Selinda Camp is situated right between the Okavango Delta in the west and the Linyanti waterways in the east. It’s one of the most beautiful locations for a Botswana safari, as you can sample both wet and dry terrains, as well as the different species of game that inhabit both.
You’ll need to fly-in to get to the 130,000 hectares private Selinda Reserve, and during the flood season, you will arrive at the camp’s jetty by boat taxi (from the Selinda airstrip). You’ll be rewarded with the most outstanding view of the floodplains, keep your camera at hand as you spot herds of elephants, buffalos and wildebeests.
Selinda Reserve can easily be reached via the Maun and Kasane airports which have direct flights from Johannesburg and Gaborone. If you’re unsure where to start when it comes to your transport options, our Botswana Destination Specialists are here to help every step of the way.