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 western boundary of Chobe National Park. Like its adjacent sister camp, Linyanti Ebony, it offers comfortable tented accommodation in the traditional style of early explorer camps. The two are usually operated separately, but with their adjacent locations they can be combined for larger groups. ***STOP PRESS*** In September 2015 we were advised that due to very low water levels boat activities have been suspended. Mokoros are however still operating. Boat activities should resume later in the year but contact us for more details.
Our view of Linyanti Bush Camp
Linyanti Bush Camp will suit safari enthusiasts looking for an authentic tented camp offering understated comfort and an emphasis on adventure. Intimate and relaxed, it offers warm, homely service with varied activities and usually first-rate guiding. 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: Traveller ratings
Linyanti Bush Camp is a simple, traditional tented camp.