Selinda Camp is set on the banks of the eastern Selinda Spillway - the waterway linking Botswana's Okavango Delta and its Linyanti and Kwando systems. A relaxed, yet luxury tented safari camp, Selinda Camp was completely rebuilt in 2007.
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The Selinda Reserve is 320 00 acres of breath-taking landscape in northern Botswana that borders Linyanti to the east, and Kwando reserve to the north. It’s a private wildlife sanctuary owned and operated by a passionate group of conservationists, and one that showcases the true beauty of Botswana. It’s part of the Great Plans Conservation project and has come a long way from its days as a prime hunting spot. Centred on the Selinda Spillway, a usually dry channel that connects the Linyanti river system to the Okavango, Selinda is still a game rich area on par with the likes of the Chobe National Park. Selinda offers something truly dynamic though as guests are treated to an exclusive safari experience.
The diverse wildlife and pristine landscape can be appreciated in many ways, from bush walks to open 4X4 game drives and boat safaris. Get up close and personal to a variety of species that include lion, elephant, buffalo, giraffe, zebra and waterbuck. Selinda Reserve effortlessly combines the beauty and splendour of the African bush with modern luxury and amenities.
Zarafa Camp is blessed with an extraordinary location. The camp, positioned under the shady canopy of jackalberry and red ivory trees, overlooks the patchwork of savannas and floodplains of Zibadianja Lagoon's southern shores.