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Twelve reasons why you should explore Selinda

Home to some of the largest herds of elephant and buffalo left in Southern Africa, Botswana's Selinda is a moody wilderness and one of the best places to see the African wild dog.
Selinda is a private game reserve which is focused around the Selinda Spillway - which runs from east to west - connecting the Okavango Delta with the Linyanti regions, before venturing into the Savute Marsh. If you’re planning a Botswana safari, here are 12 reasons why you should visit Selinda:















Good night, Botswana ❤

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Wild dog at a watering hole picking on a dead hippopotamus

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The elephants of Botswana are 200,000 strong, the largest population in the world. These elephants are drinking in the Selinda Reserve.

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About Jarred Manasse

Manasse is the owner of Write For You, offering freelance copywriting services in Cape Town. He is also the content manager for Encounters Travel, a UK-based travel agency who offers adventure tours and small group holidays all over the globe.

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