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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. 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. 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.
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Do you have wi-do here and what type of plug adapter will I need for recharging my camera etc?
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There is WiFi by the Bar/Dining deck, which is sufficient for what one needs out in the remote bush. European 2 pin plugs are supported for re-charging, plus some others. With a normal travel adapter, you will be good.
Is there enough power in the tent to support a hairdryer or some place in the camp where you can use a hairdryer?
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Yes, power is limited but you can always fo to the main room for additional power.
How do you get to Linyanti by car? And what is the condition of the road? Can only find flights. Coming from Katimo. Tnx
You fly into an air strip about 45 minutes from from Linyanti and are picked up from the camp. The roads are dirt and in some places quite sandy requiring 4x4. Hope this helps
Considering visiting in January but wondered about the wildlife, as cannot find many reviews for that time of year, apart from one for December which said there were NO animals........ Also what water level can we expect during that time ? will we see any animals in the water ? Weather hot ? or manageable . Any information will be greatly appreceiated.
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We saw little game but that was in July - Lots of elephants and hippo in the water. Look for Thobolo's Bush Camp the owner lives in that area and will tell you all you need to know he has INCREDIBLE game at his camp
What is the difference between the Bush Camp and Ebony? Thanks
Hi Teri M Linyanti & Linyanti Ebony are situated within the same concession, very near each other. There is a similar design and ethos to both camps, the only difference being that Linyanti Ebony is purposefully designed to be able to accommodate families and groups, whereas Linyanti Bush Camp comprises of 6 luxury tents, twins or double (triples available on request). We hope that helps, should you need any more info please hesitate to get in touch. All the best, The African Bush Camps Team
"If you go in July take really warm clothing for the game drives. "Read full review
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"If you go in Winter (Southern Hemisphere) bring warm clothes for the evening and morning game drives!! "Read full review
"Since July is winter in Botswana, it does get chilly in the early mornings and evenings. Bring a winter hat and gloves for the game drives."Read full review
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