Motswiri Camp, Selinda, Botswana, Botswana | Discover Africa Safaris
 
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Motswiri Camp

Selinda, Botswana

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Motswiri camp is enviably located on the banks of the Selinda Spillway in northern Botswana and offers horseback safaris, walking trails, boating, mekoro, canoeing, fishing and game drive experiences in one of the country’s most exquisite wildlife areas. It is a small, environmentally sustainable camp with 5 tented suites overlooking the expansive views of this wild utopia. Each tent is elevated on wooden decking, and the canvas structures are airy, naturally and subtly decorated with classic wooden furnishings and comfortable furniture.

Beds can be configured for double or twin accommodation, while a family tent specifically accommodates for parents and children.

The neutral canvas tents, and deep wood flooring and decking keep the tones of the camp and rooms in a perfect balance with nature. The Honeymoon tent has an additional outdoor shower, adding an element of African romance.

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Motswiri Camp Details

Activities offered
at the lodge

Game drives (day)
Game drives (night)
Game walks
Horse-back game viewing
Canoeing
Fishing
Mokoro rides
Boating safaris

Amenities

Dining/Communal Area
Shuttle Bus Service
Swimming Pool
Wheelchair Access

Included in your stay

Meals: All meals
Drinks: Most drinks (excludes certain spirits and wines)
Activities:

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I enjoyed the entire experience. Megan Warrington and Discover Africa, were wonderful. I told her what I was looking for in a Safari and she delivered. I was picked up promptly at the airport in Maun and flown to Moremi Game Reserve where…

Thank you for an amazing adventure

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