Linyanti Bush Camp (African Bush Camps)
Linyanti Bush Camp is situated on the banks of Linyanti Marsh in a private reserve which borders the western boundary of Chobe in the Chobe Enclave. The marshes are the only water source for miles around and attract water-adapted and desert-adapted wildlife, plus large numbers of birdlife. The marshes also offer the ability to undertake a diversity of activities.
Linyanti Bush Camp is an intimate 12-bedded tented camp, featuring large East African Meru-style tents. The camp offers guests a choice of one double tent with a king-size bed or five twin tents with two twin beds in each tent. All tents have en-suite facilities with running hot showers and flush toilet, plus a comfortable sofa with a writing desk, chest of drawers and a cupboard.
Each tent is strategically positioned to offer spectacular views of Linyanti Marsh. The camp is available on special request with the inclusion of Linyanti Ebony for groups of up to 20 guests travelling together.
Linyanti Bush Camp offers a diverse range of water and land activities throughout the year. Motorboats and Mekoro provide a chance to experience the incredible numbers of bird, plant and reptile species found in the Linyanti Marsh. Game drives are conducted in comfortable, specially-designed open safari vehicles. In addition, night drives are offered on the private concession. Guided walks are available with a highly experienced professional guide. Fishing is also offered with the tilapia being the most popular catch.
• Small and intimate camp ensures a personalised and exclusive experience off the main tourist routes
• Private reserve location allows for off road game drives and night drives in addition to the usual game drives, game walks, fishing, Mekoro excursions and boat trips
• Area is home to large populations of elephant and buffalo that congregate in vast numbers, especially during the dry season
• Lion, sable, roan, leopard, wild dog, red lechwe, hippo, crocodile and the rare and elusive sitatunga antelope can be found in the surrounding marshes
• Spectacular birding all year round due to its location on the bank of a marsh and its proximity to the Linyanti River