Linyanti Ebony Camp

Linyanti Ebony Camp

Linyanti Ebony Camp is a small, intimate retreat built on raised platforms overlooking the Linyanti River and Marsh, a game-rich area situated between Chobe proper and the Okavango.

Linyanti Ebony Camp is situated on the shoulder of Chobe National Park in the little-visited Linyanti region. This unique, game-rich area is located between the Okavango and Chobe proper, allowing for a greater diversity of game (and of game-viewing activities) than is possible in either of these two regions.

Linyanti Ebony Camp is a small, intimate retreat built on raised platforms overlooking the Linyanti River and marsh. As the only water source for miles around, the Linyanti attracts a huge variety of game, both desert-adapted and water-adapted. The game viewing here is generally excellent, particularly during the dry season, when the marsh becomes an important source of water for game migrating to the Okavango from Chobe.

Ebony Camp is the sister camp to the slightly larger Linyanti Bush Camp. Both are permanent camps that are open all year-round.

Accommodation

Linyanti Ebony Camp is a very small, very personal camp, with only four tents, accommodating a maximum of ten people. There are three standard tents, accommodating two people each, and one family unit with a double bed and two twin beds. All are luxury en-suites. The family unit can be booked as a honeymoon suite.

Its small size, combined with its remote location in the Linyanti (where there are only a handful of permanent camps), gives Ebony Camp a very exclusive feel.

Dining

The food at Ebony Camp is marvellous from our experience. Meals are usually served communally in the public dining and lounge area, and the camp guides will typically dine with the guests. Those who wish to dine privately can do so.

Facilities

Splash pool
Lounge and bar
Elevated viewing deck

Activities

4x4 game drives (day and night)
Mokoro safaris
Fishing
Boating
Helicopter safari
Guided walks

Child Policy

Children of all ages are welcome at Linyanti Ebony Camp, however those under 16 will not be able to join the walking safaris (nature walks around the camp are an alternative option).