The Linyanti is a region in the north western corner of the Chobe National Park in Botswana. The Linyanti swamp lies between the Kwando and Linyanti rivers. The remote, unspoilt Linyanti floodplains consists of lagoons and waterways.
Linyanti attracts the world’s highest densities of elephant in the dry winter months as well as zebra, giraffe, buffalo, roan antelope and impala and is considered to be the most beautiful part of the Chobe National Park.
There are 3 luxury camps located in this area which includes the Savute Channel which famously stopped flowing between 1980 and 2008 and then surprisingly started flowing again. You can do all sorts of activities in the Linyanti area which includes day and night game drives, boating, fishing and birding.
Linyanti Safari Lodges and Package Holidays
This 3 day Elephant Encounters Linyanti Safari takes you into the vast western part of Linyanti in Northern Botswana. The area is renowned for its...more
Famous for its African Elephants - huge herds congregate in Duma Tau Camp along the waterways and lagoons of Linyanti Wildlife Reserve....more
The camp overlooks the Kings Pool Lagoon and the Linyanti River to the north in the Linyanti Wildlife Reserve, which embraces 125,000 hectares of unspoiled Chobe wilderness....more
This 3 day Fly-in Classic Linyanti Kwando River Escape Safari takes you to the banks of the wild Kwando River, overlooking the Mudumu National Park and...more
This 4 day Fly-in Classic Linyanti Wilderness package takes you to the source of the Savuti Channel in the western area of Linyanti which abounds with...more
This 3 day Premier Fly-in Linyanti Retreat of Kings Safari Package provides you with a romantic escape to the dramatic wildlife areas of the Linyanti...more
This 3 day Premier Fly-in Secret Selinda in Linyanti Wilderness Package allows you to discover a pristine and forgotten area of Africa that offers some...more
This 3 day Classic Fly-in Linyanti Wildlife Discoveries Pacakge allows you to experience the wildlife-rich floodplains of the Linyanti Marshes. This...more