Shinde concession NG21
Explore the waterways
This is the smallest concession in the Okavango Delta, but a perfect place for a photo safari and water-based activities (although Shinde also offers game drives).
To the north, the concession adjoins Kwara and Vumbura, and this area includes a good population of plains game. Although the Shinde Concession is similar to Kwara, a greater proportion of this area consists of permanent swamp, as it has several large rivers flowing through it. Shinde and sister camp Footsteps across the Delta benefit from a broader range of species including wild dog, lion, leopard and hyena. Also impala, tsessebe, kudu and giraffe are common. Once again, the diverse habitat of the concession allows for a wide variety of bird species. The Okavango Delta is an important breeding site for the region’s birdlife, with colonies of storks, egrets spoonbills and herons.