Linyanti Bush Camp and Linyanti Ebony
Linyanti Bush Camp and its newer counterpart, Linyanti Ebony, stand side by side on the edge of the Linyanti Marshes in a private reserve known as the 'Chobe Enclave' – bordering the western boundary of Chobe National Park. They’re alike; offering comfortable tented accommodation in the traditional style of early explorer camps. Usually operated separately, Bush Camp’s six tented rooms and Ebony’s four can combine for larger groups. The area’s mix of wet and dry terrain attracts a variety of wildlife, including big-game species and large herds of elephant and buffalo from May to October. Since the Linyanti River refilled the marshes in 2008, activities include mokoro and boat trips as well as game-drives and walks.
Our view of Linyanti Bush Camp and Linyanti Ebony
Linyanti Bush Camp and Linyanti Ebony will suit safari enthusiasts looking for an authentic tented camp offering understated comfort and an emphasis on adventure. Both are intimate and relaxed with warm, homely service. Activities are varied and the guiding usually first rate. There’s wildlife here year round but densities increase greatly in the dry season (May to October) when transient game congregates around the permanent waters of the Linyanti River.
Linyanti Bush Camp and Linyanti Ebony : Traveller ratings
Linyanti Bush Camp is a simple, stylish camp.