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Okavango Shinde Concession
, sometimes spelled Shindi
and also known as NG21
, is a private safari area located to the north of the Okavango Delta
in northern Botswana
The concession covers around 350 square kilometres and is restricted to around 54 guests in four small camps, around 6 square kilometres per person, which represents a relatively low visitor density.
The area contains a full range of ecosystems including a very extensive network of deep-water lagoons and channels, shallow seasonal floodplains and stands of hardwood forest, plus some limited areas of permanent grasslands. In parts it is extremely scenic.
Shinde was one of the first areas of the Okavango to convert from hunting to photographic safari back in the 1980's. Back in those days concessions were not granted on an exclusive basis as they are today, so the camps here are shared between two different operators.SeasonsAccommodationTrips