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Remote and wild, Linyanti boasts premier wildlife viewing with a feeling of pleasant isolation.Linyanti is situated in the extreme northwest section of the Chobe National Park and also includes several private concessions including some of Botswana’s most luxurious safari camps. It’s adjacent to the Linyanti River, which courses east into the Chobe and forms a natural border between Botswana and Namibia.
I so enjoyed the remoteness, beauty and excitement of Linyanti. It has such a spirit-feeding wilderness feel about it, something that many other destinations in Africa have, sadly, lost.
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The Linyanti River is a permanent water source, attracting huge herds of elephant, buffalo, wildebeest and zebra, especially as the dry season wears on.
Linyanti is famed for its predators, including rare wild dogs, leopard, lions and hyena. Sightings of hunts are common, and lucky guests might even have a sighting of interactions between predators. Of course, abundant prey is what attracts the predators, such as kudu, impala, waterbuck and majestic roan and sable antelope. It's also possible to see the rare and elusive sitatunga, a shy, swamp-living antelope, as well as the water-loving red lechwe. Visitors will find spectacular riverine forest snaking along the Linyanti River in the North.
Other major habitats include savanna, marsh, floodplains, and mopane woodland. Lodges and tented camps in Linyanti are small and exclusive, contributing to feelings of remoteness and true immersion in uninhabited wilderness. Access is via charter flight or overland safari, and safaris to Linyanti are often combined with other destinations such as Moremi Game Reserve, Okavango Delta, or other areas of Chobe National Park.
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Tipping is not compulsory, and the amounts that you tip each person is also not set. Do remember, when tipping large amounts (eg. to the guide at the end of a 10-day safari), place the tip in a sealed envelope - and hand it directly to the… go there.
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The best time to visit Chizarira National Park is during the middle and end of the dry season (July to October). The wildlife is more easily seen at this time, because the vegetation is thinner and animals gather around the waterholes.… go there.
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Reviews on our Linyanti Concession safaris
I found Discover Africa to be first class. All my questions were answered quickly and sensibly. Megan, with whom I dealt throughout, was helpful and patient and responded to any questions or queries I had rapidly and efficiently. The price…
Discover Africa delivered the dream trip! It was a pleasure dealing with Matthys at Discover Africa from start to finish. He made everything as simple and easy as possible. Our trip was tremendous and we would fully recommend anyone planning…
Thank you for the way you organised the trip for us. It was a pleasure dealing with Discover Africa and Matthys in particular. From start to finish, everything was simple and easy. Our trip has been tremendous and we would fully recommend…
Craig and Sue Wood
Every one was so helpful in making the arrangements. The booking people helped in all the questions we had, they were polite and helpful. The tour and lodge were amazing. Every one was helpful and very interesting to talk to. They made our…
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It took one e-mail to Discover Africa (very friendly and competent staff), one phone call for details and one phone call for minor modifications and in the end we had a perfect holiday experience - a magical Botswana safari as they titled…
I am giving below my feedback about all aspect of the trip from 24th May to 5th June, 2016. a) Accommodation at Johannesburg, Victoria Falls, Skukuza Rest Camp, Kruger National Park and Cape Town was well located with comfortable rooms as…
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