Linyanti – To the north-east of the Delta lies the 125 000-hectare private Linyanti Concession, an enormous wildlife-rich area shared between just three small camps, creating an unrivalled atmosphere of remoteness and space.
The main features of this area include the Linyanti River, the woodlands of the interior and the well known Savute Channel, famous as a sporadic and unusual watercourse. With over 50km of Linyanti River frontage and two thirds (50km) of the Savute Channel lying within the concession
Guests have exclusive access to the abundant game here. Large concentrations of zebra and giraffe abound, with additional species such as wildebeest, kudu and tsessebe attracting the predators for which the area is so well known. Leopard utilise the woodlands while lion, spotted hyaena and wild dog hunt here and on the adjoining grassland strongholds of the cheetah.