Selinda Explorers Camp is located in the 320,000 acre Selinda Reserve of northern Botswana. Built on the banks of the Selinda Spillway, this classic camp transports us back to the time of authentic safaris but with a modern twist and outstanding hospitality.
Enjoy leisure time under the canopy of African ebony and Mopane trees. If you are more active, take part in walks and canoeing. Selinda Explorers Camp is an ideal property for those guests who want to experience Botswana’s extraordinary wildlife but in the most private setting.
The camp sits in prime predator habitat. They handpicked the location based on exploration of this area for years. Lion, leopard and cheetah and the recently discovered Explorers Pack of African wild dog hunt these parts regularly. At the peak of the dry season in late September, they have documented the Selinda Reserve to hold up to 9,000 elephants. There is phenomenal bird life along the Spillway’s banks for those looking for that one in a lifetime sighting.
Why we like it
Camp sits in prime predator habitat
The camp’s involvement in a Conservation Education Program
Wild dog viewing
The old world charm of Selinda