Linyanti Ebony

Overlooking the Linyanti Marsh and boasting captivating views of Botswana's Linyanti River, Linyanti Ebony Camp is a well-appointed camp, perfect for exploring the game-rich area. Discover fantastic lion, leopard and antelope sightings along with elephant and even the rare and elusive African wild dog.

Lounge Campfire walking-safari-at-linyanti Game drive with elephants
  • Flexible booking terms
  • Refundable deposit
  • 100% financial Protection
  • Stringent safety & hygiene standards
  • Tried & trusted by our clients
  • Emergency medical care

The camp is tiny, only consisting of 4 luxury tents - 3 of which are standard tents, capable of holding 2 people in each. The remaining tent is designed for families and holds both double and twin beds, it's also ideal for honeymooners seeking greater levels of privacy and space. Accommodation is comfortable and thoughtfully raised off the ground on wooden decking for better views of the surrounds.

Enjoying exclusive use of the camp is a possibility and ideal for small parties, with a charming splash pool and a private dining area to enjoy. Activities from camp are excellent with a variety of excursions to experience. Take advantage of the landscape by embarking on mokoro rides (a mokoro is a dugout canoe), try your hand at fishing with boating on one of the lagoons. Game drives are also on offer, with open 4x4 vehicles taking you into the wilderness.

Linyanti Ebony can be booked exclusively with a minimum of 8 people and is open all year round.

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Getting There

A 1 hour flight from Maun and a 35 minute flight from Kasane followed by a 40 minute transfer to camp.

Activities

Game drives, helicopter flights, walking, bird watching, night drives, boating, fishing and mokoro safaris.

Read what our previous clients thought of Linyanti Ebony

Review of Linyanti Ebony

Darrell Spinks

Linyanti Ebony was a good experience for us and the tented accommodations were very spacious with good views out over the wetland. It's unfortunate that the river has receded compared to recent years but we saw large groups of Cape Buffalo, zebra, giraffes and warthogs with our guide Joe. Joe shared his extensive knowledge of the animals and overall environment in a very friendly manner. He did…

11/06/2019 Read full trip review

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