Lebala Camp



Hidden in the southern part of the 232,000 hectares of Kwando’s wilderness is the Lebala camp.

The Chobe National Park is bordered to the north by the Chobe River bed, which rises in the mountains of northern Angola. Upstream, it is called Kwando River, then Linyanti, to take the name of Chobe from Ngoma. Like the Okavango and the Zambezi, the course of this river bed has been affected by the fracture line of the Great Rift Valley. The region is famous for the importance of its herds of elephants and buffaloes. During the winter months (dry season), herds can reach several hundred individuals, not counting giraffes, warthogs and many antelope species. The river is home to hippos and crocodiles, easy to observe during safaris, as well as predators such as lions, hyenas …

Lebala camp contains 16 beds in 8 luxury tents built on teak platforms in Zimbabwe. Each tent consists of a spacious bedroom, a bathroom with a Victorian-style bath and double vanity, an outdoor shower room with reeds, a clothing area and a side entrance to preserve your privacy. privacy