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Why Visit Botswana?

  • Vast stretches of untouched, un-fenced wilderness with unrivaled game viewing
  • One of the largest game populations in Southern Africa
  • Annual zebra migration
  • The Big Five as well as the rare and endangered African wild dog
  • Over 600 indigenous bird species
  • Home to the world’s largest inland delta and UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Okavango Delta
  • The largest elephant herds in the world in Chobe National Park
  • Over 3 500 San rock paintings at the World Heritage Site of the Tsodilo Hills

Camp Linyanti should be visited by anyone passionate about raw Africa and favours safari quality over luxury accommodation. This uncrowded north-western corner of Chobe National Park is a water wonderland which makes it appealing for game viewing as well as game drives. The accommodation at Camp Linyanti sings of traditional safari, blending in with the environment and keeping things simple, yet elegant. There are 5 individual canvas tents, elevated slightly from the ground with stairs leading onto private wooden decks, and up to the interior of these unique, circular tents.


  • The camp consists of only 5 Meru-style safari tents on elevated decks, with outdoor showers.
  • The vast floodplains of Linyanti stretches out towards Namibia’s Caprivi Strip, providing striking views.
  • The Linyanti is known as one of the game rich regions in Botswana.
  • Camp Linyanti has numerous boats which are used for sundowner and safari cruises.
  • Perched on a wetland oasis overlooking the Linyanti lagoon.
  • During the dry winter season the area is teeming with elephant herds.
  • This area is home to two zebra migrations –a wildlife spectacle not to be missed.

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  • Location

    Camp Linyanti is located in the Chobe National Park. The camp overlooks a large lagoon on the Linyanti floodplain and has sweeping views of the Namibia’s Caprivi Strip. The constantly appearing and disappearing Savuti channel is a mysterious geographical phenomenon that has created area world-renown for prime game viewing. The Savuti and Linyanti area attracts migrating herds of zebra and plenty of predator activity. Guests can expect to see a variety of wildlife, including elephant, buffalo, zebra, and predators. Sable, the brown hyena and Cape hunting dog are just a few of the rare animals to look out for while on safari in the Chobe region.
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  1 Dec 2018 to 31 Marc 2019
Camp Linyanti Closed
  1 Apr 2019 to 30 Jun 2019
Camp Linyanti US$ 555
  1 July 2019 to 31 Oct 2019
Camp Linyanti US$ 660
  November 2019
Camp Linyanti US$ 555
  • Side bed lamps
  • Individually controlled air-conditioning
  • Extra blankets
  • Private bathroom
  • Outdoor shower
  • Dressing table
  • 5 Meru-style tents
  • Private balconies in rooms
  • One honeymooner tent
  • Maximum of 10 guests at a time
  • Twin sharing/triples on request
  • Solar power heating


  • Twice-daily game drives
  • Daily boat activity
  • Birding

A Typical Day on Safari

This is a rough schedule of how a typical day on safari looks like. This is always scheduled to change due to weather and other factors. You will need to be
flexible – rangers and guides will focus on where there is wildlife and the best method of viewing the best of what Botswana has to offer. The times below are
merely a suggestion of what to expect.

05:30 – 06:30: A simple early morning snack of cereals, yoghurts and fruit is served before departing on the game drive.
09:30 – 10:30: Return from your game drive and enjoy a full breakfast
10:30 – 13:30: Leisure time and boat activity.
13:30/14:00: Lunch
14:00 - 16:00: Afternoon tea is served before the afternoon game drive which normally departs at 16:00.
20:00: Return from your game drive and enjoy a boma dinner


Camp Linyanti is located in the Chobe National Park.The camp overlooks a large lagoon on the Linyanti floodplain and has sweeping views of the Namibia’s Caprivi Strip.

How to Get There

The easiest way to Camp Linyanti is via air. A light air transfer takes 50 minutes from Maun and 40 minutes from Kasane.
Camp Linyanti is easily accessible via road and will take roughly 2 hours drive from the airstrip to camp.

