This small (7 people) group to Okavango Delta, Moremi and Chobe is a scheduled safari with monthly departures. A selection of game viewing activities include day and night game drives, short walking safaris, and rides in mokoros (dugout canoes). Your mobile tented camps are set up prior to the group’s arrival and exclusive to the group.
This is a fun family safari staying at three camp destinations that feature a luxury family tent with two adjoining rooms. Explore the game rich Okavango Delta, border of the Moremi Game Reserve and the Linyanti Reserve.
Focus on a real wildlife experience from the surroundings of your two luxury premier accommodations, Kings Pool and Vumbura Plains. Other choices include Mombo Camp, Sandibe, Chief's and Zarafa. Scheduled charter flights between camps allow you to view the beauty of Botswana from the air.
Join this incredible adventure to the heart of Botswana including the Linyanti Reserve and the Okavango Delta. You are led by Specialist guide, Brooks Kamanakao, during your 6 days on safari in Dumatau and Chitabe camps; the best wildlife destinations! Optional to begin with 2 days in Victoria Falls and end in Cape Town for three days - touring included. 2018 Departure Dates: Aug 28. 4 spaces available!
Adventure in the heart of Zambia's Lower Zambezi followed by a flying safari to Botswana. Experience day/night game drives, boating safaris and walking. There is an optional upgrade to Mombo Camp in Moremi - which is famous for big cat sightings.
Botswana is one of our top destinations for quality of wildlife viewing. For the first time traveler, great value will be found traveling in the "green season" of November to March" when the rains have come and the animals begin their migration movements, especially to the Kalahari. April and May are also fairly good months for game viewing when choosing your camps carefully.
For an all around wildlife experience in Botswana, we generally recommend that you visit 3 camp destinations staying seven nights.
A bestseller, The Cry of the Kalahari, the hilarious feature film, The Gods Must Be Crazy, feature stories in National Geographic and numerous documentaries have given Botswana international recognition as a top safari destination. The combination of good wildlife, uncrowded reserves, small camps (chalets or tented, most 8-20 beds), with great food and the use of open vehicles for game viewing make this a destination well worth considering. You can view game by open vehicle (during the day and at night), by boat, canoe, mokoro (dug-out canoe) or elephant-back. Some walking safaris are offered outside the reserves. Flying safaris and mobile tented camp safaris (from participatory to luxury) are also available.