Lebala Camp

Lebala Camp: Information from the owner

All the information on this page is supplied to us directly from the lodge owner and reflects their view, not ours.
For Expert Africa's view, see our own report, which contains our own observations and views.

Type Safari Lodge
Last updated 4-Jun-2014

Main description of Lebala Camp

Lebala means ‘wide open spaces’, and the elegant Lebala Camp is located in 2,320 kms2 of private unfenced wilderness area in the Kwando Reserve in the Okavango Delta’s grasslands. Set amongst vast plains scattered with Illala Palms, Lebala Camp offers superb wildlife sightings, with elephant, hippo, giraffe, lion and buffalo all plentiful. Spotlights switched on at night give guests a glimpse of elusive nocturnal species, including leopard. A staff of 22 caters to the guests’ needs, and Lebala Camp has a swimming pool and a game viewing hide on site. The wetlands and flood plains around Lebala offer a wonderful variety of wildlife with excellent sightings of elephant, hippo, lechwe, zebra, giraffe, impala, wildebeest, kudu, tsessebe, roan, sable, buffalo and the ever present predators; wild dog, lion, cheetah and hyena. After dark, spotlights are switched on and the game drives expose our guests to nocturnal sightings of rare and elusive species such as, leopard, Selous Mongoose, small spotted genet, and aardwolf, to name a few. Nocturnal bird species that are encountered include Natal Nightjar, Pennantwinged Nightjar and a large variety of owls.

Lebala Camp: Facilities

Room facilities Deck, Fan, Outside Shower, Safe, Shower
Activities on site (some activities may be seasonal) Game Drives, Safaris, Walks

Room types at Lebala Camp



There are eight spacious, luxurious tents set on raised teak sundecks and featuring an entrance foyer, large bedroom and living area. The ensuite bathrooms at Lebala Camp have Victorian style clawfoot bathtubs, dual washbasins and flush toilets and lead out to reed-enclosed, double open-air showers. Excellent food is served in the thatched, open-sided dining room and guests can take coffee or a nightcap around the camp fire.