New camp overlooking pan, in the heart of Chobe. Understated décor, comfortable tents. Sister camp to Ghoha Hills. Solar.
On the quieter western side of Chobe, strikes a balance between simple safari lodge and comfort, with plunge pools and a/c.
Newly rebuilt camp with private pools, wine cellar and they got it spot-on; spacious rooms aren’t pretentious but filled with warm old furnishings and carpets. Cooking over the fire, lovely library for idling away the down-time. Headed up by photographers who have chosen camera equipment for you. Guiding is exemplary.
Great conservation success story on the Selinda Slipway – lots of water and palms around – great for wild dog, buffalo and elephant. Contemporary take on tents with lots of wood and plunge pools, main lodge is under thatch.
Emphasis on walking and canoeing at this camp deep in lion, wild dog, sable and roan territory. The upscale tents are gorgeous and full of lux goodies.
You’ll feel close to nature, like an explorer, in these simple en-suite tents, but well looked-after with a comfy bed and hot bucket showers. Similar to Chobe under Canvas.
Comfortable camp facing the Savuti channel and its wildlife concentrations, but the waters are now receding again. Boating if the waters are high enough.
Further south than the rest of this region, on the Limpopo River; magnificent scenery and elephants galore, mountainbiking, kids programme.
Lovely rustic camp. hides kitted out for photographers, explore the area by mountainbike.
Simple but comfy tented camp alongside sister Linyanti Bush Camp. Water activities if waters are high enough. Has a family tent too.