Also called the Selinda Canoe Trail, this trip is seasonal and depends entirely on water levels during the annual flooding of the Selinda Spillway.
ACCESS & LOCATION:
The trail starts 45 km downstream of Selinda Camp and goes eastward along the Selinda Spillway, a waterway that links the Okavango Delta and Linyanti and Kwando water systems.
ACCOMMODATION & FACILITIES:
Walk-in canvas Kodiak tents are provided as they are comfortable and large enough for two people. Separate screened bucket showers with hot and cold water are also supplied. The trail terminates at Selinda Camp on the morning of the fifth day. Guests can either stay for a couple of nights at Selinda or Zarafa Camp, or be transferred to Selinda airstrip to leave on a charter flight.
The area is well-known for elephant, buffalo and wild dog as well as many predators, however crocodiles and hippos are rare so canoeing can be relatively relaxed! The trip consists of three full days and two half days of fairly easy paddling along the Spillway, watching animals on the bank and disembarking for brunch, siestas and bush walks looking for animal tracks and signs. At night guests stay in impromptu fly camps, sleeping in tents and eating outside under the stars.