Linyanti Bush Camp

Location: Chobe & Linyanti | Botswana

Price guide: £££££ More than £500 per person per night

With a diverse landscape of floodplains, open savannahs and sweeping forests, Linyanti Discoverer Camp offers guests an unforgettable insight into the region’s diverse wildlife and outstanding natural beauty. Glimpse lions and elephants on morning safari excursions, explore sprawling waterways by canoe during the afternoon, and dine under the stars by the campfire at night.
Perfect forAdventure lovers, looking for an authentic, ‘old-style’ safari experience.
In the knowWilderness Safaris (that own the Linyanti camps) make every effort to ensure that hunting, although legal, does not take place in the reserve, thus minimising the negative impacts of tourism and ensuring protection for the region’s magnificent wildlife.

Recommended for...

  • Family-friendly
  • Guiding
  • Hideaway
  • Honeymoon

Hotel Overview


Reached by light aircraft from Maun, guests are greeted and transferred to the exclusive Linyanti concession, covering 125,000 hectares near the western border of the Chobe National Park.

Rooms at Linyanti Discoverer Camp

Sleeping just eight guests, the five classic ‘Meru-style’ tents have been specially designed to offer an authentic taste of the bush whilst providing maximum comfort. The walk-in tents are spacious, feature traditional safari furniture, solar powered reading lamps and ensuite bathrooms.

Food and Facilities

The intimate, ‘old-safari’ style camp features a dining area, bar and a campfire, perfect for relaxing and swapping stories at the end of an adventurous day. At night, dine by the light of paraffin lamps, and enjoy the natural surroundings under a panoramic expanse of stars.

Activities at Linyanti Discoverer Camp

With its high concentration of game life, the Chobe National Park offers guests unique opportunities to see lions, elephants, buffalo and leopards in their natural habitat. Activities take place within the private concession, with day and night-time safaris in 4WDs, canoe excursions, and walking safaris to glimpse game and birds. Boating on the region’s magnificent waterways is a great chance to witness the many animals that come to quench their thirst. Rare species of antelope and endangered wild dogs can also be seen.

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