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Linyanti Chobe Enclave
is the most northerly of the four private concession areas that make up the Linyanti Waterfront
in northern Botswana
The concession covers a respectable 600 square kilometres and is restricted to just 40 guests in four small camps, so around 15 square kilometres per person, which is a relatively low guest density.
Unlike the three private concessions in this area, Chobe Enclave is a part of Chobe National Park, but which has been partitioned off for the exclusive use of a single safari operator.
The vast majority of this area is dry mopane woodland, of generally low wildlife density. The more interesting sections lie along the area's western border, where this open woodland fronts onto the Linyanti River, with views out over the wetlands of the Caprivi Heel.
The wildlife on this concession is as rich and varied as any in the Linyanti Waterfront
and especially strong for elephants, lions and leopards, during the May/Oct dry season it too thumps with wildlife.
The safari operator in this area is African Bushcamps, owned and operated by the lovely Beks Ndlovu from Zimbabwe, who is himself a very experienced safari guide and a lovely guy.
The area offers excellent safari guiding, which is particularly demonstrated on their very good walking safari. Activities also include vehicle safari, night vehicle safari, motorboat safari and canoe safari.
It should also me mentioned that the camps here may not necessarily offer quite the same level of facilities or polish as others in the Linyanti, but are considerably lower cost during the peak seasons.SeasonsAccommodationTrips