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Linyanti Ebony Camp

PLAN MY TRIP

Situated along the banks of the Linyanti Marsh, Linyanti Ebony Camp provides an authentic safari experience with all the creature comforts of home.

Linyanti Ebony Camp is an intimate camp built in the traditional style of the early explorer’s camps. Overlooking the banks of the Linyanti marshes, it stands side by side with its sister camp, Linyanti Bush Camp. Accommodation consist of four luxury tents built on an elevated wooden deck and includes one spacious family tent. These large tents are decorated in neutral tones complimenting its natural surroundings and have wood floors. Each tent includes a comfortable bedroom, living area, and an elegant en-suite bathroom with a flushing toilet and a shower. An outdoor patio at the front provides great views over the surrounding swamps.

The camp is ideally set in the beautiful Linyanti floodplains. The Linyanti swamps are one of the most attractive areas in the Chobe Enclave, and attract diverse species year-round since they are the only source of water during the drier months. Known for its dense populations of elephant and buffalo that congregate in vast numbers during the dry season of May to October, the area also attracts a variety of plains game including giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, eland, sable, roan, red lechwe, and the rare and elusive Sitatunga antelope. Major predators in the area include lion, hyena, wild dog, cheetah, and leopard.

Twice daily game drives are conducted in 4×4 vehicles and led by expert guides. Night drives are also allowed following such nocturnal creatures as aardvark, civet, and leopard. Guided walks lead by qualified and passionate guides who share their knowledge and love of the bush. Depending on the level of the yearly floods, boating trips may be available on the Linyanti as well as fishing. Another exciting way to explore the waterways is a mokoro trip on a traditional dug-out canoe steered by long poles down the waterways where hippo and crocodile can be found in the marshes. The Linyanti swamps are a bird-watcher’s paradise.

The main dining and lounge area is filled with cozy armchairs, and a small pool beckons during the heat of the day. As with other bush camps, the day’s activities determine the time and make-up of the meals. The day usually starts with an early light breakfast, followed by a more substantial brunch and light lunch. Afternoon tea is served before the afternoon/evening drive, and a delicious three-course dinner is standard.

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Botswana

Linyanti Ebony Camp

PLAN MY TRIP

Situated along the banks of the Linyanti Marsh, Linyanti Ebony Camp provides an authentic safari experience with all the creature comforts of home.

Linyanti Ebony Camp is an intimate camp built in the traditional style of the early explorer’s camps. Overlooking the banks of the Linyanti marshes, it stands side by side with its sister camp, Linyanti Bush Camp. Accommodation consist of four luxury tents built on an elevated wooden deck and includes one spacious family tent. These large tents are decorated in neutral tones complimenting its natural surroundings and have wood floors. Each tent includes a comfortable bedroom, living area, and an elegant en-suite bathroom with a flushing toilet and a shower. An outdoor patio at the front provides great views over the surrounding swamps.

The camp is ideally set in the beautiful Linyanti floodplains. The Linyanti swamps are one of the most attractive areas in the Chobe Enclave, and attract diverse species year-round since they are the only source of water during the drier months. Known for its dense populations of elephant and buffalo that congregate in vast numbers during the dry season of May to October, the area also attracts a variety of plains game including giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, eland, sable, roan, red lechwe, and the rare and elusive Sitatunga antelope. Major predators in the area include lion, hyena, wild dog, cheetah, and leopard.

Twice daily game drives are conducted in 4×4 vehicles and led by expert guides. Night drives are also allowed following such nocturnal creatures as aardvark, civet, and leopard. Guided walks lead by qualified and passionate guides who share their knowledge and love of the bush. Depending on the level of the yearly floods, boating trips may be available on the Linyanti as well as fishing. Another exciting way to explore the waterways is a mokoro trip on a traditional dug-out canoe steered by long poles down the waterways where hippo and crocodile can be found in the marshes. The Linyanti swamps are a bird-watcher’s paradise.

The main dining and lounge area is filled with cozy armchairs, and a small pool beckons during the heat of the day. As with other bush camps, the day’s activities determine the time and make-up of the meals. The day usually starts with an early light breakfast, followed by a more substantial brunch and light lunch. Afternoon tea is served before the afternoon/evening drive, and a delicious three-course dinner is standard.

Coming soon!

Safari Camps
Points of Interest
Hotels & Resorts

Coming soon!

Journeys