The upmarket Selinda Camp is situated in the 1,350km 2 Selinda Reserve in northern Botswana, which incorporates game-rich floodplains, the Zibalianja Lagoon and the Selinda Spillway. There’s long been a camp here and its focus has always been big game safaris in the dry country of the Spillway. Now it’s part-owned by famous photographers, and so has a strong accent on the art of photography.
Our view of Selinda Camp
We know Selinda well, and it’s long been one of our favourites. Game sightings in the rainy season can be hit or miss, but they improve substantially as the dry season progresses – a pattern that’s followed by most Botswana camps, although it’s probably more marked in the Selinda Reserve, and the wider Kwando-Linyanti area. The camp’s quality, service levels and food are all currently high – and the guiding is currently excellent. Hence Selinda continues to be one of our favourites that we’re happy to recommend.
Rooms at Selinda Camp
Selinda Camp: Traveller ratings
Selinda Camp is situated in the Selinda Concession in the far north of Botswana.