Located on the far-eastern edge of the private 320,000-acre Selinda Reserve in northern Botswana, the Zarafa camp boasts four spectacular tents in a traditional style reminiscent of the safaris of yesteryear. The luxurious tented villas and main area are all raised on decking for guests to take advantage of the views over the magnificent Zibadianja Lagoon.
Constructed by two safari enthusiasts, this idyllic sanctuary was built with eco-friendly principles in-mind. Zarafa Camp features repurposed teak railroad sleepers for flooring, furniture made from mahogany washed up in the 2005 tsunami, commissioned in an effort to give Indonesians affected by the disaster much-needed work.
The result is a safari camp like no other, and one that you will quickly fall in love with and want to return to, time and again.