Camp Linyanti is located in the Linyanti Area of Chobe National Park and has a fabulous outlook across the Linyanti Wetlands and its lush green reed beds and waterways.
Situated in the private Linyanti Concession, this small camp takes you on an authentic safari experience complemented by attentive service and varied activities. Six tents sit at ground level and are comfortably furnished with everything you may need, without any excessive luxuries.
The main part of the camp consists of two canvas covered areas which incorporate a lounge, bar and dining area with an exposed kitchen. Outside a fire pit draws you to sit and soak up the sounds and smells of the surrounding bush.
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Six open-fronted tents look onto the bush, often dotted with grazing wildlife. The tents are comfortably furnished and include an en suite bathroom with an alfresco bucket shower. A unique feature is the 'star suite', a mesh-enclosed gazebo extension where beds can be moved to for a night under a blanket of stars.
On a private concession within the Linyanti Wetlands in northern Botswana, the area has seasonal floodwaters which attract big herds of elephant, buffalo and other grazers. It is a haven for birds throughout the year.
Food and drink
An exposed kitchen invites you to join the chefs as they create a mix of traditional and international cuisine. Dining is communal and casual, sometimes cooked over the open fire but always delicious.
Facilities and activities
Activities here are focused on guided walks to explore the wilds of the concession, however game drives and traditional mokoro (canoe) trips are also available to give an alternative perspective.
With strong community links and an emphasis on exploring the surrounds on foot, this camp makes for an authentic safari experience with responsible tourism at the forefront. It has all the creature comforts one might expect yet maintains the roots of a classic bush camp.
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Alternative places to stay nearby
Where possible, we like to offer a range of accommodation for each stop of your trip, chosen by our specialists as some of their favorite places to stay. To help you make the right choice, we give each property a rating based on its facilities and service, but we also look for hotels with distinct character or a location that can’t be bettered.
Duma Tau, meaning ‘lion roars’, stands overlooking reed beds and a wide stretch of the Linyanti River. The diversity of habitats makes for wonderful game and bird viewing and the area is well known for the large numbers of elephant which are frequently seen crossing the river.
The Kings Pool is a very luxurious camp and is perfect for those that want good game viewing (especially of elephant) and total luxury in the bush.
Stretching along the banks of the Kwando River within a private concession, Lagoon Camp offers a range of activities year-round. Its exceptionally spacious rooms and main thatched area are beautifully presented, and staff deliver a highly personal service.
Enjoying a secluded location within the private Kwando Concession, Lebala Camp offers just eight tents looking out over the Linyanti floodplains. Each day, game drives and bush walks get you close to animals big and small.
Bordering Chobe National Park to the west, Linyanti Bush Camp offers intimate tented accommodation in a private reserve. Its position in the Linyanti Marshes makes for excellent game viewing and birdwatching.
Situated in the private Chobe Enclave area of the Linyanti Wetlands, this family friendly camp offers just four authentic canvas tents overlooking wildlife-rich marshland.
Savuti Camp has seven tents and overlooks a waterhole in the dry Savuti Channel. There are game drives, walks and night-drives from camp and a superb 'log pile' hide where guests can observe animals (mostly elephants) from extremely close quarters.
Selinda Camp is located on a palm island with views of the Selinda Spillway, yellow floodplains and gray termite mounds and palm tree islands in the distance.
Zarafa Camp is probably our personal favorite in Botswana and has a beautiful location looking toward the Zibadianja Lagoon. Activities from Zarafa focus on game drives and night drives, but walks from the camp are also possible with experienced guides.