Kwara Camp is located in a 1,700 square kilometre private concession in a permanent water area in the remote northern Delta. This pristine and unspoilt wilderness has a variety of habitats ranging from reed and papyrus lined waterways, to rolling grasslands and ancient forests. Kwara is home to an astounding array of animal and bird life, including lion, hyena, leopard, cheetah and wild dog. Elephant, buffalo and zebra abound and the rare sable antelope is also frequently seen.
The camp is situated overlooking a lagoon. Accommodation is in luxury East African style tents all built on raised teak platforms, with en suite facilities. The intimate dining and lounge area is under thatch and has been built around a large shade tree, also overlooking the lagoon.