• Selinda Camp, Botswana

About Selinda Camp, Linyanti Wildlife Reserve

About Selinda Camp, Linyanti Wildlife Reserve

Selinda Camp is a beautiful camp located in the private Selinda concession. A luxury camp providing access to some thrilling game viewing. Walking safaris, game drives and night drives are all possible here.

Selinda Camp is situated in 330 000 acres of pure wilderness and is owned by world renowned wildlife photographers and videographers, Beverly and Dereck Joubert.

The luxury safari tents are built on raised platforms, under a thatch roof. Each tent has a private veranda, where guests can enjoy the sights, sounds and smells of the African wilderness.  A wine cellar, plunge pool, library and art gallery complete this stunning Botswana safari camp.

Lodge Details


An small boutique-style safari camp.


Offering some of the best game viewing in Africa, Stanley’s Camp is situated on the southern tip of Chief’s Island on a 260,000 acre private concession. Bordering the southern section of the Moremi Game Reserve, the camp is nestled between large ebony and sausage trees and blends in seamlessly with its environment. Tents are gathered around a small sitting and dining area, which affords magnificent views over the floodplains of the Okavango Delta.

Accommodation & Facilities

This is one of the smallest camps in Botswana and has an intimate feel with excellent standards of accommodation and service.

Each of the eight classic-styled safari tents have en-suite facilities and private balconies with hammocks, where guests can relax in the warm African sunshine. The main communal area is on raised decking overlooking the floodplains - perfect for spotting the abundant wildlife here.

Facilities include a small swimming pool and open plan lounge/dining area. Evenings are often spent relaxing around the log fire, taking in the sites and sounds of the African plain.


Fine cuisine is complemented by an expertly selected range of South African wines.


Day and night time game drives operate in 4x4 vehicles. Game walks with well-trained guides are on offer, during which, Stanley Camp’s resident herd of elephant can often be seen. Mokoro (dugout canoe) excursions are an option, when water levels are sufficiently high.

Child Policy

Children under 9 years old are not permitted at Stanley’s Camp.

Want to stay here?

Contact one of our Destination Specialists to start planning your journey to include a stay here. Please note we recommend a budget of from £7,000 / $10,000 USD per person for our style of trip to this destination.

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