Linyanti Bush Camp

Linyanti, Botswana


Our Rating

Trip Advisor

Room Type

6 Meru-style tents: 5 Twin, 1 Double

Child Policy

Children Ages 7+


Pool, lounge and bar


Bush Walks, Game Drives, Fishing, Mokoro


About This Accommodation

Ideal for peak season game viewing, this camp is situated in a private concession in the Linyanti/Selinda region.

Linyanti Bush Camp is a tented safari camp in an excellent location. It is spacious and functional, with comfortable beds, en-suite bathrooms with flush toilets, and hot water.

The camp offers good game-viewing with excellent guides and a wide range of activities. The dry season offers sightings of large herds of elephant as well lions and other predators. Activities include game drives, bush walks, game viewing from hides, fishing and mokoro safaris.

We like the sense of remoteness you get while in Linyanti – the feeling that you are in the bush with no one else for miles around. The wildlife may be a little lean during wet season, so we recommend visiting between June and September.

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What Our Clients Think

Linyanti was very nice and in a great location. The staff was outstanding, the rooms were very comfortable, and the food was quite good. We had terrific game drives in stunning settings."

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