Khwai Guest House
  • Khwai Guest House near Moremi in Botswana
  • Safari lodge accommodation at Khwai Guest House
  • Khwai Guest House for a Moremi safari
  • Safari in Moremi at Khwai Guest House
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  • Budget safari Moremi at Khwai Guest House
  • Affordable safari accommodation at Khwai Guest House

Khwai Guest House

Lodge style Simple and affordable

Comfortable chalets close to bustling Khwai village

Khwai Guest house is located within the traditional village of Khwai, on the edge of the famed Moremi in Botswana. The guest house offer simple and affordable safari accommodation close to one of Africa's iconic wildlife highlights. Khwai Guest House is easily accessible when discovering Botswana on a self-drive safari, or when travelling from Maun by airplane.

The accommodation comprises of six en-suite room, all boasting a styling African feel with welcoming modern touches. Khwai Guest House is a wonderful place to unwind and relax between exciting safari adventures in the wildlife-rich areas of the Khwai Concession and Moremi Game Reserve. Each bungalow is en-suite (with open-air showers) and includes a fan and safe for your convenience.

Activities at Khwai Guest House

Activities are not included when staying on half board basis (only breakfast and dinner included). However, it also possible to stay on a fully inclusive basis, please see rates on the right hand side. Alternatively, you are able either do your own activities or book some activities “à la carte” with the Khwai Guest House team: game drives the Khwai concession or Moremi Game Reserve, traditional mokoro excursions on a channel bordering the game reserve, night drives, or cultural tour and encounter of the Khwai community.

Tripadvisor comments Khwai Guest House

We stayed here as the lodge we were due to stay in was full. The camp is at the lower level budget wise but the game drives and guides are top - especially Ninja! We saw a leopard on the morning drive. The rooms are small but clean and the „outside“ shower is decorated with lots of originality. The meals are set menus but were always good and delicious. You eat at a communal table which might not be to everyone‘s liking but it‘s a great way to meet new interesting people. Go on the mokoro trip - it‘s animal and bird viewing from a completely new angle and so very peaceful.

from Luxembourg City

We stayed 2 nights here and really enjoyed everything about it. It is not a luxury lodge, but the rooms are comfortable and clean and the food although quite basic is more than acceptable. The absolute highlight though are the game drives. We did 2 drives with Jeremy as our guide. He asked what we particularly wanted to see, to which I replied, the cats and wild dogs. He didn't disappoint us. On the night drive Jeremy found a mother leopard with her cub, as well as 2 wild cats and a hyena with cubs. The next morning we found a pack of wild dogs and later we saw a huge herd of elephants. Fantastic. We definitely hope to return in the not too distant future.

from Warwickshire