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Botswana

Shinde

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Located in the northern region of the spectacular Okavango Delta, the island camp at Shinde is just a stone’s throw from the elegant Shinde Lagoon, providing uninhibited viewing of a large population of animals and birds that rely on the lagoon for refreshment.

Shinde was refurbished in 2015. It’s eight stylish and spacious safari tents have been enlarged for an even more spacious room. Each tent has comfortable twin beds with double beds available upon request and a new en-suite bathroom with a walk-in shower and elegant fixtures. Wide sliding doors lead onto the extended front decks where guests can relax and take in the open floodplains or the beauties of the unique waterways of the Delta. Other amenities include fans, an in-room safe, hair dryer, bathrobe, and flashlight.

The camp is located on a lush palm island within the world-famous Okavango Delta, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The papyrus-lined lagoon teems with an abundance of wildlife. The rare Sitatunga antelope can often be seen here, along with lion, hyena, and elephant, to name a few. The waterways teem with bird life with over 450 species found hereabouts including heron, egrets, and the rarer Pel’s fishing owl. Aquatic animals such as crocodiles and hippos are common sightings.

There are plenty of activities available from the camp. Game drives are conducted in comfortable, specially designed game vehicles and led by expert guides and trackers. Taking advantage of the waterways, mokoro trips explore the aquatic wildlife of the Delta in traditional dug-out canoes steered by long poles. There are also motor boat excursions to the Gadlkwe Heronry. Anglers will enjoy the catch and release fishing for tilapia and tigerfish. Leisurely guided nature walks explore the lagoon and bush in more detail to see flora and fauna missed from the vehicles.

Set under the canvas of shady ebony and mangosteen trees, the main camp area comprises a unique multi-tiered dining room and lounge. There is also a bar and library available. While the camp’s refreshing pool provides the ideal spot to lounge and cool off during the heat of the day. Nights are spent on the open deck around the camp fire as guests enjoy an after-dinner drink and a chance to swap stories with fellow travelers.

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Botswana

Shinde

PLAN MY TRIP

Located in the northern region of the spectacular Okavango Delta, the island camp at Shinde is just a stone’s throw from the elegant Shinde Lagoon, providing uninhibited viewing of a large population of animals and birds that rely on the lagoon for refreshment.

Shinde was refurbished in 2015. It’s eight stylish and spacious safari tents have been enlarged for an even more spacious room. Each tent has comfortable twin beds with double beds available upon request and a new en-suite bathroom with a walk-in shower and elegant fixtures. Wide sliding doors lead onto the extended front decks where guests can relax and take in the open floodplains or the beauties of the unique waterways of the Delta. Other amenities include fans, an in-room safe, hair dryer, bathrobe, and flashlight.

The camp is located on a lush palm island within the world-famous Okavango Delta, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The papyrus-lined lagoon teems with an abundance of wildlife. The rare Sitatunga antelope can often be seen here, along with lion, hyena, and elephant, to name a few. The waterways teem with bird life with over 450 species found hereabouts including heron, egrets, and the rarer Pel’s fishing owl. Aquatic animals such as crocodiles and hippos are common sightings.

There are plenty of activities available from the camp. Game drives are conducted in comfortable, specially designed game vehicles and led by expert guides and trackers. Taking advantage of the waterways, mokoro trips explore the aquatic wildlife of the Delta in traditional dug-out canoes steered by long poles. There are also motor boat excursions to the Gadlkwe Heronry. Anglers will enjoy the catch and release fishing for tilapia and tigerfish. Leisurely guided nature walks explore the lagoon and bush in more detail to see flora and fauna missed from the vehicles.

Set under the canvas of shady ebony and mangosteen trees, the main camp area comprises a unique multi-tiered dining room and lounge. There is also a bar and library available. While the camp’s refreshing pool provides the ideal spot to lounge and cool off during the heat of the day. Nights are spent on the open deck around the camp fire as guests enjoy an after-dinner drink and a chance to swap stories with fellow travelers.

Coming soon!

Safari Camps
Points of Interest
Hotels & Resorts

Coming soon!

Journeys