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Beautiful Lodge located in the Northern Parts of the Delta, offering Water and Land activities. We were the only lodge for miles giving an authentic safari feel. Also with tasteful tents on wooden decks, with beautiful bathrooms and great views over the savannah. Multi tier...More
we just had a wonderful time at Shinde and met lovely like minded people.
It never ceases to amaze me that such good food can be served in the middle of the African bush.
Staff were extremely efficient, willing and friendly. We had superb game...More
We were fortunate to be the just about first guests of the season, so we had lots of attention as the camp wasn't full until the day we left. This situations gave us plenty of time to get to know many of the staff, and...More
We arrived here from Kanana Lodge and were again for a day or so (of the two nights here) the only guests. Our “tent” was close to the main buildings but the whole place has a lovely feeling of remoteness, though the airstrip is fairly...More
A great place to stay in the Okavanga Delta!! This lodge is so isolated and you really feel like a pampered guest in a special place. It is safe, but right in the bush. The accommodations were excellent and the excursions were also amazing. Our...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!