Linyanti Concession is located on the north-eastern area of the Okavango bordering on the Chobe National Park. The concession spread over 1,250km of the northern Kalahari, dominated different types of woodland habitats and ancient floodplains that are covered with Savannah. The Linyanti River borders the northern edge with a string of lagoons and marshes. Neighbouring this is a limited band of exceptionally fluctuated riparian forests which is the focal point of most safari exercises.
Dividing from west to east, through the focal point of the concession, is the bed of the Savuti Channel. This is normally a dry sand waterway, where various waterholes draw in wildlife amid the dry season.
The Linyanti biological community and the Chobe environment are interconnected and give a pathway to huge quantities of migratory wildlife between the Okavango and Chobe.
Linyanti is well known for its elephant population. The parks also hosts healthy population of Lion, and Spotted Hyena. The region is also home to Leopard, Wild Dogs and Cheetah. Zebras, Wildebeests, Impalas, Giraffes, hippos, Elands, Lechwes, Reedbucks and Kudus are spotted year round in the concession. In the dry season you can also rare antelope species such as Sable and Roan Antelope.
Like Kwando Concession, airways is the only mode of transportation to Linyanti Concession.
Linyanti Concession offers a wide variety of activities which you can do at the concession such as: