Selinda Camp is located on the banks of the Selinda Spillway as this water enters the Linyanti River system. The private, 130 000 hectare reserve is home to a huge Elephant population, a very healthy pack of African Wild Dogs and the famous Selinda pride of Lions. This pride recently featured in the Nat Geo film called “Birth of a Pride”.
The area has a real feeling of being completely remote and it is exactly that. There is a sensation of raw Africa in the Botswana bush which supports a variety of species and very rare animals. The main guest area at Selinda is spread across a vast open floodplain with incredible views that stretch to the horizon and well beyond.
The camp has just 3 incredibly luxurious and spacious guest tents that rest under thatch Elephant grass roofs. Each tent has it’s own unique design that embodies Africa and her rich heritage with beautiful furnishings and unique guest amenities. The en-suite bathrooms are large and the expansive private deck enjoys stunning views with a swimming pool.
Game viewing activities include drives, animal tracking, birding, walks and boating activities. These are led my fantastic guides to place you in the best wildlife situations this area has to provide.
A family suite is available and children from 8 years are welcome. Only children 12 and older may participate in walking safaris.
An exclusive use villa residence consisting of a two-bedroom suite, shared lounge, dining and pool including private game drive vehicle, guide and chef. Privately guided and hosted for 4 guests. $7340-00 per night for 4 guests.
Read our Country Information for advice on travel to Botswana.
The African Wild Dog is one of the most unique and important predators in this area, learn more about them with Botswana Wild Dog Conservation.