Linyanti Tented Camp is a small and intimate camp for exclusive use for families and small groups. It is the ideal location for those wishing to experience an abundance of wildlife. It is situated in the private 121 000-hectare (299 000-acre) Linyanti Concession bordering Chobe National Park’s western boundary is an enormous, wildlife-rich area. Overlooking a spectacular marsh and floodplain, Linyanti Tented Camp is an explorers dream destination, offering up-close encounters with wildlife living in the region.
The camp comprises of four large, airy en-suite tents designed to recreate the style of the early explorers. The tents all have twin beds which can be pushed together to become a double and has mosquito netting around the bed with an overhead fan to create a cool breeze on warmer nights. Built on a slightly raised deck with stunning views, the camp’s main area is ‘the’ place from which to watch the passing parade of wildlife. Evenings can be enjoyed under the stars and sitting around a crackling fire or you can sit in the traditional boma.
There is one private safari vehicle that seats eight guests.
Activities and Wildlife
Linyanti Tented Camp works closely with local government bodies to ensure the conservation of wildlife in the area through dedicated research focused on IUCN Red List species such as the African wild dog, elephant, lion and roan antelope. Given its location on the Linyanti Marsh and easy access to a combination of habitats, floodplains, open dry-land savannah and woodland, the area is a magnet for big game and birdlife. Well-known for its huge elephant concentrations as they congregate along the waterways during the dry winter months, the area is also renowned for general wildlife including specials such as roan and sable. Predator sightings may include lion, leopard, wild dog and spotted hyaena.
With the location on the Linyanti Marsh and easy access to a combination of habitats, floodplains, open dry-land savannah and woodland, the area is a haven for big game and birdlife. Very well known for its huge elephant concentrations as they gather along the waterways during the dry winter months. The area is also known for general wildlife including specials such as roan and sable. Predator sightings can include spotted hyaena, wild don, lion and leopard.