+27 (0) 21 551 5880 info@safari2africa.co.za

Selinda Camp



cheetah
weddings
giraffe
Selinda Camp Each tent has en-suite facilities, a stone bath being the highlight.

The bathroom is uniquely "open air" with lots of natural light, yet is screened and virtually insect-proof. The tents are spacious and beautifully appointed with furniture and features that have been collected from around Africa. Four-poster mosquito nets and overhead fans are standard.

The Selinda is characterised by its game-rich floodplains which are host to a variety of bird life (300+), antelope, zebra, cheetah, wild dog, lion and dry season elephant concentrations.

Nocturnal species could include serval, porcupine, springhare and possibly leopard.Daily activities revolve around morning, afternoon and night game drives with experienced, professional guides in custom-built 4x4 Land Cruisers. Short walks from camp accompanied by a guide are encouraged to get to know some of the Selinda's smaller creatures.

The Selinda Reserve is a private 135 000-hectare (330 000-acre) wildlife area located in northern Botswana. What makes this locale special is that it follows the floodplains of the Selinda Spillway, the waterway that winds its way through dry countryside to connect the Okavango Delta in the west to the Linyanti and Kwando wetlands and rivers in the east.

CAMP DESCRIPTION
Main area comprises a large decked area (lounge, under thatch dining, star deck, tea deck).Photo/art gallery and quiet reading area,Climate controlled wine cellar Curio shop,Plunge pool ,Traditional campfire

GAME VIEWING
Game drives are fruitful with a variety of antelope, hippo, giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, elephant and buffalo to be seen. Predator viewing is exceptional including the hippo-killing lions of The Selinda, leopard, wild dog and cheetah.

ACTIVITIES
Day and afternoon game drives on 4x4 open-sided Toyota Land Cruisers (with removable canopies); each vehicle seats 8 with 6 “window” seats. The camp does have a supply of bean bags for guests to use to steady their camera while on a game activity. Night drives with spotlights. Short walks from camp and from game drives. Bird watchin.

Please contact us now so we can help you plan your African safari