The Selinda Explorers Camp is within the private 320 000 acres of Selinda Game Reserve in the northern region of Botswana. Set on a remote stretch of the Selinda Spillway, this area offers travellers an outstanding African wildlife experience in Southern Africa.
This Salinda camp in Botswana features four luxury tents which can accommodate only eight guests at a time making for a tranquil and intimate safari experience. The luxury tents are located alongside the Selinda Spillway making for a most magnificent setting.
You will experience the magic of an expedition camp of a safari in a bygone era, with hot and cold water provided in large jugs on demand for the copper vanities. Unique in these luxury tents are the separate en-suite flush toilets and the shower areas which are enclosed at the sides but open to the stars above.
Early in the morning, guests embark on adventurous safaris as well as during the late afternoon/evening. The safari drives are conducted in open 4x4 safari vehicles. The wildlife viewing activities are focused on the walking safaris at this camp. This area is home to large herds of elephant and buffalo. It is here where lions, wild dogs, as well as sable and roan antelope are all admired on a regular basis.
The Selinda Explorers Camp is only accessible by scheduled air transfers or private air charters. When guests arrive at the airfield, the road transfer to camp is about 45 minutes, allowing time for wildlife viewing en route. Selinda Explorers Camp’s airstrip 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 about 45 minutes, and from Kasane, it is 50 minutes. Flying times vary depending on the type of aircraft being used and prevailing weather conditions. The camp is closed between December and February each year due to seasonal rains.