Motswiri Camp comes of age
It has been 3 years since the intimate 5 tented Motswiri Camp opened in the vast Selinda concession. The water in the Selinda spillway gurgled back and is now in full flow.
The animals in the area have quietly returned and it is now a haven for visitors with wall to wall game sightings. Is it because the area is remote and secluded? Yes, the airstrip serves only Motswiri Camp so the skies are quiet. Yes, there are no game drive vehicles plying their way through the area. So the animals probably know they can roam undisturbed. Even the gentle chug chug of the boat, on a spectacular sunset cruise, does not worry them.
This is probably one of the best places to get rather close and personal to the abundant game both on foot and on horseback. The elephants have made the water edges their home and the herds are as big as the buffalo. On a recent visit, the wild dog sightings were daily – with an impala kill in front of camp. The den currently cocoons 13 puppies. Apart for the usual plains game suspects like giraffe, zebra and tsessebe, the roan and sable are often sighted and the birdlife is prolific.
As a celebration of Motwiri’s coming of age, Liquid Giraffe is offering a stay at Motswiri for an amazingly low $360 per person sharing per night for December 2013 & January to March 2014. The special offer is applicable for a minimum of a 3 night stay and is fully inclusive. Light aircraft transfers from the Delta, Maun or Kasane to Mostwiri are extra.
Contact us for availability and further information.