Selinda Camp is situated in the Selinda Private Reserve which protects 1,350km² of northern Botswana, including the Selinda Spillway: a vital ancient watercourse (now flowing again) that links the Okavango River with the Linyanti Swamps. Here you will find game-rich floodplains and the famous Zibalianja Lagoon. Partly owned by renowned filmmakers Dereck and Beverly Joubert, Selinda has been fully renovated and rebuilt in the last few years, bringing a new level of luxury to its beautiful and varied location.
Our view of Selinda Camp
Expert Africa has been visiting Selinda Reserve and Selinda Camp since the mid-1990s, and it has long been a favourite of ours. In the last few years, we’ve seen major changes here, and – whilst we were sad to see a reasonably priced camp in Botswana become much more expensive – the service and experience which Selinda offers remains undiminished and the quality of the camp is undeniable. That said, game sightings in the rainy season can be hit and miss, and while the guiding on our most recent visit was good, it was a little uninspiring.
Rooms at Selinda Camp
Selinda Camp: Traveller ratings
Selinda Camp has recently been refurbished...