Is the Selinda Explorers Camp for Me?
Selinda Explorers Camp is located in the private 130,000-hectare Selinda Reserve of northern Botswana, built on the banks of the Selinda Spillway.
Subtly placed under the shade of the riverine forest, the camp’s style is reminiscent of early African explorers’ philosophies and practices.
Whiling away afternoons under the canopy of African ebony and Mopane trees, interspersed with walks and canoeing, make this a respite from a traditional safari camp’s typical routine.
The four custom-designed, semi-permanent guest tents offer guests a well-appointed bedroom, covered veranda and private bathroom. All the guest tents are at ground level, on slightly raised platforms.
This Great Plains Conservation Explorer-Collection safari camp is unassuming, light on its footprint but heavy on its experiential luxury.
The atmosphere of the camp is one of bush elegance with a relaxed style, complemented by attentive staff, private, professional service and fabulous food.
Selinda Explorers Camp is perfect for individual travellers, couples, families and small groups of up to ten guests sharing.
The camp sits in a prime predator habitat. In September, over 9,000 elephants traverse the private Selinda Reserve at the peak of the dry season. There is phenomenal birdlife along the Selinda Spillway’s banks for those looking for some ‘lifers’.