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Great Plains Conservation Selinda Explorers Camp 4.0


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  • Great wildlife spotting
  • Intimate setting -- on the Selinda Spillway, with no more than 8 guests
  • Delicious food and beverages
  • Experienced and knowledgeable guide
  • Foam bedrolls for sleeping


  • Secluded area means no modern conveniences
  • Wild animals can occasionally be dangerous

Bottom Line

The Selinda Explorers Camp is a wildlife adventure that takes place along the Selinda Spillway, offered from May to October. Camp is set up with tents in secluded spots along the water -- far from modern conveniences such as electricity and flushing toilets, but as luxe as camping can get, with great meals and an attentive staff that does all of the setting up and packing up for you. The trip's highlight comes during the day, when wildlife such as elephants, hippos, and giraffes can be spotted. But winding down under the stars, cocktail in hand, with the sound of Africa all around you, is pretty hard to beat as well.

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In northern Bostwana, along the Selinda Spillway

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The Selinda Explorers Club sits along the Selinda Spillway in northern Botswana, on the private, 320,000-acre Selinda Reserve. 

To reach the camp, visitors must take a short plane ride to the Selinda Airfield and then a three-hour drive. Flights from Maun and Kasane both fly to the Selinda Airfield.

  • 45-minute flight from Maun to Selinda Airfield, or 50-minute flight from Kasane to Selinda Airfield
  • 3-hour drive from Selinda airfield to the start of the trail

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Selinda River

Also Known As

  • Selinda Canoe Trail

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