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Selinda Explorers Camp
Selinda Explorers Camp
Selinda Explorers Camp
Selinda Explorers Camp
Selinda Explorers Camp
Selinda Explorers Camp

Selinda Explorers Camp


18°32’12.2"S 23°29’6.8"E

Selinda Explorers Camp: gallery


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Selinda Explorers Camp: picture gallery


Selinda Explorers is designed along the lines of a traditional tented camp.
The main area is made up of two tents...
...which are both open-sided and...
...is tastefully decorated with rugs and furnishings with an eastern feel, and...
... includes a bar for guests to help themselves from.
Breakfast is served under the huge ebony trees that shade the camp,...
...with lovely views out over the Selinda spillway area.
There are many sitting areas to enjoy...
...this lovely environment.
At night, the camp is very atmospheric and magically lit with paraffin lanterns.
The rooms are large, Meru-style tents...
...with plenty of room to walk around in and...
...comfortable twin or double beds.
Well appointed en-suite bathrooms include...
...open-air showers with hardwood floors provide excellent comfort outside.
...a quirky dressing area with old travelling trunks providing storage space, and
Outside your tent is a hammock with a view!
Selinda Explorers is located in a first-class area for big game, and...
is the hunting ground for one of the reserves two packs of wild dogs.
A real highlight here are the walking safaris which offer a different perspective of the bush,
...and a chance to appreciate the smaller wildlife...
...including some excellent birdlife.
Stunning elephants crossing the Selinda Spillway make for a lovely sundowner.
A mother lioness and cub of the resident Wakupa Pride.
The iconic African fish eagle.
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Selinda Explorers is designed along the lines of a traditional tented camp.
Selinda Explorers is designed along the lines of a traditional tented camp.
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The main area is made up of two tents...
The main area is made up of two tents...
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...which are both open-sided and...
...which are both open-sided and...
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...is tastefully decorated with rugs and furnishings with an eastern feel, and...
...is tastefully decorated with rugs and furnishings with an eastern feel, and...
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... includes a bar for guests to help themselves from.
... includes a bar for guests to help themselves from.
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Breakfast is served under the huge ebony trees that shade the camp,...
Breakfast is served under the huge ebony trees that shade the camp,...
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...with lovely views out over the Selinda spillway area.
...with lovely views out over the Selinda spillway area.
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There are many sitting areas to enjoy...
There are many sitting areas to enjoy...
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...this lovely environment.
...this lovely environment.
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At night, the camp is very atmospheric and magically lit with paraffin lanterns.
At night, the camp is very atmospheric and magically lit with paraffin lanterns.
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The rooms are large, Meru-style tents...
The rooms are large, Meru-style tents...
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...with plenty of room to walk around in and...
...with plenty of room to walk around in and...
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...comfortable twin or double beds.
...comfortable twin or double beds.
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Well appointed en-suite bathrooms include...
Well appointed en-suite bathrooms include...
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...open-air showers with hardwood floors provide excellent comfort outside.
...open-air showers with hardwood floors provide excellent comfort outside.
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...a quirky dressing area with old travelling trunks providing storage space, and
...a quirky dressing area with old travelling trunks providing storage space, and
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Outside your tent is a hammock with a view!
Outside your tent is a hammock with a view!
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Selinda Explorers is located in a first-class area for big game, and...
Selinda Explorers is located in a first-class area for big game, and...
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is the hunting ground for one of the reserves two packs of wild dogs.
is the hunting ground for one of the reserves two packs of wild dogs.
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A real highlight here are the walking safaris which offer a different perspective of the bush,
A real highlight here are the walking safaris which offer a different perspective of the bush,
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...and a chance to appreciate the smaller wildlife...
...and a chance to appreciate the smaller wildlife...
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...including some excellent birdlife.
...including some excellent birdlife.
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Stunning elephants crossing the Selinda Spillway make for a lovely sundowner.
Stunning elephants crossing the Selinda Spillway make for a lovely sundowner.
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A mother lioness and cub of the resident Wakupa Pride.
A mother lioness and cub of the resident Wakupa Pride.
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The iconic African fish eagle.
The iconic African fish eagle.

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