|Selinda Walking Trails Ngamiland|
Location: Walking Safaris operate in an area north of Selinda Camp, with two nights spent at Mokoba and Tshwene fly camps in the northern reaches of a 1350km2 private concession area, known as The Selinda Reserve.
Number of participants: One to four persons (FIT) or a group of 6 maximum (all sharing).
Accommodation: Twin/double custom built tents (2.5x3m) with flysheet. Erected on an elevated deck with optional “sleepout” platform. Under deck siesta hammocks.
Facilities: Ground level “half” bathroom with hand basin and flush toilet. A secluded ablution deck with twin bucket showers and plenty of hot water, is shared by safari participants.
Lighting: Rechargeable 12 volt.
Electricity: A small generator runs for limited periods whilst guests are out of camp on activities. Charging of batteries for cameras etc. is possible — a limited number of adapters are available. We recommend guest bring their own adapters.
Meals: Table d’hôte. Dawn light breakfast. Midday lunch. Afternoon tea. Evening three course dinner. Special meals and requirements are catered for on request. All meals are prepared around the camp fire by the Trails hostess.
Bar: A full range of drink requirements are determined prior to departure for the duration of the safari.
Laundry: Done daily as part of the tariff.
Guest participation: It is advisable that participants be physically fit and under the age of 70 years. For safety reasons, no children under the age of 16 years. Guests do not participate in the erecting/breaking of camp. Luggage is transferred between camps by vehicle.
Safety: The trails guide carries a firearm and handheld radio whilst walking. A support vehicle is available, if necessary, for the duration of the safari.
Duration: Three nights with three days walking.
Format: The three night safari usually starts and ends at our Trails camps. Two nights will be spent at one camp and then one night at our other Trails camp. Depending on availability there is an option to spend one or two nights at either Selinda or Zibadianja. This request must be made at the time of booking the Walking Trail.
The format of your trail will most likely be that the guests will arrive at around midday and be transferred by 4x4 Landcruiser to the Trails camp, that afternoon it will either be a game walk or drive, depending on how the guests feel. The next morning will be a much longer walk around the area and then back to camp for brunch. After a siesta the afternoon activity can either be a walk or a drive, again at the guest’s request.
The next morning the walk will take the guests to the next Trails Camp in time for brunch. The afternoon walk will be around the area of the camp. The next day the guests will either fly out or go to either Selinda or Zibadianja.
Walking is relatively easy over flat, firm ground with few sandy patches. The morning walk is 7-10km (4-5hours). An afternoon walk of 3-4km (2-3hours) is conducted in the vicinity of each fly camp.
Night drives are available with the support vehicle doubling as a game drive vehicle.
Low season: 1st Mar – 15th Jun
High season: 16th Jun – 30 Nov
Minimum age for children on Trails is 16 years.
Included: All meals, accommodation, activities, laundry, bar and refreshments (excluding champagne and premier wines), VAT and domestic airport departure taxes.
Excluded: Personal and curio purchases, gratuities, any item not specifically included in an itinerary.
Personal purchases can be paid at the camp by VISA, Master card, all major foreign currencies or in the local Pula currency (No Amex or Diners Club).
Seasons and Weather:
All camps operate year round. Walking Safaris operate from 1st March—30th November.
Green season—November to April. Warm to hot (average maximum is 35°C) with occasional rain and thundershowers.
Cold season—May to August. Mild to cold (average maximum is 25°C, minimum is 0-10°C) with clear sunny skies. Bring gloves, warm headwear and windproof jackets.
Hot season—September to November. Warm to very hot (average maximum is 39°C). Dry and sunny with occasional strong winds.
Health and Dietary Requirements
Guests should consult their doctor for appropriate malaria prophylactics and vaccination requirements. All dietary requirements are catered for (vegetarian, intolerances etc.).
An emergency medical evacuation service is available.
Guests should hold comprehensive travel insurance, including medical, lost luggage and cancellation cover. The company carries a comprehensive public liability insurance and emergency evacuation insurance.
The camps have daily contact with Head Office in Kasane. E-mail and fax facilities are available through our head office.
Rates per camp per night: on request
|Groups of up to 6 persons, exclusive use of the camp. 7th and 8th person can be accommodated at extra cost||-|
Contact & reservations:
1) you can e-mail us requesting information and/or rates
Reservations are only accepted in writing: by fax or via e-mail.
Final availability confirmation: in writing: by fax or via e-mail.
Terms & conditions, Payment options and Cancellation policy
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