Spanning over 1,350 square kilometres in the north eastern regions of the Okavango Delta is the Selinda Concession in an area known as the Selinda Spillway, an ancient river that links the Okavango with the Linyanti and Kwando wetlands. This river had been dry for nearly 30 years until it started flowing in 2009. Set in one of the most pristine wilderness areas left on the planet, this is the undoubtedly home to one of the largest herds of elephants as well as the last bastion for the endangered African Wild Dog, also known as the "Painted Wolf".
Why the Selinda Concession?
As much as the Selinda Concession is renowned for its huge herd of elephant population and a thriving and healthy den of African Wild Dogs, this is also residence for a good pride of lions, hyena, sable antelope, honey badger, kudu, lechwe, hippo, white rhino, leopard, buffalo, zebra, giraffe, warthog and wildebeest and more. Due to its exclusivity, the Selinda Concession enjoys minimal visitors at any given day adding to the maximum game viewing pleasure.