The Linyanti Wildlife Reserve

The Linyanti Wildlife Reserve offers one of Africa's most exhilarating wildlife experiences.  The area covers 275,000 acres  of prime wildlife country situated between the Okavango and Chobe regions.  Yet, there are only 26 rooms in 3 small camps that are allowed to access the game drive areas of this reserve. 

To put this into perspective, the Linyanti Wildlife Reserve is just about double the size of the Sabi Sands Reserve in South Africa.

The Sabi Sand Reserve successfully houses over a thousand beds in world famous lodges like Singita, Londolozi, Mala Mala, Sabi Sabi and many others. 

Space and privacy are what sets this reserve aside - as well as its brilliant wildlife concentrations. 

Elephants are one of the reserves prime attractions - especially in our winter months when they are forced to congregate along the waterways and around the waterholes of the area when the rainfall filled depressions and pans of the interior dry up.  At times the reserve must have several thousand elephants roaming around.  

Red Lechwe, Zebra, Wildebeest, Impala, Waterbuck, Sable, Roan, Eland, Giraffe, Baboon, Monkey, Warthog, Crocodile and Buffalo are some of the other animals to be found here.

Then there are the predators ~

Lion, Leopard, Cheetah, Wild Dog and Hyena ~

and the nocturnal animals ~

Bushbabies, Spring Hare, Aardwolf, Serval, Genet, Pangolin ~ and the smaller predators.

Birding is great here ~ from the Okavango "specials", such as Slaty Egret, Whiterumped Babblers and Wattled Cranes, to the bushveld species.

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