GPS CO-ORDINATES: S18° 16’228 and E23° 56’163

General Travel Info


Malaria is prevalent during the mid to late rainy season (January to May) but one should always take precautionary measures. Consult your local GP for
preventative malaria prophylaxis. There are ways to avoid being bitten. Use insect repellents on your skin, sleep under mosquito nets, use the air-conditioner
and during the day wear light long sleeved clothing.


The Chobe National Park is made up of a diverse habitat comprising sandy areas with small shrubs in the northern reaches of the Kalahari, vast floodplains,
swamps, woodlands and the mighty perennial Chobe River. With such a range of habitats, it is no surprise that the area attracts a plethora of wildlife.
Chobe is known as the land of giants because it has one the largest population of elephants in the world.
Coupled with this, lion prides and buffalo can be found in abundance.


  • All meals, game activities, and local drinks (soft drinks, local beer & house wines)


  • Visa costs
  • Imported alcoholic drinks
  • Light aircraft transfers
  • Travel Insurance

Children policy

  • Children are welcome at all lodges.
  • Children aged 6-11 pay 50% of the adult rate 

Single supplements

No single supplements apply in 1 December 2017 to 31 March 2018 & 1 April 2017 to 30 June 2018 & November 2018, however a 50% single supplement applies at Camp Savuti and Camp Linyanti in High Season.


  • Camp Linyanti will be closed from November 2017 - March 2018 and from November 2018 - March 2019.
  • Rates are per person per night sharing and are quoted in US$.
  • Multiple night stay rates are valid across all Footsteps in Africa Camps & Lodges.
  • Group rates available on request.
  • Families travelling with children under the age of 11 years to Camp Linyanti are required to book a private vehicle for the duration of their stay.
  • Please note that all transfers quoted are subject to change without prior notice. However, rates quoted for confirmed bookings will be honoured.

  • All accommodation rates quoted are subject to change without prior notice. However, rates quoted for confirmed bookings will be honoured.
  • We have a luggage restriction of 20kg per person including hand luggage in soft, hold-all-type bags; (no hard suitcases or frames) for all light aircraft transfers.

  • Visa fees, where applicable, are not included. Departure taxes, on internal transfers within Botswana, are.

Cancellation policy for Groups:

  • No. of days prior to arrival Applicable policy / cancellation fee
  • 90- 76 20% of total value of reservation. 
  • 75 – 61 30% of total value of reservation. 
  • 60 -30 50% of total value of reservation.
  • 30 or less 100% of total value of reservation. 

All guests travelling must be covered by their own fully comprehensive travel and medical insurance policy valid from the date that they confirm the booking with us. If another GROUP booking is received; you will be informed in writing to secure your reservation with a written confirmation within 5 working days. Failure to revert back to us within the 5 working days will result in an automatic cancellation of the entire reservation.


Camp Linyanti - Maun R220

Camp Linyanti - Tuskers R305

Camp Linyanti - Xobega R220

Camp Linyanti - Vamp Savuti R220


On the Trails of Botswana circuit, Camp Linyanti is accessed via a light air transfer into the Saile airstrip. From there it is a road transfer into camp. To get between Camp Lintanti and Kasane and/or Maun would be via a flight, in addition to between Xobega and Camp Linyanti.

To move between Camp Linyanti and Tuskers will be a flight to or from Maun and a road transfer to or from Tuskers Bush Camp. To transfer guests between Camp Linyanti and Camp Savuti, you would need to fly them via their airstrips of Saile and Savuti and respectively.

Airstrip transfers

Saile airstrip to Camp Linyanti: approx 1.5 hours via road




  • Activities


    Game drives walking bird watching night drives
  • Activities


    boating fishing mokoro safaris
  • Age restriction

    Age restriction

    Not recommended for children below 7 years (see child policy) Children under the age of 16 are not able to do walking safaris however nature walks around camp are on offer
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