Kings Pool Camp

Safari Camp | Linyanti | Botswana History records that a Scandinavian monarch camped on the banks of a lagoon in Botswana's Linyanti safari area in years past. This lagoon has since been named Kings Pool.

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It is one of the most luxurious and remote safari camps in Botswana. The Linyanti River provides a permanent water source in the area.

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Highlights & What to Expect

  • An underground hide makes it possible to view animals at the water's edge from very close proximity.
  • Get close to wildlife on the morning and afternoon game drives conducted from camp.
  • Marvel at the heavens from your suite's rooftop deck.
  • Savor the soft hues of the sky at one of the wilderness's most magical times of the day by barging at sunset with your favorite drink in hand.
  • Enjoy the same views as the Swedish King Carl Gustav XVI on his honeymoon in the region.

Location & Setting

The Linyanti Concession, which borders the Okavango Delta to the south and west and Chobe National Park to the east, is a vast wooded wilderness watered by the Linyanti River and Savute Channel. Kings Pool Camp is in a remote corner of this natural oasis and is accessible by light charter flight from Maun or Kasane.


Kings Pool Camp has eight rooms made of canvas and thatch. They have en suite bathrooms, a lounge, and folding doors that lead to a plunge pool on a private veranda. The rooms are stylishly decorated with safari luxuries and connect to the central area via wooden walkways.


The central area at Kings Pool Camp has a lounge and dining area placed on ample wooden decks, with a pool and an open-sided gym nearby. The lodge has a spa where various treatments are offered to relax and pamper guests. Dinners are enjoyed under the stars around a log fire in the open-air boma beside the pool. There are two hides in the camp, one which is 'underground', placing the water at eye level and bringing visitors within touching distance of animals.







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