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Bush Camps and Lodges



Singita Private Game Reserve

Eagle Island Camp

Eagle Island Camp’s shaded location amidst the Okavango’s most pristine, wildlife-rich landscapes—vast floodplains, tranquil waterways and palm-lined islands— allows for convenient exploration on foot, in a boat or by safari vehicle. For a different perspective, we take to the skies for our included helicopter game viewing, the only such program in Botswana. The warm, modern decor of the richly-appointed tents—from four poster beds to furnished private decks—stands in stark contrast to the primeval wilderness outside. An amazing Botswana Bush Camp.

Savute Elephant Camp

Savute Elephant Camp

An oasis of comfort in a dry and otherworldly landscape, the twelve lavish tents at Savute Elephant Camp epitomize luxury in rough surroundings. Savor a meal in one of the camp’s three separate dining venues, including the reed-fringed “boma,” and appreciate the cosiness of your furnished private outdoor lounge. The camp is so close to a waterhole that you won’t even have to leave camp to witness nature at its most dramatic.

Khwai River Lodge

Khwai River Lodge

Nestled on the edge of a leadwood and fig tree forest, this lodge is one of the oldest and most revered in Botswana. This luxurious camp features all the refinements of a fine hotel under traditional African thatched roofs. The charming compound offers a teak viewing deck, gym and spa facilities and a bar with a fireplace, perfect for unwinding after a day of discovery. Guided safari walks, village visits and stargazing presentations are available in addition to game drives.



A bastion of elegance in the unspoiled Kwando River Concession, Lebala Camp's tents are set on a shady lawn with a view of the lagoon...a romantic place to watch night's descent over the African sky. Each tent has views over huge tracts of plains and wetlands-an intricate labyrinth of waterways, reed beds, islands, bush and scrub. Crisscrossed by centuries-old migratory trails, this is prime area for viewing elephant, buffalo, zebra and wildebeest.




Deluxe in the extreme, Sandibe Safari Lodge's eight intimate thatched cottages-complete with private gameviewing decks-add to the charm of the Okavango Delta's watery wilderness. Papyrus-lined channels and lush lagoons offer an ideal setting for leisurely meanderings by traditional "mekoro" dug-out canoes. Back at the lodge, cool off in the swimming pool or enjoy Pan-African cuisine in the candlelit outdoor "boma." Here, time falls away and Africa captures your soul.




With only 12 beds, Selinda's quiet intimacy mimics the wilderness in which it stands. In addition to exploring vast grasslands and mopane forests, there is excellent fishing at nearby Zibadianja Lagoon. Savour fine vintages from the wine cellar, and sip tea with a view of the floodplain. The Meru tents-set on the Selinda Spillway-offer en suite bathrooms, exquisite decor, and private verandas. Selinda infuses modern comforts with an old-world safari feel.



Jack's Camp

Years ago, a certain spot so entranced Jack Bousfield that he set up camp there. Today, that place along the otherworldly Makgadikgadi Salt Pans, is Jack's Camp, a remote oasis in a rugged crossroads of wildlife. This lavish camp introduces guests to the desert's denizens, including prolific wildlife and the rapidly vanishing Bushmen of the Kalahari. Infused with an explorer's sensibility, Jack's Camp is an indulgent escape in a captivating landscape.


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