Other camps in the area, including Linyanti Bush Camp and Linyanti Ebony, are also small and private, which means that the region is never overrun with lots of travelers and ensuring a safari here is always productive, authentic and enjoyable. The Botswana wilderness in this area remains remarkably unspoiled and teeming with animals.
Why choose Saile Tented Camp:
- A very authentic, close to nature experience
- Fantastic, personal service
- Some of the best game viewing in the region
Staying at Saile:
Six tents sleep a maximum of 12 guests. Generator power runs the camp which has ensuite bathrooms with bucket showers and flushing toilets.
While Saile is one of the more rustic and basic camps in the area, the food (all prepared for you) is of a very high standard, and the service always attentive and excellent. Expect freshly baked bread from the open fire pit and more.
The camp is open from the 1st of April to the 31st of October and is a 40-minute drive from the nearest airstrip.
Elephant, lion, buffalo, wild dog, giraffe, leopard, and zebra are plentiful in the Chobe enclave, and a lot of wildlife wander right through the camps. Bird watchers also have plenty to see here. In addition to the bush walks, day and night drives and bird-watching, there are also river-based activities including river safaris and fishing (dependent on the time of year and water levels).