Meno a Kwena
Meno a Kwena is an understated rustic lodge perched on a clifftop overlooking the Boteti River and offering a diverse range of activities. The Lodge exudes old world, classic safari style. Each of the 10 tents has an enviable view of the Boteti River allowing guests to watch Southern Africa’s largest zebra and wildebeest migration concentrates at the river during the dry season. Meals are cooked over the camp fire and down time spent in the pool or loungers.
Guests can immerse themselves in the silence and solitude of the Makgadigadi salt pans with our sleep out (dry season only), watch the bustle of river-seeking herds from land or water, or oversee phenomenal wildlife sightings within the Park. The iconic local bushmen tribe bestow their knowledge of flora and fauna in a fascinating cultural exchange during walks from camp. With its easy access from Maun, this is a perfect camp for those on a self-drive itinerary, travelling with children or as part of a group.
- Communal Dining
- Eco Friendly
- Laundry Service (Complimentary)
- Private Vehicle Available
All of the 6 twin tents include 2 x queen sized beds, with views over the Boteti River, into the Makgadikgadi National Park. These tents can accommodation 2 adults and 2 children and along with the indoor ensuite, each has its own private outdoor shower, fan as well as veranda with a day bed and…
The 2 King tents made up of 1 x king sized bed offers views over the Boteti River, into the Makgadikgadi National Park. Along with the indoor ensuite, each has its own private outdoor shower, fan as well as veranda with a day bed and seating area Max: 2 Adults Children of all ages welcome
There are 2 Family tents consisting of 2 adjacent tents, each with views over the Boteti River, into the Makgadikgadi National Park. Along with the indoor ensuite, each has its own private outdoor shower, fan as well as veranda with a day bed and seating area. One is able to accommodate a family of 5…
Number of Rooms: 10
- Balcony / Deck
- Detached Private Bathroom
- Dressing Gowns
- Electrical Outlets
- Laundry Service (Complimentary)
- Outside Shower
- Tea / Coffee
Small families of Bushman from the Ju! Hoansi clan village of Xai Xai on the Botswana/Namibia border of the Kalahari Desert come to Meno a Kwena to share their knowledge of one of the last great nomadic tribes. This immensely interesting walking and cultural experience gives you an insight into their hunter/gatherer way of life…
The floating hide is an additional activity that enhances the wildlife viewing opportunities right in front of camp. The hide offers you a new perspective to the wildlife activity in and around the river.
Depending on the height of the Boteti River, you can take a 2 hour cruise along the river spotting many interesting birds that are nesting in the banks as well as a closer view of any mega fauna that is at the waters edge. Game drives into the National Park include a short boat transfer…
Our Pans sleep out requires a minimum 3 night stay and a minimum 2 guests. You will depart Meno a Kwena after breakfast following your first night’s stay and drive to the edge of the salt pans for a picnic lunch (approximately 3-4 hours drive). Following an open-air siesta you continue to your campsite in…
Departing camp shortly after breakfast you can enjoy a full day of game viewing within the Makgadikgadi National Park. After a 90 min transfer to the Park gates, you will spend the day searching for the Park’s plethora of species. Lunch and tea is taken in picturesque locations along the bank of the Boteti River…