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Selinda Camp is located along the banks of the Selinda Spillway, a wildlife haven in Botswana’s vast 320 000 acre Selinda Reserve.
The Selinda Reserve, including the Selinda and Zarafa Camps, is part owned by Dereck and Beverly Joubert, the internationally renowned filmmakers who work in partnership with the National Geographic Society. With the help of a dedicated group of friends, they share with you their passionate belief in delivering a premier wildlife experience, while taking care of the Reserve and nurturing it for future generations.
Large concentrations of Botswana's wildlife and predators roam free and wild through the Selinda Reserve's woodlands and savannas. The sanctuary is famous its predators and for large herds of elephant. Sightings of the elusive wild dog as well as lion, leopard and cheetah will enthral your stay.
Activities include early morning, late afternoon and evening game drives, guided wildlife walks, boating and sometimes canoeing and bush dinners
There are only nine large, luxury tents, each offering sensational views of the wildlife on the floodplains in front of you. Each of the tented rooms has its own en-suite bathroom with a bath, shower and flush facilities.
Isabel, Original Traveller