Lodges & safari camps in Kwando-Linyanti area
The Kwando Concession is currently the largest private wildlife reserve in Botswana, covering 2,320km² of unfenced wilderness ...More about Lagoon Camp
The comparative grandeur of Lagoon Camp came as something of a shock after Footsteps across the Delta. The enormous rooms are beautifully situated by the water, but seemed ... reviews...
In the extreme north of Botswana, Lebala Camp stands in the immense private Kwando Reserve, a vast and largely dry wildlife area ...More about Lebala Camp
Once again my modest requests for a particular tent and guide were not met, but Charles did come up with an explanation regarding the tent mix up which was acceptable. Moeti ... reviews...
Selinda Camp is situated in the Selinda Private Reserve which protects 1,350km² of northern Botswana, including the Selinda Spillway: ...More about Selinda Camp
This was our second stay at Selinda and we were not disappointed. The camp itself is lovely and the staff are fantastic. They seemed the most genuine and friendly staff ... reviews...
Originally opened around 2000, the tented DumaTau Camp was re-built at the beginning of 2012, not far from the original camp, ...More about DumaTau
Wonderful place. Service great; food (way too) plentiful; land rover trips excellent. Having said that (and it's in no way Expert's or Duma Tau's or Wilderness&... reviews...
Linyanti Bush Camp
On the edge of the Linyanti Marshes, Linyanti Bush Camp stands in a private reserve known as the Chobe Enclave, bordering the ...More about Linyanti Bush Camp
Saw pretty much everything we had hoped for, with some particularly memorable lion and wild dog experiences. Excellent location. Guide Foster excellent, with good sense ... reviews...
Savuti Camp is about 30km due west of the Savuti Marsh, and the famous Savuti area of Chobe National Park. It stands in the private ...More about Savuti Camp
Savuti was the fourth and last stop on my 11 day safari in Botswana and I thought it would be impossible to have it top the other lodges. But it did. It was overall, the ... reviews...
Zarafa Camp (formerly called Zibadianja) was completely relocated and rebuilt in 2008. Accommodating just eight guests, it is ...More about Zarafa Camp
Amaizing service in overall. You feel at home. The food is also gorgeous, thanks for the chef for being so inventive! reviews...
Kings Pool Camp overlooks a picturesque oxbow lagoon on the Linyanti River. It’s classed by its owners as a ‘premier’ camp, implying ...More about Kings Pool
As the original airstrip is no longer accessible it was a long drive to the camp with very little game in sight. The camp is in a lovely setting but felt our room was a bit OTT... reviews...
Saile Tented Camp
Saile Tented Camp is an intimate safari camp with only four tents. The camp is located in a remote private concession in the ...More about Saile Tented Camp
This is exactly the type of camp that we like - small, personal. simple rustic bushcamp in a lovely setting. We were very well looked after by Dennis and his team. The ... reviews...
Motswiri Camp is situated on the banks of the Selinda Spillway in the far western corner of the Selinda Reserve, yet with a landscape ...More about Motswiri Camp
Motswiri is different to the other camps we stayed at, and feels very relaxed. Where other camps state that everything is tailored to you, Motswiri actually means it! Very ... reviews...
Selinda Canoe Trail
The Selinda Canoe Trail runs along the Selinda Spillway (also known as the Magwegqana Spillway), located in the 1,350km² Selinda ...More about Selinda Canoe Trail
The canoe trail was cancelled because of low water but we decided to spend 5 days at Selinda nonetheless. Fortunately we were able to do three sessions of paddling on part ... reviews...
Footsteps across the Linyanti
Footsteps Across the Linyanti is a mobile tented camping experience within Chobe Enclave, a private reserve that borders the western boundary of Chobe National Park – it is run by the team who run the Linyanti Bush Camp. Chobe Enclave offers a good diversity of wildlife. The flooded marshland ...More about Footsteps across Linyanti
Surrounded by 485km2 of private reserve in northern Botswana, Kala Bushcamp offers walking and horseriding safaris in an attractive setting beneath riparian woodland, overlooking a ‘false spillway’ off the ephemeral Selinda Spillway. Open only during Botswana’s dry season (April to December), the ...More about Kala Bushcamp
Set within the private Chobe Enclave on the edge of the Linyanti Marshes, Linyanti Ebony is a small, intimate camp with comfortable but traditional tented accommodation. Although operated independently, it sits side by side with its slightly larger sibling, Linyanti Bush Camp, and the two can be ...More about Linyanti Ebony
Selinda Explorers Camp
On the banks of the Selinda Spillway Selinda Explorers Camp is the most recent addition to the Selinda Reserve, having opened in August 2012. In style, it very like a classic mobile camp, although it is in fact permanent. Unusually for northern Botswana, Selinda Explorer’s Camp must be booked for ...More about Selinda Explorers Camp