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An intimate setting of three tents on the banks of Linyanti Marsh, where the wildlife is concentrated at the last remaining patches of water at the end of the dry season. Around every corner there was something to see. The animals for the most part...More
Response from AfricanBushCamps, Public Relations Manager at Linyanti Bush CampResponded 18 September 2017
Thank you for reviewing Linyanti Bush Camp. We are delighted you enjoyed your stay with us. It is certainly a lesson in cooperation and a beautiful example of cohabitation in the wild!
We are so proud of the team at Linyanti and how...More
This mobile tented camp was ideal for us, though it wouldn't suit those who are more interested in luxury than wildlife.
The tents are perfectly adequate in size and comfort, with an en suite chemical toilet and bucket shower in a separate section at the...More
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Response from AfricanBushCamps, Public Relations Manager at Linyanti Bush CampResponded 19 September 2016
Thank you so much for your lovely review of Saile Tented Camp. You are so lucky to have experienced those wildlife sightings and Stumpy is known to roam around camp.
Our Guides are well trained and take part in a Guide Training Workshop...More
We just spent 4 days at the Saile mobile tented camp and it was unbelievable,. Our guide, Isaiah, was perhaps the best guide we have had in over 40 lodges in southern Africa. The camp was rustic but the food was excellent. Imagine having a...More
My wife and I stayed at Saile Tented Camp on our fifth trip to beautiful Botswana via Ker and Downey's Footsteps program. We had visited Footsteps Across the Delta four times: our original guide, Peter Brandon, suggested we visit a different area. As they say...More
Wow, this really is camping in the wild. We love camping in our tent so are experienced campers but if you aren't a camper this might not be the place for you to stay. Things are a lot more primitive here than other tented camps...More