Zarafa Camp (formerly called Zibadianja) was completely relocated and rebuilt in 2008. It remains small, accommodating only eight guests, and is now one of Botswana's most exclusive camps. Located within the private 1,350 km² Selinda Reserve in northern Botswana, which it shares with its sister camp Selinda, Zarafa occupies a scenic island setting beside the Zibadianja Lagoon, the source of the Savute Channel.
Our view of Zarafa Camp
Zarafa has succeeded in combining luxury and adventure in an exclusive yet informal setting. The camp is beautifully designed, well run and goes the extra mile to cater for its guests wishes. If you’re looking for indulgence, great game viewing, polished guiding and service, this is the place – with a price tag to match. Though there’s a good variety of wildlife here year round, the dry season from June to October is no doubt the most optimal time to visit.
Zarafa Camp: Traveller ratings
Zarafa Camp overlooks the scenic Zibadianja Lagoon within the private Selinda Reserve.