Getting to Zarafa Camp

Zarafa Camp in Botswana can be reached by air - charters take less than an hour before you arrive at the camp. There is also the road option for those who want to take a road transfer to this Botswana safari camp.

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 Camp's 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 8 guests at this Botswana safari camp, the emphasis is on intimate hospitality in the tradition of a bygone Botswana safari era. The thatched bar and viewing deck overlook a small, but active waterhole, whilst meals are enjoyed in the warmth of the well-appointed 'mess tent.'

GPS Co-Ordinates of the Selinda Airfield

18:33:95 S 23:30:73 E

Zarafa Camp is accessible via light aircraft transfers from Kasane (50 mins) and Maun (45 min) airports. Private Air charter access is also available. Zarafa Camp is a 45-minute drive from its airstrip.

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