Tendaba Camp, Kwinella
Originally built in the 1970s as a hunting camp, Tendaba now attracts more people wielding
binoculars than rifles! The camp is located oppposite the Baobolong Wetlands - a Ramsar
site of international importance for birds. A boat trip through the mangrove creeks may
uncover such species as Blue-Breasted Kingfisher, Pel's Fishing Owl or the elusive African
Accommodation is basic but clean and you will have an en-suite shower & WC. The restaurant food is good and
true to their logo, bush pig frequently features on the menu.
Driving here can be a struggle given the poor condition of the south bank road.
Fortunately, our Discover the River itineraries take the
scenic route: a 2 hour drive from the coast to Bintang - one hour of good roads & one hour of bad
- before you join the Safari Queen for a relaxing 3 hour boat trip to Tendaba with hopefully some
good sightings of bottlenose dolphins and osprey fishing in the river.
- Great location on the river
- Convenient half-way stop between the coast and Bird Safari Camp
- Salt water riverine habitat - mangroves, savanah & rice fields
- Swimming pool
- Close to BaoBolong Wetland Reserve and Kiang West National Park
- Included as part of your Discover the River itinerary on full-board basis
- No single supplements
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