by Great Plains Conservation
located in Okavango Delta, Botswana
Set in one of the most pristine wilderness areas left on our planet, the Selinda Camp rests on the banks of the eastern Selinda Spillway in northern Botswana’s startlingly beautiful and remote 320,000-acre Selinda Reserve.
The main area at Selinda Camp is spread across one vast, open-plan central area with panoramic views across the surrounding channels and floodplains. Constructed of wood and thatch, it has a lovely viewing deck and relaxing lounge area, with plenty of comfy sofas.
The camp normally accommodates a maximum of 18 guests sharing in 9 tented villas including a family room for those travelling with children. Each room has an en-suite bathroom, twin/double bed with mosquito net covering, a fan, safe, lounge area, dressing gowns and complimentary binoculars.
Yoga mats and Handheld weights are provided in the dressing cupboard. Tea/Coffee caddy is available with hot water thermos on request. An additional guide’s tent is also available on camp.
Activities include early morning and late afternoon/early evening game drives in an open 4×4 vehicle, guided bush walks, boat-based activities when water levels permit and in-room massages.
Reasons to stay at Selinda Camp?
- The Okavango Delta is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site List
- Pristine wilderness for miles
- One of the few areas left home to the endangered African wild dog species “the painted wolf” and also hosts largest herds of elephants and buffalo left in Southern Africa
- Camp has low carbon footprint
- Great work done for community development