The Selinda Camp is situated in Northern Botswana, Southern Africa, within the 320 000 acres private Selinda Reserve. Guests are accommodated in tented villas offering a natural wildlife experience. The Selinda Camp nestles on the banks of the eastern Selinda Spillway in the scenically beautiful and remote 320,000-acre Selinda Reserve.
The Selinda Spillway flows in two directions, meandering its way as it links the far-reaches of the Okavango Delta in the south with the Linyanti wetlands in the west. This area of Botswana receives water from both these sources. In the West lies the famous Savute Channel, Chobe as well as the mighty Zambezi, the North one can find Namibia's Caprivi Strip and Angola.
Guests enjoy a fully inclusive safari option at Selinda Camp inclusive of all activities as well as meals, park fees, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages (excluding imported and premium spirits). This tented camp can accommodate up to 16 guests sharing in 8 Luxury Tented Villas which includes one family room.
Travellers enjoy thrilling safari drives early in the morning and late in the afternoon which is conducted in open 4x4 vehicles. Relaxing in-room massages can be booked. Boat based activities are available at this camp when the water levels permit.
This luxury tented camp in the Selinda Reserve can only be accessed by guests via scheduled air transfers or private air charters. On arrival at the airfield, guests are met and taken by road transfer to the camp which is about 45 minutes, allowing time for wildlife viewing en route.
During flood season, when water levels rise, often a boat is used for these transfers. This transfer is a combination of a 15-minute drive to the boat dock and then a 15-minute boat ride to camp. The camp makes use of the boat for transfers whenever it is logistically feasible.
Selinda Camp’s airfield is licensed for aircraft as large as a King Air, Pilatus PC-12 and Cessna Caravan. The flying time in a Cessna Caravan from Maun to Selinda Airfield is 45 minutes, and from Kasane, it is 50 minutes. Flying times vary depending on the type of aircraft being used and prevailing weather conditions.