Camp (Selinda Reserve) Botswana
Selinda Camp is a comfortable tented safari camp situated
on the banks of the eastern Selinda Spillway, a waterway
linking Botswana's Okavango Delta to the Linyanti Swamps.
Situated along the Spillway is a private wildlife reserve
where only a handful of guests can experience some of
Africa's finest wildlife. The shaded camp has a splendid
view over open floodplains dotted with palm islands.
Whilst gazing over the Selinda Plains from the comfort of
a luxurious safari tent, it is easy to become lost in the
vastness of this eternal land.
A small personal 12 bedded camp under canvas giving a
true feeling of being in Africa. Your tent is a large airy Meru with floorsheet and shade
net cover, completely bug proof when zipped up.
The tent interior has firm beds, dresser/cupboard with
mirror and stool, bedside tables and luggage rack. A laundry
basket is provided for daily washing and ironing. All lighting and water heating is solar powered. Max. 12
persons. The en-suite bathroom facilities through the back
tent flap consist of hot and cold shower, hand basin and
The central lounge/dining are is a double tier thatched
building comprising lounge/reading area with single dining
table seating 12 guests and staff.
Excellent views of passing game herds can be had from
upstairs whilst downstairs is a small bar next to the camp
fire. Curio shop and stocked bar.
Game Viewing / Activities:
Endless time... gentle, quiet and restful... Here, in the
domain of the big cats, game viewing is both private and
riveting. Photo opportunities at close quarters abound in an
environment of breathtaking animal, bird and floral
Game drives take place at dawn, afternoon and evening in
seven seater open-sided, 4x4 vehicles with qualified
professional guides. Roam the open flood plains of the
Selinda Reserve, both on and off-road searching out the big
game, sometimes stopping for short walks or a more detailed
inspection of things
The Selinda area is well known for its hippo-killing
lions, cheetah, wild dog and if you’re lucky , a leopard on
your night drive. Good sightings of plains game such as
giraffe, wildebeest, impala, lechwe, tsessebe, kudu and
elephant are common, plus the added excitement of night
predators like hyena, jackal, bat-eared fox and small cats.
Game viewing by boat on the Zibalianja lagoon is available
depending on the current water level at the time. Bird
watching is excellent and many owls can be spotted on the
From $703 per person per night sharing. Please contact us
for a quote and suggested itinerary.