Selinda Game Reserve
The Selinda Reserve is a 320 000 acre (129 500 hectare) private wildlife sanctuary in northern Botswana. The famous Selinda Spillway, which links the Okavango Delta to the Linyanti and Kwando wetlands and rivers, meanders through the area.
Abundant wildlife is attracted to the vast floodplains and grasslands along the river, with large numbers of elephant and vast herds of buffalo congregating around the Zibadianja Lagoon in the dry winters. Predator viewing is also exceptional, including lion, leopard, wild dog and cheetah.
- The Selinda Reserve is one of Africa’s great wildlife reserves. Part of the Great Plains Conservation project, spearheaded by National Geographic photographers and filmmakers Derek and Beverley Joubert.
- Selinda borders Linyanti to the East and the Kwando reserve to the North.
- The Selinda Spillway is a usually dry channel that connects the Linyanti river system to the Okavango. On the rare occasion that these channels connect, Selinda springs to life with a game density that is hard to beat anywhere.
Min 20°C/69°F Max 30°C/86°F
Min 6°C/42°F Max 25°C/78°F
- Best Time to TravelYear Yound
- Traveling with ChildrenChildren over the age of 12 are welcome.
- WildlifeThis area is home to massive elephant herds in dry season and boasts year-round populations of antelope, zebra, cheetah, wild dog and lion.
- LanguagesEnglish is widely spoken throughout Botswana.
- Flying to BotswanaFrequent flights link Johannesburg to Maun and Kasane - the gateways to the national parks and wildlife areas.
- CurrencyThe currency is Pula (P); US Dollars are widely accepted.
Enhance Your Experience With
- Selinda Canoe Trail
- Photographic Safari
- Game Drives
- Night Game Drive
- Guided Walks
Situated in a remote location on the famous Selinda Spillway, Selinda Explorers Camp offers an authentic taste of classical safari with a modern twist
The intimate Zarafa Camp is situated near the pristine Zibadianja Lagoon. Here, guests can immerse themselves in the atmosphere of a bygone era
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