Great Plains Conservation has opened the Selinda Camp in northern Botswana.
The safari camp’s three one-bedroom tented units have canvas ceilings and thatched roofs. Each unit has a shaded open-sided lounge that overlooks a private plunge pool and the Selinda Spillway beyond.
The two-bedroom Selinda Suite comes with dedicated staff, wildlife guide and private vehicle.
Arrival at the camp is by game drive followed by a boat trip into camp (water levels depending). Activities include day and night game drives, walking, boating and catch-and-release fishing (subject to water levels) in the private, 130 000-hectare Selinda Reserve.
A new spa offers a variety of treatments, there is an interactive show kitchen, and each unit comes with the complimentary use of Canon professional camera equipment and Leica binoculars. – Tourism Update