenomenon of Southern Africa’s largest Zebra migration and exceptional diversity of wildlife right in front of your tent.
The camp offers 8 luxury safari tents and is a mere 1.5 hr road transfer from Maun. Apart from the wildlife theatre in front of camp, a variety of activities are offered including: nature walks with San Bushmen, boat cruise, photographic floating hide, game drives in Makgadikgadi & additional experiential trips to Nxai Pan National Parks and Salt Pan sleep-outs under the stars