Selinda Camp is set within the private 130,000 hectare Selinda Reserve in Botswana. One of the most pristine wilderness areas left on the planet, the camp rests on the Selinda Spillway banks as it enters the Linyanti River. The area boasts elephants by the thousands, and the Selinda Lion Pride, featured in the National Georgraphic film, ''Birth of a Pride'' by Dereck and Beverly Joubert.
Selinda Camp's safari drives, walks, boating, tracking, birding and other bespoke viewing activities are designed to provide you with unique one-on-one life-changing wildlife experiences.
Selinda Camp takes inspiration from three cultures, European, Mokololo and Bayei, as well as from the explorations of David Livingstone. Every space enhances what Livingstone would have had, what he would have travelled with and found. The camp also has a Robinson Crusoe feel, with textures of rope, rooms under thatch, hammocks, nautical elements, and salvaged wood.
Designed with their own colour palette and theme, there are three expansive, thatched guest tents featuring a large en-suite bathroom, private veranda, and a private swimming pool. In addition to these three main tents, there is the Selinda Suite which is a two-bedroom tented villa, which operates exclusively with private vehicle, safari guide, manager/butler, and entrance.
Situated in Northern Botswana on the private Selinda Reserve, accessible by light aircraft. From Maun to Selinda Airfield is 45 minutes and from Kasane it is 50 minutes. From the airfield its either a 45 min drive or, during flood season, a 15 min boat ride followed by a 15 min drive.
Early morning and late afternoon/early evening game drives in an open 4ï¿½?4 vehicle, guided bush walks, boat-based activities when water levels permit and in-room massages.
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