Botswana | all-inclusive, eco-friendly, family, group, honeymoon, safari, sustainable, tailor-made | safari-tented | private, reserve, river | luxury
Selinda Camp reopened in 2019, and is themed around the village of Sangwali, which used to be home to 3000 warriors and even loaned the explorer David Livingstone 200 men to aid him in his travels. The camp is partly owned by famous film-makers Derek and Beverley Joubert, who worked on the National Geographic film “Birth of a Pride”, which showcased the famous Selinda Lion pride. Selinda Camp is inspired by and celebrates European, Mokololo and Bayei cultures who all have links to this area. The Camp is themed around the thatched village of Sangwali, and pays homage to the elements; water in the form of blue décor; air, through billowing silks hanging from the lounge area’s ceiling and earth, represented through fresh, home-grown meals. Three guests tents, all covered in thatch offer a luxury and comfortable stay. All come complete with large ensuite bathrooms, private verandas and refreshing swimming pools. The main area of the camp is authentic and relaxing with high roofs, soft lighting and comfortable sofas perfect for relaxing and enjoying the view after a day of game excursions.