Africa with Wilderness Safaris
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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.
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.
Luxuriate in an aromatherapy or deep tissue massage on your private tent deck.
Soak up the views from your traditional sala, watching the hippo frolic in the lagoon in front of camp.
Track the predators of the region – lion, cheetah and wild dog.
Discover the thrill of walking amongst wildlife in the bush.
Enjoy a peaceful cruise while watching wildlife and sipping a sundowner on our barge, the Queen Sylvia.
Tick some of those bird ‘lifers’ – birding is excellent in the Linyanti.
Two new male lions swam across to King’s Pool from Namibia – one is collared and has a very distinctive short mane while the other has a massive “fresh from the hair salon” set of blonde locks…» Read the full story
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…» Read the full story
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…» Read the full story