This includes all that Botswana has to offer! Visit all eco-systems including Desert and Delta, Moremi grass lands and the riverines of Linyanti. Experience the day and night game drives by vehicle, the chance to do a walking trail in the Kalahari Desert and the Delta. Go out on the mokoro canoes through the Delta waterways, and quad bike exploring into the desert. Spend some time with the Bushmen who live in the Kalahari, a cultural interaction that so many people miss when visiting this country. There are options of several classic camps in each park area. End your safari with a night at the Victoria Falls Hotel.
This program also includes a 7 night discounted stay at the Wilderness Safaris portfolio of camps.
(Day 01+02) *USA/Johannesburg* [Depart USA on your overnight flight to Johannesburg. On arrival you will be transferred by vehicle to your airport hotel. Overnight Southern Sun O. R. Tambo International Airport.]
The Southern Sun O.R. Tambo International Airport Hotel (formally Johannesburg International Airport Holiday Inn) is a mere 600 yards from South Africa..Read More
(Day 03-05) *Kalahari Desert-Makgadikgadi Pans* [A scheduled charter flight transfers you to your next camp, situated in a private concession on the edge of the great Makgadikgadi Pans in the Kalahari Game Reserve. Activities include day and night game drives, bird walks, limited use of quad bikes on the pans, and game walks with bushman trackers to observe desert wildlife including hyena, sprinbok, suricate and meerkat. 3 nights at Camp Kalahari, San Camp or Jack's Tented Camp.]
Jack's Camp is a classic camp in the 40's safari style set in a palm grove. Ten roomy walk-in tents have en suite indoor and outdoor showers and flush toil..Read More
(Day 06+07) *Okavango Delta* [Scheduled inter-Africa flight to Maun, Botswana. On arrival you will be met by your pilot and board the aircraft for your scheduled charter flight to your first safari camp in the heart of the Okavango Delta. Activities include day and night game drives, walking with armed guide. Boating, fishing and mokoro trips are also offered. 2 nights at Xigera, Kwetsani Camp, Tubu Tree Camp, Little Tubu, Little Vumbura Camp or Qorokwe.]
Qorokwe Camp is located on the 64,900-acre Qorokwe Concession in the south-eastern region of the Okavango Delta.This exclusive region features div..Read More
(Day 08+09) *Okavango Delta (Land Camp)* [Fly to your next camp located in a private concession area south of Moremi Game Reserve within the Okavango Delta. Enjoy a full day of game viewing activities. 2 nights Chitabe Camp or Chitabe Lediba.]
Chitabe Lediba consists of five spacious East African style tents that have en-suite facilities with flush toilet, a shower and basin with hot and cold run..Read More
(Day 10-12) *Linyanti Reserve* [Scheduled charter flight transfer to your camp situated in the Linyanti Reserve. Activities include day and night game drives, boat rides on the Linyanti River, and time in the game hides. Day and night game drives are conducted in open 4x4 vehicles along the Savuti Channel and the banks of the Linyanti River. There are many hides in the area where guests can enjoy wildlife viewing close up and away from a vehicle. 3 nights at DumaTau Camp or Savuti Camp.]
Savuti Camp overlooks the dried Savute Channel in a private area of the Linyanti concession. The comfortable camp provides accommodation in seven tented ro..Read More
(Day 13) *Victoria Falls or Livingstone* [After breakfast, you will fly by scheduled charter flight to Kasane where you complete Border formalities for entry to Zimbabwe. Continue by road to Victoria Falls - the largest waterfall (by volume) in the world. Upon arrival you will be met and transferred to your hotel. The afternoon is a good time to view the falls. Optional activities you may book for an extra charge. Overnight at Victoria Falls Hotel.]
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" Mary Ellen and I wanted to thank you all for our outstanding safari to South Africa and Botswana this summer. The adjective “seamless” is often over used in these contexts, but in this particular case appears to be an understatement."