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Even amongst the most discerning of travellers, the Linyanti Channel is fast becoming Botswana’s most sought-after wildlife haven. Nestled between the Okavango Delta and Chobe National Park, Linyanti is a rich yet diverse ecosystem that is fed by a permanent river flow. At the core of this wildlife haven is Linyanti Ebony, this intimate camp is made up of just four tents making it perfect for a more private and family oriented safari lodge experience. A unique place where you can embrace the “digital detox” and slip into the rhythm of an authentic and game-filled safari experience.

Built on raised decking overlooking the Linyanti Marsh, Linyanti Ebony is an intimate tented camp granting panoramic views of its exquisite natural setting. The camp’s mindful design offers an authentic, eco-conscious base from which to explore this significant wilderness. The main area encompasses an expansive lounge and dining area, sparkling plunge pool, cosy fire circle and boma; the perfect place to strengthen family ties on your Chobe safari. The spacious two-bedroom family tent has a self-contained lounge area and private deck looking out over the wetlands plus, a spacious en-suite bathroom that features a shower and roll-top bath. Larger family groups or parties of friends travelling together can reserve Linyanti Ebony exclusively with a minimum of eight people.

Linyanti Ebony is home to some fantastic wildlife including a healthy population of predators such as lion, wild dog and several more elusive species delighting our guests year-round. Your memorable Chobe family safariis characterised by serene, sweeping scenes awaits. Evening time, our guests are treated to a concert of honking hippos and chirruping frogs, the perfect backing track to an al-fresco meal served beneath a star-studded night sky.  Explore the pristine riverine ecosystem of a Chobe safari on foot or cruise through the crystal-clear waterways on an expertly guided mokoro trip, marvelling at the bird and aquatic life as you go.

-Linyanti Ebony


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  • Meagan Mather
    Meagan Mather
    3 months ago

    We stayed at Linyanti Bush Camp, and it was amazing!!! The camp was beautiful, and the team was wonderful! Our guide, Chester, was FANTASTIC! He became family and we miss him dearly! We even saw a pangolin which was insane! Shoutout to KG for amazing bedtime stories and always making us laugh! Thank you, ABC Team!

  • Jane Cauilan
    Jane Cauilan
    2 months ago

    After 200 kms of deep sand driving, fortunately with our hi-lux 4x4 we had a fantastic trip, and we reached a fantastic place. The location is super, the service, the food and the staff are great. We suggest this camp without any doubt. Special thanks for our guide, Joe, especially to his passion and enthusiast explaining to us the details of the animals and nature. He should be an Ethology Professor in the university that way he explains the wildlife.

  • CastellPlaya - Michelle

    We camped here for 2 nights and loved it. Surrounded by elephants, baboons and birds. Getting booked was a nightmare as they are so disorganised. The drive to Linyanti in a 4x4 was difficult and long.

  • Gemma van der Vlugt
    Gemma van der Vlugt
    6 months ago

    Exceptional camp in a picturesque position on the Linyanti Marsh. Beautiful tents, luxury bedding, perfect service. All inclusive everything - including daily laundry, great wine and delicious food (especially the baking)! We loved breakfast by the campfire every morning and the hippos and elephants right outside our tent at night. The team at Linyanti were not like staff, they were like friends and we miss them dearly already. Our every need was anticipated from start to finish, the guides were so knowledgeable with perfectly spoken english - walking encyclopaedias. We were surprised and delighted with special sundowners and pop-up dining experiences in the most delightful of places. We had our two year old ‘junior guide’ with us and the team were so kind and helpful in making him feel at home. He had an absolute blast. To top it off we saw so many animals, the Linyanti Conservatory is quite diverse from grasslands to marsh to bush. Some of the animals we saw were lion, leopard, wild dogs, elephant, zebra, hyena, giraffe, buffalo, hippo, and many many more including plentiful and varied bird life.

  • N.E. C.
    N.E. C.
    a year ago

    My wife and I stayed at Linyanti Bush Camp on our honeymoon, what a dream. Fantastic accommodations, and the staff was super friendly and fun. We had great discussions and laughs with the manager Jess and our host Sally, who joined us for most meals. A shoutout to the chefs! Especially chef Valentine and her amazing food! The camp surroundings and game drives were also beautiful and full of wildlife. Highly recommend this camp.

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