My canoeing safari in Botswana

For this adventure you need one canoe, two paddles, two travellers and one Wilderness !

It takes place along the Selinda Spillway, an ideal setting for a canoeing safari in Botswana.

The trip consists of three full days of paddling and three nights in impromptu mobile camps along the way, in an area well known for its considerable wildlife and for its birding paradise.


The Selinda Spillway is a waterway that links Botswana’s Okavango Delta to the Linyanti and Kwando marshes, rivers and floodplains.

You can also walk  to areas where herds of elephant and hippo drink from the verge. Or even move on to the bush, to spy on lions and leopards if you feel brave enough.

The wide bottom Canadian canoes accommodate two travellers responsible for their own paddling. The team that will host each Salinda canoe Trail departure consists of 4 members (a cook, two camp hands and a guide) carefully selected to give you an even more memorable experience!

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