Set on a floodplain in the Selinda Concession, Zarafa is one of Botswana's best and most luxurious safari camps. Predator viewing is exceptional and there are brilliant birdlife concentrations.
Zarafa Camp Introduction
Zarafa Camp is situated in the eastern sector of the Selinda Reserve overlooking the beautiful Zibadianja Lagoon. The extensive views from each and every part of the camp over the floodplains are truly magnificent. Zarafa means "the beloved one" or "the lovely one". The camp is small and luxurious and offers guests a unique safari experience.
- The Selinda Reserve is an enormous 135 000-hectare (300 000-acre) private reserve.
- Built on a palm island in a sea of floodplain savannah.
- Predator viewing is exceptional.
- Brilliant wildlife concentrations.
Zarafa Camp Game Viewing and Activities
The area around Zarafa offers incredible wildlife viewing opportunities. Abundant plains game can be found here including lechwe, kudu, buffalo, zebra and giraffe. It is also a predator-rich reserve including cheetah, wild dog, lion, and leopard. The massive herds of elephant are another highlight while a wide variety of birds, approximately 300 or more, can be seen in the reserve.
Kings Pool Camp
The camp overlooks the Kings Pool Lagoon and the Linyanti River. Kings Pool Camp is a truly luxurious safari lodge in the Linyanti Wildlife Reserve. Each chalet has a private plunge pool. Large herds of elephants are the reserves prime attractions.
DumaTau is built under cool mangosteen trees overlooking an enormous lagoon. DumaTau Camp offers an excellent safari experience in the Savuti/Linyanti area. The camp is well appointed and perfect for families. Guests can expect to see large herds of elephants.
Tucked away in the north eastern corner of Chobe National Park on the Linyanti waterways is Camp Linyanti. Remote, unspoilt, with the lagoons of the Linyanti floodplains before it, and riverine forests with huge trees surrounding it, Camp Linyanti is an undiscovered gem.
Linyanti Bush Camp
Linyanti Bush Camp is one of the best places for dry-season game viewing in Botswana’s secretive Chobe Enclave with the year-round presence of water from the Linyanti Marsh attracting thousands of elephants, birds, buffalo, and lion.