Khwai Leadwood Camp

Khwai Leadwood Camp is a luxury tented camp located in the heart of the Khwai Private Reserve in Botswana. The camp offers a unique and intimate safari experience, with just six spacious tents set amongst the tall leadwood trees of the Khwai River floodplain.

A prime location...

The tents are spacious and tastefully decorated, with comfortable beds, en-suite bathrooms, and private decks overlooking the surrounding bush. Each tent also has its own fireplace, perfect for cosy nights spent in the African wilderness.

The camp boasts several amenities, including a swimming pool, a well-stocked bar, and a dining area where guests can enjoy delicious meals prepared with locally sourced ingredients. The camp also has a spa, offering a range of massages and beauty treatments to help guests relax and unwind.

Set on the edge of an escarpment, there is little that is conventional about the creation of Angama Mara, with views that stretch as far as the eye can see across the Maasai Mara set 300 meters below.


Kenya, Maasai Mara


Setting on the Edge of the Rift Valley. Location to Maasai Mara. Style of Accommodation.

No of Rooms

30 across two camps.

Style of accommodation

Tented Suites

Child Policy

Children aged 6 years and older


  • All guided safaris into the Mara Triangle.
  • Guided walking safaris.
  • All meals and drinks (excluding French Champagne and reserve wines.
  • Laundry service.
  • All on-property guest experiences.
  • Transfers to and from Angama Mara Airfield or Kichwa Tembo Airstrip.
  • Emergency medical evacuation insurance.
  • Childminding from 18h00 to 22h00.


  • Additional guest experiences.
  • Private safari vehicles. Park fees.
  • Angama Foundation contribution. 
  • Personal Purchases. Additional road transfers and activities.
  • Gratuities.

One of the highlights of a stay at Khwai Leadwood Camp is the opportunity to go on game drives and guided walks in the surrounding reserve. The Khwai Private Reserve is home to a wealth of wildlife, including elephant, lion, leopard, buffalo, and a variety of antelope species. Guests can also spot a range of bird species, including the African fish eagle and the lilac-breasted roller.

In addition to game drives, the camp offers a range of activities, including mokoro rides (traditional canoe trips), night drives, and visits to local villages. These activities provide guests with the opportunity to learn about the culture and way of life of the local people, as well as the flora and fauna of the region.

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