Selinda is one of the luxurious private concessions between Chobe and the Okavango Delta. Its plains teem with life, including a full suite of predators and lots of elephants. This was once a hunting concession, but now it’s preserving all the life.
As if in response, an ancient waterway has filled for the first time in 40 years, attracting new wildlife from hundreds of miles around. You will fly here and touch down on a dusty airstrip (it’s the only way in), to stay at a small and sustainable camp that’s open to the sounds of the wild.
The emphasis of your safari program will be on getting you out of the safari vehicle, or at least on doing atypical activities. Think nighttime drives, horseback safari, game walks and dugout canoe trips. It’s all done in a very special place, in a concession that’s among the very best in Africa.