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The Linyanti Reserve consists of 125,000 hectares of prime wilderness. The reserve is bordered to the north by the Linyanti River and to the east by the Chobe National Park. Two thirds of the Savuti Channel is situated within this reserve. The region has all the habitat diversity to make it a haven for wildlife. There are excellent grasslands and waterholes along the Savuti Channel and along the Linyanti. Inland, there are acacia and mopane forests, which sustain large numbers of Elephants in the winter months. The Savuti area is famous for its Lions, which have been documented in National Geographic films.

The reserve is host to a tremendous variety of bird and wildlife species. Elephant are one of the area’s biggest attractions, especially in the dry winter months, along with the Red Lechwe, Zebra, Wildebeest, Impala, Waterbuck, Sable, Roan, Eland, Giraffe, Baboon, Monkey, Warthog, Crocodile and Buffalo. Then there are the predators including Lion, Leopard, Cheetah, Wild Dog and Hyaena. Other nocturnal animals include Bushbabies, Spring Hare, Aardwolf, Serval, Genet, Pangolin and the smaller predators. The birding in the Linyanti is very special with the Okavango “specials”, such as Slaty Egret, Whiterumped Babblers and Wattled Cranes, to the bushveld species being seen in the region.
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