The Kwando Concession is currently the largest private wildlife reserve in Botswana, covering 2,320km² of unfenced wilderness in the far north of the country. Only two camps share this vast reserve, Lagoon Camp to the north and its sister camp, Lebala, to the south. Most of its western side consists of dense mopane and silver terminalia woodland, but Lagoon Camp sits shaded by trees on the banks of the Kwando River, where a band of lush riverine forest is interspersed with open plains.
Our view of Lagoon Camp
Lagoon Camp’s attractive riverside setting, lovely accommodation and generally excellent game viewing have made it a popular choice for many of our travellers. Unforgettable wild dog sightings are often the highlight and the experienced guides and hardy open-roofed vehicles do well keeping up when a pack is hunting. Be prepared for an exhilarating and bumpy ride when in pursuit! This is a great camp for those with a sense of adventure who love being in the wilderness, without having to give up most creature comforts.
Lagoon Camp: Traveller ratings
Lagoon Camp is spread along the bank of the Kwando River.