Situated in the 135,000 hectare Selinda concession, Zibalianja Camp is located near the Zibalianja Lagoon – source of the Savuti Channel. Built around a palm island in a sea of floodplain savannah, Zibalianja’s four Meru-style tents are all en-suite and built on wooden decks with wide vistas of the surrounding floodplains. With a maximum of six guests, the emphasis is on intimate hospitality in the tradition of a bygone safari era. The thatch bar and viewing deck overlook a small, but active waterhole, whilst meals are taken in the warmth of the well appointed “mess tent.” Activities include game drives, in the early morning, afternoon, and at night; allowing sightings of both day and nighttime wildlife. Short nature walks with an experienced guide are available as well. In addition, guests may extend their stay to join the Selinda Walking Trail. Siesta time is best spent in the sunken hide at the edge of the waterhole, catching the wide variety of plains game and predators that arrive to drink. Wildlife includes elephant, zebra, giraffe, cheetah, wild dog, lion, and an amazing amount of birdlife.