The Linyanti marshland region is one of Botswana's hidden secrets. Camp Linyanti is a charming, comfortable and authentic safari camp located in its own private area on the Linyanti River. The main area of Camp Linyanti is all about the views. There are wide, wooden decks overlooking the lagoons and waterways, all the way to the Caprivi Strip. Camp Linyanti also appeals to couples and romantics, who will find special solace in the honeymoon tent.
There are five individual Meru-style tents sleeping two people and a third bed can be arranged upon request. Children are welcome at Camp Linyanti making it a memorable family holiday location away from the crowds during peak season.
The accommodation at Camp Linyanti sings of traditional safari, blending in with the environment and keeping things simple, yet elegant.
Solar panels work to sustainably provide power to the camp and to assist in the heating of water while considering its impact on the wild.
There are five individual canvas tents, elevated slightly from the ground with stairs leading onto private wooden decks, and up to the interior of these unique, circular tents.
Out of the five tented chalets, four are standard twin or double rooms. Each chalet sleeps two people, while an extra bed can be arranged on request for a triple. The remaining room is a honeymoon suite, offering something special for newlyweds at Camp Linyanti.
Each bedroom has bedside tables and lamps, individually controlled air-conditioning, and extra blankets.
The canvas 'rondavels' house ensuite bathrooms and the classic outdoor shower, which opens up to the skies. The private wooden balconies overlook the exquisite lagoon and channel beyond, providing the perfect place to relax after a day spent exploring the Chobe Linyanti region.
Camp Linyanti is located deep in the north-western corner of the Chobe National Park, on the river-border between Botswana and Namibia. One of the celebrated features of this camp is its private location, its own wilderness situated away from the seasonal crowds of the Chobe River.
To access the reaching floodplains of the Linyanti, guests will be flown to the local airstrip about 90 minutes' to 2 hours' drive from Camp Linyanti. Saile airstrip is located in Chobe National Park and receives light air transfers from both Kasane and Maun airports, which are 40-50 minute flights away.