This large concession, 2500 square km in extent, is the most remote portion of the Chobe National Park. Functioning effectively as a private concession, the two camps here have it all to themselves. This remote nature makes it a hideaway from the otherwise busy sections of the park. The prime location on the Linyanti River affords it excellent dry season wildlife viewing, particularly for large elephant herds. The arrival of the first rains results in significant wildlife dispersal; however, it remains a very lovely area for general game and birding.
Linking the Okavango Delta in the south and the Chobe to the east, this 1,250 square km wildlife heartland is dominated by large areas of mopane woodlands interrupted by a mix of plains, marshes and riverine woodland. This diverse matrix of ecosystems, combined with its vital location at the crossroads of two major protected areas, ensures dynamic wildlife viewing. Linyanti offers spectacular birding year round and is famous for its large herds of elephants visiting the Linyanti River on the concession’s northern edge. Strong populations of lion, and wild dog are highlights as well as the rare roan and sable antelopes. Leopard and cheetah are also regularly seen.
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