The Selinda Reserve is a 300,000 acre private wildlife sanctuary in the northern part of Botswana.
The reserve centres around the famous Selinda Spillway which weaves its way through the reserve, linking the outer reaches of the Okavango Delta in the west with the Linyanti Swamps in the east. As it is upstream of the Savuti system and west of the Chobe it has all the advantages of excellent game and bird viewing but with the huge advantage of being away from the main tourist routes.
Wild dogs are known for denning in this area and many of our guests have superb photographs on record over the years. There are cheetah about as well as good prides of lion, hyena, jackal and leopard.
Selinda is part of the Great Plains Project, geared towards conservation tourism.
Selinda offers off-roading, night game drives, fishing, guided walks, water and photographic safaris, and the Selinda Canoe Trail