Sandwiched by the Selinda Concession to the west, Linyanti Concession and Chobe National Park to the east and on the border of the Caprivi Strip in Namibia across the Kwando River, the Kwando Concession enjoys a privileged location in the 2,320 square kilometres of unfenced wilderness home to a wide variety of fascinating wildlife. Beside its eastern boundary, the river, is a narrow belt of riverine forest. In the south this opens out into some large tree islands and open floodplains teeming with healthy biodiversity.
Why the Kwando Concession?
The Kwando Concession enjoys an abundance of wildlife with strong populations of buffalo, elephant, migratory zebra, Sable antelope, kudu, lechwe, impala, lion, leopard, giraffe, hyena, hippo amongst many others. A large variety of birds also flock to river banks and flood plains during the rainy season.