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Botswana

Selinda Camp

PLAN MY TRIP

Selinda Camp is situated on the banks of the Selinda Spillway, a dynamic seasonal channel linking the Linyanti swamps with the Okavango Delta.

One of the more luxurious lodges in the area, Selinda Camp offers nine well-appointed resident tents. Each of the tents is built on raised wooden decks and shaded by thatched roofs and include a romantic three-quarter four-poster bed draped in mosquito netting which can be joined to form extra-large double beds. Each tent has an en-suite bathroom highlighted by a stone bathtub, antique shower, and dual sink vanity area. A large private veranda provides an oasis of relaxation and the perfect spot to take in the beauties of the bush. Ceiling fans keep the tents cool.

The camp is situated in the 320,000-acre Selinda Reserve of northern Botswana and is built on the banks of the Selinda Spillway, about one hour east of its sister camp, Selinda Explorers Camp. The campsite sits in prime predator habitat. Lions, leopards, cheetahs, and packs of African wild dogs hunt these parts regularly. The reserve also plays home to giraffe, buffalo, and wide variety of antelope. At the peak of the dry season, Selinda Reserve has been known to have over 9,000 elephants. In addition to which, the spillway’s banks are a bird-watchers’ heaven.

There are a variety of exciting activities available from the camp. Morning and afternoon game drives are conducted by expert guides in open vehicles. Night drives follow the nocturnal doings of animals such as hyena and bush baby. For a better view of the bush and riverbanks, a guided walk is a great option for exploring the flora and fauna in more detail and learning about tracking. Anglers will enjoy catch and release fishing. While the kids can take advantage of the Young Explorers Program. Each child receives a pack and is taught how to track wildlife as well as different facts about the landscape and its animals.

A series of broad decks connect the tents with the lounge and dining area. Both the resident tents and the common areas provide panoramic vistas of the surrounding grasslands. In addition to the game drives, guests can relax while enjoying a dip in the camp’s plunge pool, a massage from the camp’s therapist, or a three-course dinner from the onsite chef.

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Botswana

Selinda Camp

PLAN MY TRIP

Selinda Camp is situated on the banks of the Selinda Spillway, a dynamic seasonal channel linking the Linyanti swamps with the Okavango Delta.

One of the more luxurious lodges in the area, Selinda Camp offers nine well-appointed resident tents. Each of the tents is built on raised wooden decks and shaded by thatched roofs and include a romantic three-quarter four-poster bed draped in mosquito netting which can be joined to form extra-large double beds. Each tent has an en-suite bathroom highlighted by a stone bathtub, antique shower, and dual sink vanity area. A large private veranda provides an oasis of relaxation and the perfect spot to take in the beauties of the bush. Ceiling fans keep the tents cool.

The camp is situated in the 320,000-acre Selinda Reserve of northern Botswana and is built on the banks of the Selinda Spillway, about one hour east of its sister camp, Selinda Explorers Camp. The campsite sits in prime predator habitat. Lions, leopards, cheetahs, and packs of African wild dogs hunt these parts regularly. The reserve also plays home to giraffe, buffalo, and wide variety of antelope. At the peak of the dry season, Selinda Reserve has been known to have over 9,000 elephants. In addition to which, the spillway’s banks are a bird-watchers’ heaven.

There are a variety of exciting activities available from the camp. Morning and afternoon game drives are conducted by expert guides in open vehicles. Night drives follow the nocturnal doings of animals such as hyena and bush baby. For a better view of the bush and riverbanks, a guided walk is a great option for exploring the flora and fauna in more detail and learning about tracking. Anglers will enjoy catch and release fishing. While the kids can take advantage of the Young Explorers Program. Each child receives a pack and is taught how to track wildlife as well as different facts about the landscape and its animals.

A series of broad decks connect the tents with the lounge and dining area. Both the resident tents and the common areas provide panoramic vistas of the surrounding grasslands. In addition to the game drives, guests can relax while enjoying a dip in the camp’s plunge pool, a massage from the camp’s therapist, or a three-course dinner from the onsite chef.

Coming soon!

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Points of Interest
Hotels & Resorts

Coming soon!

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