Meno a Kwena is ideally located in full view of exciting wildlife activity at the river, in front of camp. Southern Africa’s largest zebra and wildebeest migration concentrates at the river during the dry season (May to November). The large dry season concentrations occur along the Boteti River, and then migrate to the saltpans, their wet season breeding grounds (December to April).
Located on the western boundary of Makgadikgadi Pans National Park (MPNP), situated on tribal land overlooking the exceptionally scenic Boteti River, now flowing since 2008. Easy access from Maun, just an hour and 40 minute drive.
There are direct flights to Maun from Cape Town and Johannesburg. Fly to Maun and transfer by road to Meno a Kwena – we depart the airport for camp at 14H00 and depart camp for the airport at 10H00. An hour and 40 minute road transfer on a good tarred road – the last 5 kilometres on a gravel road. Self drive options are also available.
Meno a Kwena is open all year round.
Green Season: January – March
Shoulder Season: April – June & November – December
High Season: July – October
Dining area, lounge and public rest room, bar, library, swimming pool and a floating hide.
7 twin tents (with 2 queen beds) and 2 double tents with king beds, fully en-suite with an indoor and outdoor shower. Solar powered with great lighting and international charging facilities. Spacious tents with your deck overlooking the Boteti River.
Meno a Kwena creates good, wholesome food and all meals are prepared on an open fire.
All meals, daily activities, local drinks and return Maun Airport road transfers at our scheduled times are included. Premium brand beverages, discretionary tips/gratuities, items of a personal nature and personal travel insurance are excluded.
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