The two neighbouring Linyanti camps are similarly rustic but welcoming and full of thoughtful touches. In a private concession next to Chobe, so you can do walks and night drives too.
Laid back camp on vast plains with scattered palms; on Botswana’s largest private reserve famous for cheetah, wild dog and lion. Shares reserve with sister Lagoon Camp.
Relaxed camp under shade on a river; like sister camp Lebala, known for wild dog and other predators. Boat cruises. Shares reserve with sister Lebala Camp.
Owner run camp is up in the hills with views, décor is clean and stylish, huge concentrations of elephants in the area. Sister camp to new Nogatsaa Pans.
Contemporary styled camp runs off solar power; combines safari and boat rides on the lagoon. Good for leopard and wild dog. Can feel hot and exposed out on the plains.
This is more of a camping vibe – but with full service, good bedding, hearty food around the campfire. Special feature is camera-equipped boats to learn how to take pro shots.
On the Chobe River, larger camp with family resort feel – full spa for pampering, sunset cruises, child minding.
On the largest permanent water in the delta, and it’s all about water activities at this simple but well crafted camp.
Stylish and serene, private plunge pools and a/c will keep you comfortable. This is more a water camp with boats and mokoros, game drives are limited. Similar landscape to nearby Xudum.
Suites with plunge pools and aircon, and a rooftop level under thatch for chilling out and admiring the view. More a water camp, similar to nearby Xaranna.