The Linyanti River acts as a magnet for game during the dry season, just as its continuation, the Chobe, does further north. However, reaching this area does require the visitor to 'side-track' from the established Moremi-Savuti-Ihaha route across Chobe. This means that it gets few visitors. Further, with only a few kilometres of riverfront accessible to private visitors, and some very, very thick riverside reedbeds and vegetation, it can be a disappointing area.
To the east is the CH/1 concession – which has a mixture of local villages and hunting camps within it. To the west of this is the NG15 photographic concession, the Linyanti Concession which has several good camps, the nearest of which is Linyanti Tented Camp. Visitors driving themselves are restricted in both, so to see this area at its best you are probably well advised to visit one of the Linyanti's camps on a fly-in safari.
Note that despite there being a track marked on the maps from Seronga towards the Linyanti, this is not a practical one to use to get here from the west. Firstly, neither private self-drive vehicles nor mobile operators are allowed to drive through the private concessions between the Linyanti and Okavango. Secondly, as a private visitor you're not allowed to enter Chobe National Park at the Linyanti – you can only enter it from the south or the north. And thirdly, even with a GPS, navigation would be a complete nightmare, and the hunters in the centre of the concessions wouldn't be at all welcoming.