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From the warm welcome from the camp team,to the beautiful champagne breakfast on departure,this was an amazing experience.We could not fault anything-the accommodation,the food,the game drives-we are still feeling goosepumps everytime we see the photos-the brochures do not do it justice.This camp is run by...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our 3 day stay at the Shinde Lodge in the Okavango Delta of Botswana. This was our first Safari Lodge experience and it was great. The accommodations were excellent and the food was very good. The staff was amazing and they all...More
Shinde is in a stunning location, the people are fantastic and we felt like being at home. The wildlife was great, we have seen 7 different species of animals that we have not seen before (and we go on various safaris every year). We have...More
The staff at Shinde are lovely, they make you so welcome and ensure you are well looked after. The 'tents' are comfortable with good beds and bathroom facilities - just one improvement could be to extend the tent roof beyond the walls to provide some...More
Visiting the Okavango Delta is such a special experience and Shinde camp was a wonderful place to stay. The camp is in a beautiful remote setting. The rooms are nicely appointed, comfortable with warm showers and spacious bathrooms. It is easy to forget you are...More
Definitely worth doing! I wore a good pair of walking shoes... didn't use hiking boots. The walk was about 3 hours in total but not strenuous. Some driving, some walking. We did ours in the morning and followed a male... More
Definitely worth doing! I wore a good pair of walking shoes... didn't use hiking boots. The walk was about 3 hours in total but not strenuous. Some driving, some walking. We did ours in the morning and followed a male lion's 'fresh' tracks... very exciting! But you can choose whatever you want to do... it's not a requirement. As the other writer suggested, just speak with your guide. I was there in July - dry season and grasslands are not as high as in the wet season, as I understand, so it's easier to see what's around you. And you'll want to walk off all that food they are going to feed you!