Situated in the 135 000-hectare (1350 square km) Selinda concession in Botswana, Zarafa Camp is located near the Zibalianja Lagoon – source of the Savuti Channel. Built around a palm island in a sea of floodplain savannah, Zarafa's 3 Meru-style tents are all en-suite and built on wooden decks with wide vistas of the surrounding floodplains of Botswana.
With a maximum of 6 guests at this Botswana safari camp, the emphasis is on intimate hospitality in the tradition of a bygone Botswana safari era. The thatch bar and viewing deck overlook a small, but active waterhole, whilst meals are enjoyed in the warmth of the well appointed 'mess tent.'
Please note that aviation fuel is not available. You can also go by road from Savuti via the Linyanti game scout camp. This is suitable for 4x4 vehicles only and with transit permission from neighbouring concessionaires.
An air charter service links Selinda and Motswari to most other camps form either Kasane or Maun in Botswana. Approximately flying times are: Kasane - Selinda: 50 minutes. Maun - Selinda: 45 minutes. Selinda Motswiri: 15 minutes.