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My wife and I stayed four nights at Shinde Camp as the first stop on a five week tour of the region. We had visited Africa before, but this was the first time to the Okavango Delta.
June turned out to be a good month...More
Visited Shinde Camp with 3 others back in June for 4 nights. Treated us like family from the moment we arrived with all the staff out to greet us, singing and dancing until the time we left. A great location beside the delta offering land...More
We both shed a tear when we left Shinde Camp following our three night stay. Everything about Shinde from the initial welcome by the staff choir, the high quality of the food, the knowledgable and friendly guides, the happy atmosphere amongst the staff and diversity...More
My husband and I spent 2 magical days and nights being pampered at Shinde. The staff and guides were very friendly and knowledgeable. Meals were gourmet quality without a doubt.
On our first evening, staff entertained with sing and dance during pre-dinner drinks. As the...More
Shinde lodge has lovely rooms, which are very comfortable with very large beds, hot showers, electric points (whilst generator is on) and a terrace overlooking the bush.
Food and service is excellent and it is a great base from which to explore the reserve.
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!