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Botswana’s Best Luxury Camps for Glamping

by Sandy Salle on July 28, 2014

Botswana safari tours

Picture above of one of our African safari vacation clients, hanging out with the meerkats of the Kalahari in Botswana!

Venture back to the time when David Livingstone first explored the vast, untouched wildernesses of Africa on a glamping trip to Botswana.

Botswana is celebrated for its wild African safari tours and luxurious tented accommodations.

Below are some of our favorite tented accommodations for glamping in Botswana:

Jack’s Camp: Take a step back in time at Jack’s Camp in the Kalahari and the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans of Botswana. This boutique camp was founded by Jack Bousfield during a trapping expedition in the 60s and today is owned and operated by his son, Ralph, who refurbished the camp in 2003 with a traditional East African 1940s safari style.

Situated among one of the most wildlife-clad areas in all of Botswana, Jack’s Camp is a must-visit property for travelers who love to explore nature and relax in complete solitude. The camp is comprised of ten spacious canvas tents, that each overlook the vast Kalahari—perfect for observing wildlife from the comfort of your own suite.

Some of the wildlife that frequents Jack’s Camp includes flamingo, zebra, wildebeest, aardvark, gemsbuck, springbuck, hyena, and meerkats. In fact, seeing the meerkats up close and personal is one of the best things about Jack’s Camp!

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Image above of Jack’s Camp taken from the Uncharted Africa website

Selinda Explorers: Set along a remote region of Botswana’s wildlife-abundant Selinda Spillway, Selinda Explorer’s Camp brings guests through an authentic safari experience with the essence of luxury. Each of the camp’s four East-African-style tents were designed to bring guests closer to nature than ever before while providing extreme comfort, and modern amenities. And because there are only four tents at Selinda Explorer’s Camp, visitors experience the ultimate in exclusivity, personalized service, and hospitality.

At Selinda Explorer’s Camp, emphasis is placed primarily on relaxation. There is no rush to get out on early morning game drives and afternoon drives. Rather, guests enjoy the tranquility and abundant wildlife from the comfort of the camp, as well as canoe and walking safaris. Some of the wildlife famously spotted along the Selinda Spillway include elephant, lion, wild dog, hippo, buffalo, giraffe, egrets, wattled cranes, wild dog, zebra, wildebeest, hyena, impala, honey badger, aardwolf, and so much more!


Image above of Selinda Explorer’s Camp taken from Great Plains Conservation website

Linyanti Bush Camp: Experience Africa the way early explorers once did at the remote Linyanti Bush Camp in northern Botswana. Not only is the big game viewing exceptional here, but you’ll also have the opportunity to witness hundreds of species of bird—some of which are endemic to Botswana.

There are a variety of Botswana safari tours offered by Linyanti, each guided by highly knowledgeable safari guides, which include game drives, walking safaris, bird watching, night drives, boating, fishing, and mokoro safaris. Some of the animals you might witness during these tours include lion, hippo, red lechwe, sable, leopard, wild dog (a real treat!), and crocodile.

And when it comes to the accommodations at Linyanti Bush Camp, expect world-class service and beautifully appointed tents. The camp is comprised of 12 beds, so guests experience a completely intimate atmosphere with exceptional personalized service around the clock.


Image above of Linyanti Bush Camp taken from the African Bush Camps website

Zarafa Dhow Camp: The Zarafa Dhow Suites is one of the largest canvas tented accommodations in all of Africa and provides a private Botswana safari experience for discerning travelers looking to have a highly exclusive African safari vacation. The suites are set within Zarafa Camp’s 350,000-acre area within Selinda Reserve—one of the best African safari vacation destinations—and includes a private vehicle, safari guide, chef, manager, and entrance to the camp for guests.

At 2,260 sq. feet, the Dhow Suites can accommodate up to four guests and are perfect for travelers on an African family safari vacation and private groups. The Zarafa Dhow Suites include two main bedrooms, a central living and dining space, and a private pool and fireplace, and each unit features a fireplace, gorgeous copper bath, and private outdoor shower, in addition to an en-suite bathroom.

The Suites is booked on an all-inclusive basis, so guests can enjoy daily private morning and afternoon game drives, as well as Relais & Châteaux standard cuisine and alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages at no additional cost.


Image above of Zarafa Dhow Suites taken from Great Plains Conservation website



Mozambique’s “Castaway Chic” Beach Getaway – Vamizi Island Lodge

July 25, 2014
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TweetImage above Copyright Vamizi Island Lodge – taken from the Vamizi Island Lodge website Imagine a tropical paradise where miles of uninhabited beaches and lush vegetation span as far as the eye can see. And it’s all yours . . . On Vamizi Island, a slim oasis, off the coast of Mozambique, romantics, relaxation-seekers, and […]

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Using Cash & Your ATM & Credit Cards in Africa

July 23, 2014
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TweetSome of the most frequently asked questions by travelers who are about to embark on a trip to Africa are in regards to money and credit cards / ATM / Debit cards. First, it’s important to understand the basics of making payments in Africa. Typically, you will get a better exchange rate if you use […]

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Exploring the History of Cape Town on a Tour to Robben Island

July 21, 2014
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TweetArticle by Amanda Evans, CEO of Hills of Africa Travel Robben Island is truly a journey back in time. For those of you who do not know, Robben Island was primarily used as a prison for political figures and criminals from the 1600s, all the way until the mid 20th century. I felt so grateful […]

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Security Update for International Travel

July 18, 2014
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TweetThe U.S. Transportation Security Administration is requiring that all electronic devices be CHARGED in order for passengers to board any aircraft that is destined for the United States. Any uncharged cell phones, mobile devices, or other electronic devices will not be able to pass through security. There has not been any explanation as to why […]

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Top 9 Reasons to Take a Trip to Zambia

July 16, 2014
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TweetWhen most people think of taking a trip to Africa, the first destinations they mention they want to visit is typically South Africa, Tanzania, and Botswana. All those destinations are fantastic! But what most people don’t realize is that Zambia is one of Africa’s premier safari destinations and there are a lot of reasons why […]

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Best Johannesburg Tours to Experience History & Culture

July 14, 2014
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TweetImage to the left taken whilst visiting the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg Whether you’re in Johannesburg for corporate travel or for leisure travel, there are a wide variety of wonderful Johannesburg tours that enable you to discover the history and culture of the area. We offer a selection of private Johannesburg tours that are each […]

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6 Brilliant Ways to Fend Off Jet Lag

July 11, 2014
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TweetNothing is worse than stepping off a 16-hour flight feeling fatigued, dehydrated, dizzy, and irritable. Put all those horrible sensations together and you’ve got yourself full-blown jet lag. First, it’s important to understand what jet lag actually is. It in fact is a sleep disorder seen in many travelers that is caused by the aggravation […]

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The African Baboon – Watch Your Belongings!

July 9, 2014
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TweetArticle by Amanda Evans, CEO of Hills of Africa Travel Baboons. They are anything but timid. They are actually comfortable (a little too comfortable) hanging out near humans. Capetonians see these clever creatures as quite a nuisance. Their relative comfort and acclimatization over the years has made them bold and the hoards of tourists laughing […]

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What Adapter Do I Need for Africa?

July 7, 2014
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TweetImage of a South Africa adapter taken from So, you’ve booked your trip to Africa, now all you need to do is pack! One of the most common questions we get asked by travelers going on an African safari vacation is “what adapter do I need for Africa?” If you plan on bringing your […]

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