Located in a region bordering Selinda Concession to the west, Chobe National Park to the east and the Caprivi Strip in Namibia to the north, the Linyanti Concession is a key watering hole during the dry season for many wildlife migration. Spanning over 1,250 square kilometres dominated by large areas of mopane woodlands and marshes of the Savuti Channel, this is the meeting point of some of the most astonishing game that dramatically increase as the season changes offering one of the best safari experiences in Botswana.
Why the Linyanti Concession?
The Linyanti Concession boasts an unparalleled variety of wildlife with strong populations of buffalo, elephant, migratory zebra, Sable antelope, kudu, lechwe, impala, lion, leopard, giraffe, hyena, hippo amongst many others. A large variety of birds also flock to river banks and flood plains during the rainy season.