Selinda Canoe Trail
The Selinda Canoe Trail is an excellent and affrodable safari options for adventurous guests looking to experience a canoeing and walking safari.
Selinda Canoe Trail Description
The Selinda Spillway runs through a secluded part of northern Botswana. Equipment will be carried on the canoes with to the camp site which will be of a rustic nature. The dome tents have been selected for their practicality as well as comfort and safety. The tents include comfortable bedrolls and quality linen. There will be enough chairs for guests to sit around a camp-fire at night and lunch will be provided along the way. Meals are prepared on the fire by the cook to enhance that 'old school' traditional camping experience. The ablution facilities will be bucket showers with hot water in the evenings and 'long drop' toilet and a shovel. Guests need to bring their own flashlights and due to the remoteness and nature of this trail, there will be no charging facilities available; this can only be done at Selinda of Zarafa if the guest is staying on.
- The Selinda Spillway offers the ideal setting for Botswana's latest canoeing and walking adventure safari.
- High waters flowing through Northern Botswana offer rare & exciting opportunities.
- Remote location ensures a private and personal safari experience.
- The area offers an abundance of wildlife and is well known for elephant, buffalo and wild dog.
- Professional and passionate guides with extensive knowledge and experience of canoeing and walking in big game areas.
It is a small, wonderful, luxury tented safari camp that is situated on the banks of the eastern Selinda Spillway. Selinda Camp is part of the huge Selinda Reserve in northern Botswana and has breathtaking views over the Selinda Spillway.
Botswana Three Lagoons
This 9-night safari explores 3 different regions of Botswana and includes the unique Okavango Delta, the beautiful Moremi Game Reserve, as well as the Linyanti area of Chobe National Park. Guests will experience the thrill of flying over these breath-taking wilderness areas via light aircraft transfer.