Kings Pool Camp, Linyanti, Botswana

Kings Pool Camp is a Premier Camp

4Cs Projects at Kings Pool Camp

Kings Pool Camp is 100% solar powered, and provides logistical support to a range of conservation initiatives.


The Elephant Challenge

Perhaps the most topical issue for Botswana is its very large elephant population and the possible impact on humans, vegetation and other animal species. As a result, the Linyanti Camps support two Master of Science (MSc) studies researching this.

Environmental Management Systems

As Kings Pool is 100% solar powered, electricity and hot water is provided via solar panels and inverters, proving that luxury and eco-friendly practices can successfully coexist.

Conservation Projects

Kings Pool works closely with researchers focused on biodiversity conservation in terms of herbivores (roan antelope, sable antelope, buffalo), carnivores (lion, cheetah, wild dog) and aquatic systems.

Latest Kings Pool Camp Album

Submitted by: Natural History Film Unit, May 30, 2017

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Latest News From Kings Pool Camp

  • Kings Pool Camp - March 2017
    Mar 11, 2017

    We were completely blown away by a special and really rare sighting of the newest leopard cub around Kings Pool: the Calcrete Female was found relocating a week-old cub not far from camp…

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  • Kings Pool Camp - February 2017
    Mar 11, 2017

    February at Kings Pool was packed with diverse wildlife sightings and at the top of the list were wild dog, leopard and lion…

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  • Kings Pool Camp - January 2017
    Jan 2, 2017

    The LTC Pack of wild dogs gave quests a truly amazing experience when they killed three impala right in front of Kings Pool – as everyone was watching from camp.

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As recommended on TripAdvisor

“ Wilderness Safaris really are a class act and are so concerned with the environment and the local people. We are committed to getting involved with their Children in the Wilderness scheme. ”
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Reviewed by: Clodagh L, 22 November 2016