Botswana is a country of diverse beauty and outstanding wildlife. From the channels of the Okavango Delta, the world’s only inland delta, to the banks of the Selinda Spillway teeming with elephants, to the vast salt pans of the Makgadikgadi. Botswana offers an array of landscapes found nowhere else on earth and uniquely adapted flora and fauna. This varied landscape also lends itself to various ways to experience the country, from wildlife drives to guided bush walks to canoes and boating, all of which are available when staying with Great Plains Conservation.
Botswana is a country for travellers who value remoteness and exclusivity, with vast tracts of pristine wilderness home to healthy wildlife populations and an often explosive mix of predator and prey. Great Plains Conservation’s camps in Botswana epitomise the wonder that the country has to offer. We have several camps and experiences spread across almost 400,000 acres of private, conserved land. Some of which are leased from communities, some of which were former hunting concessions converted and protected by Great Plains Conservation more than a decade ago.
Great Plains Conservation’s two private reserves – the Duba Plains Concession and the Selinda Reserve – offer guests the chance to experience both the heart of the Okavango Delta as well as the unique Selinda region. The Selinda Reserve links the Okavango and Linyanti river systems and forms part of an expansive migratory corridor that connects the Okavango Delta with the Chobe National Park. No Great Plains Conservation property in Botswana is larger than six rooms offering travellers unparalleled exclusive wildlife viewing access to these stunning and remote wilderness areas.