Kings Pool Camp, Linyanti, Botswana

Kings Pool Camp is a Premier Camp

Luxurious accommodation, spectacular wildlife

Named for Scandinavian royalty, Kings Pool overlooks the handsome oxbow-shaped Kings Pool Lagoon in the Linyanti Wildlife Reserve bordering Chobe National Park. The camp’s nine luxurious tents (including one family unit) each boast a large bedroom area and lounge leading out onto a veranda with a private plunge pool and thatched sala from which to soak up the gorgeous views and possibly even spot elephant crossing the channel. The spacious en-suite bathrooms have double showers and hand-basins, as well as an outdoor shower for those who wish to shower ‘in’ nature!

The spacious main area comprises a lounge, dining room and a convivial bar beautifully set on expansive raised decks. There is also a pool and an open-air 'kgotla' for evening dining under the stars.

Highlights

  • A luxurious and historic safari base in the middle of Africa’s highest density of elephants
  • Wild dog and leopard are known to patrol the area, seeking its abundant antelope
  • A sunken hide provides a unique elephant-at-eye-level perspective
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Some things to do at Kings Pool Camp

  • First time to Africa
  • Travelled to Africa
  • Seasoned Traveller
  • Take a game drive through floodplains, riverine forest and woodland in search of wildlife.

  • Watch massive elephant feet and trunks almost within touching distance from the unique ‘eye-level’ hide.

  • Catch sight of nocturnal creatures on a night drive along the Savute Channel.

 

Activities and Facilities:

Game Drive (Day) Game Drive (Night) Birding Catch-and-Release Fishing (Seasonal) Guided Walks (Seasonal) Massage Treatments Pool Private Plunge Pool at each Room Family Room Tented Camp Hide Solar Power Barge (Seasonal) No Wi-Fi

Latest News From Kings Pool Camp

  • Kings Pool Camp - February 2018
    Feb 17, 2018

    The LTC Pride spent time to the east of Kings Pool this month, and was seen chasing a resident male leopard, treeing him for a while at the staff soccer pitch…

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  • Kings Pool Camp - December 2017
    Dec 16, 2017

    Many of the Kings Pool staff have been in the bush, guiding and managing for over 10 years, and in a first for everyone Mother Nature presented them with a special sighting of leopard tortoises mating…

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  • Kings Pool Camp - November 2017
    Nov 16, 2017

    Impala have started dropping their young in reasonable numbers and already the resident pack of wild dog as well as the leopards have begun focusing on impala lambs…

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As recommended on TripAdvisor

“ The birds are amazing, especially the common bee eater colony. So glad we got to enjoy this camp and we will be back! ”
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Reviewed by: Kqbj, 16 December 2017