Linyanti Bush Camp
Linyanti Bush Camp is in a private reserve and offers a wide selection of game viewing options, so no two days here will be the same.
In the Linyanti marshes in the Chobe Enclave private area of Chobe National Park
Tented safari camp
Linyanti Bush Camp Highlights
- Small, rustic yet stylish camp in an exclusive bush setting
- In a private reserve west of Chobe
- Mix of game drives, guided walks and boating
- Half hour helicopter ride over the Linyanti
- Abundant and varied wildlife
Linyanti Bush Camp overview
Linyanti Bush Camp is in a private reserve and offers a wide selection of game viewing options, so no two days here will be the same. The Linyanti marshes are a magnet for wildlife and are the only source of water for many miles so this is a good year-round destination, though the dry season (May to October) is especially good. You will have chances to view elephants (with large herds in the dry season), sable, roan, sitatunga antelope, red lechwe, zebra, giraffe, hippo and predators including lion, leopard and wild dog. Bird life is abundant.
This small camp has just six tents accommodation a maximum of twelve guests at a time giving it an exclusive feel. Accommodation is in very roomy, Meru-style tents with canvas walls and ceiling, comfortably furnished and decorated in warm, earthy tones. There’s a sitting area with a sofa and footstool, a writing desk and ample storage including a wardrobe and chest of drawers. Each tent has its own bathroom with a fixed hot water shower and a flush toilet.
The main area is on a raised deck and set beneath a canvas roof, with open sides for making the most of the views. Inside there are plenty of sofas and easy chairs arranged around coffee tables, the ideal place to unwind in the middle of the day, sheltered from the heat, as you chat to other travellers and enjoy a drink from the bar. You can help yourself to reference books, to brush up your natural history knowledge. There’s a choice of dining locations, with the option of eating in the main area, with guests and guides seated around the long dining table, or outdoors in the boma with lamps providing light after dark. The campfire is the focal point for sundowners and, again, after dinner, for a nightcap.
- Open-sided lounge
- Covered dining area
- Boma and camp fire
- Laundry service
- Use of the pool at nearby sister camp, Ebony Camp
- Game drives
- Helicopter ride – 30 minutes
- Walking safaris
- Night drives
- Game viewing from hides
- Boat cruises
- Mokoro rides
- Bird watching
Children aged 7 years and over are welcome. Children aged below 16 years are not permitted to do walking safaris but can take nature walks in the area.
This is a small bushcamp done with style, and definitely offering a high level of comfort. The rooms are large and you almost forget that you’re in a tent.
- 6 guest tents, very spacious
- Sitting area
- En-suite facilities with hot and cold running water, showers and flush toilet
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