Group Size: Based on Minimum 2 passengers
Poised in a remote location on the famous Selinda Spillway, the camp offers four custom-designed, expansive walk-in tents. In keeping with a traditional safari, the en-suite bathroom is under the stars. Stylishly decorated with camping-style furniture, decanters of cognac and Persian rugs, the décor will transport guests back to an era of pioneers, with a modern twist and hospitality. As a romantic touch, brass hipbaths can be portered to a nearby sand bank and personal hammocks adorn each veranda. Activities concentrate on getting back to nature with guided walking and canoeing a focus, together with day and night game drives on offer.
Day 1 - Selinda Spillway
On arrival at Maun Airport you are met and transferred by light aircraft to the Selinda. The flying time is approximately 50 minutes. Road transfer to Selinda Explorer’s Camp for two nights in twin tented accommodation with en-suite facilities. Enjoy an afternoon game viewing activity. (D)
Selinda Explorers Camp is an ideal location for those guests that want to experience the wildlife offering of Botswana in a very private setting. Just one and a half hours west of Selinda main camp, Selinda Explorers Camp is poised in a remote, treasured location on the famous Selinda Spillway. As the lifeline of the Selinda Reserve, the Selinda Spillway is a crucial gathering point for the wildlife of this pristine 320,000-acre Reserve. The intention of Selinda Explorers Camp is to offer the same quality of wildlife experience, while allowing guests to explore outside of the vehicle, by foot and canoe. This classic camp, consisting of four custom-designed tents, transports you back to authentic safaris, but with a modern twist and hospitality. Accommodating a maximum of 8 guests, each of the tents are designed in the style of the early explorers, with campaign–style furniture, glass decanters, Persian rugs, flush toilets, copper sinks and bucket showers. Subtly placed under the shade of the riverine forest, the camp is designed in the style of the early explorers both in philosophy and practice. As a romantic touch, brass hipbaths can be portered to a nearby sand bank on the banks of the Spillway. And personal hammocks adorn each verandah. Whiling away afternoons under the canopy of jackelberry and mangosteen trees, interspersed with walks and canoeing, make this a respite from the ‘daily grind’ of a traditional safari. Activities concentrate on getting closer to nature: guided walking and canoeing, and both day and night game drives. Most importantly, this is a place of impromptu, where you will act on a whim and let the wildlife take the lead. Typically, early morning and late afternoon to evening are prime times, but a full day out on canoe or walks are also an option for those wanting to explore further. No two experiences are the same and Selinda Explorers Camp is designed around the concept of camaraderie coupled with exceptional wildlife viewing and the freedom to explore. Its small size, prime location and flexibility make it a notable addition to more traditional itineraries.
Day 2 - Selinda Spillway
Enjoy morning and afternoon game activities. (BLD)
Day 3 - End of Selinda Explorers Camp Stay
After breakfast you’ll be transferred to the airstrip for a light aircraft flight to Maun Airport. Flying time is approximately 50 minutes. (B)
Dates and Pricing
- 21 Jul 18 - 31 Oct 18 $3,185 $4,460
- 01 Nov 18 - 19 Dec 18 $2,435 $2,435
- 20 Dec 18 - 10 Jan 19 $2,610 $3,570
- 11 Jan 19 - 31 Mar 19 $2,455 $2,455
- 01 Apr 19 - 14 Jun 19 $2,610 $2,610
- 15 Jun 19 - 31 Oct 19 $3,565 $5,000
- 01 Nov 19 - 19 Dec 19 $2,610 $2,610
- 20 Dec 19 - 10 Jan 20 $2,845 $3,920
- 11 Jan 20 - 31 Mar 20 $2,610 $2,610
Prices shown are per person based on twin share. Seasonal supplements and minimum night requirement may apply. Solo traveller and extra night prices available on request. Luggage restrictions may apply. International flights not included.