Kwando, Selinda & Linyanti

Stretching from the west and sandwiched between Chobe National Park and the great Kwando and Linyanti rivers of the north, these three vast expanses each containing just two or three lodges and measuring upwards of 1,250km², are run as separate private concessions.

With no fences between them and neighbouring Chobe, game-viewing is excellent, especially for predators. From the Kwando and Linyanti’s riverine forests and open flood plains, to Selinda’s magical spillway – a narrow stretch of water linking the Okavango and Linyanti which can simultaneously flow in both directions in years of heavy flood – each reserve has a different habitat with its own draws. As well as traditional game drive and boating activities, the lodges in the Selinda concession also cater for the more adventurous traveller offering horse-riding, walking safaris and even multi-day canoe trails.

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