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Experience the green season in the Central Kalahari, the Okavango Delta or the Linyanti waterways (Nov 2014 to March 2015). Special rates apply for six nights on this flying safari at two camps.
Signature Safari Program - $4,875.00
Experience the beauty of Botswana’s Central Kalahari and the Okavango Delta or Linyanti. Spend six nights on this flying safari at two camps.
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. An optional night or two may be arranged in a Victoria Falls.
Signature Safari Program - $6,495.00
Your itinerary focuses on a real wildlife experience from the surroundings of your two luxury premier accommodations, Kings Pool and Vumbura Plains. You take scheduled charter flights between camps which allow you to view the beauty of Botswana from the air.
An incredible seven night flying safari in Botswana, which offers great value! Visit three distinct regions focusing on photograhy with resident camp guides. Several options of classic camps in each park area. Begin your adventure with an overnight in Victoria Falls at the new Elephant Camp.
A flying safari to the Okavango Delta in Botswana and visit to Victoria Falls. Great value for travel through March. Stay in two camps with several choices of classic camps in each area. This program includes unprecedented savings from November 2014 to March 2015!
This flying safari offers three days of superb game viewing at Mombo Camp in Moremi - considered one of the best camps in Botswana for photography and service and why we have it featured as a Signature Safari. This program includes a 7 night discounted stay at the Wilderness Safaris portfolio of camps and we can find space for you at Mombo!
This safari combines incredible game viewing in a remote region of the Okavango Delta with the adventure of canoeing down the Selinda Spillway. Duba Plains is world-famous for the lion-buffalo interactions, frequently resulting in the opportunity to witness a pride of lions hunting.
This has to be the best way to go in Botswana. Running Wild around Botswana lead by an expert Private naturalist guide and your private vehicle!
This guided safari takes time to experience and explore the best Botswana has to offer. As a small (8 people) group you have the same highly trained guide throughout the safari. We offer the overnight hotel in Johannesburg complimentary.
This includes all that Botswana has to offer! Visit 4 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.
This independent departure is an exciting safari that combines the thrill of walking and game drives. A minimum of two persons, and up to six in a group explore the Linyanti-Savuti concession with a highly qualified guide throughout. Departures on request.
Enjoy an exclusive experience visiting two prime photographic areas, the Moremi Reserve and the Khwai Concession (bordering the Okavango Delta). Enjoy your own private vehicle/guide per party and concentrate on photography of the cats and more. A full day boating on the Okavango Delta waterways is included. Accommodations are a shared luxury mobile tented camp.
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.