Kwara Camp in the northern Okavango Delta reopened on September 1 after an extensive rebuild.

The new camp is on the original site, overlooking a private lagoon and is larger and more luxurious than its predecessor.

Its nine tents have been completely rebuilt. Each tent has a spacious deck overlooking the lagoon, an en-suite bathroom with indoor and outdoor showers and a bath, all with views over the floodplains. There is a ceiling fan in the room and mosquito nets around the beds.

The main area in the centre of the camp has a dining area, lounge and curio shop. Kwara also has two small pool areas at each end of the camp, each with a small bar and pool loungers.

Kwara welcomes guests of 18 years and older.

Guests can enjoy guided safari walks, day and night game drives, seasonal fishing, boat cruises and mekoro trips.

The camp has a minimum stay policy of three nights.