WHY TRAVEL HERE?
The Linyanti Reserve is a private concession covering 125,000 hectares or around 500km²
Linyanti is well known for its large populations of elephant and buffalo, which congregate in vast numbers, especially during the dry season.
Wildlife includes the rare roan and sable antelope and the endangered wild dog.
Plains game and their predators, including lion, hyaena, and leopard – with the endangered wild dog – are prevalent.
The Linyanti region is closely connected to the Savute area, and the majority of the unusual Savute Channel flows through the area.
Linyanti has a vastly different ecosystem to the rest of the Chobe National Park.
The Linyanti Marshes were formed where the river makes a 90 degree turn due to a geological faultline and are the only water source for miles around
The marshes attract both water- and desert-adapted wildlife, plus spectacular birding all year round.
Contact Our Specialists
Air transfers are regularly made from Maun and vehicles from private camps do the ground transfers.
It is possible to self drive at certain times of the year, so please do contact us for more information if you would like to look at this option.