The ultimate in exclusivity, there are just four spacious tented suites on wooden platforms at Zafara Camp, each an exercise in carefully conceived safari chic – featuring traditional safari references and thoughtfully chosen homely details. One of the main luxuries at Zarafa Camp is this five star camp’s position that borders the famous elephant stomping grounds of Chobe. The Selinda Reserve has as its focus the famed Selinda Spillway, which weaves its way east, linking the far reaches of the Okavango Delta in the south with the Linyanti water systems in the east, playground of hundreds of elephant for which the area is so famous. Combine this with numerous other wildlife sightings, extraordinary varied landscapes and the added benefit of exclusivity for one’s lodgings in the wild and it’s easy to see why this intimate and remote camp has received so many accolades.
The focus at Zafara Camp is on providing guests with an unforgettable experience on all levels. From the initial broad smiled welcome from the lodge staff to the keen focus on service excellence and an ability to provide gourmet food and fine wines despite a location in the far reaches of the Botswanan wilds, this premium camp is all about ensuring guests experience the ultimate in an African safari breakaway. A keen focus on photographic safaris ensures camera lovers are given every opportunity to get their shots of wildlife that ranges from antelope to zebra, lion, hippo, wild dog and cheetah and of course – the large elephant herds that wander the area daily. Regarded as one of the most exclusive safari offerings in its class, Zafara Camp appeals to a sophisticated traveller who appreciates the finer things in life but who relishes the opportunity to experience a safari in Botswana authentically.
Weighing up where to go on safari in Botswana? Read this short and sharp review of this client's impressions of 4 safari camps in Botswana - Duba Plains, Selinda Camp, Zarafa Camp and Okuti Camp