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Set out on guided game drives, nature walks, boat safaris, and mokoro trips to fully appreciate the legendary wildlife and awe-inspiring scenery that Botswana is known best for. Botswana's intimate and exclusive nature creates the perfect destination for wildlife photographers, adventurous mobile safari seekers, and discerning travelers alike. The accommodations and tailor-made itinerary in this safari will exceed your expectations and ensure that your trip is truly one of a lifetime.
The maximum participants in the group is 6.
During this safari, you will stay at a selection of private campsites in the wilderness hot spots of the diverse African country, Botswana. You will spend eight nights in comfortable domed tents, based on double occupancy, with private bathrooms featuring an al fresco bucket shower and flush WC. African Safari Company's camp teams travel ahead to ensure that the mobile camp is fully set up and a warm welcome awaits as you arrive at each destination. Single supplement is available upon request.
Your journey begins at Kasane Airport (BBK) where you will meet your private guide who will accompany you throughout your adventure. Your guide will then drive you to a secluded campsite in Chobe National Park, where you will spend two nights.
Chobe National Park is home to thrilling action-packed wildlife interactions and the largest concentration of elephants in Africa. You will also experience unforgettable game drives and private boat cruises on the Chobe River.
The next leg of your tour will be a game drive transfer to the beautiful Savuti area of Chobe National Park. You will spend two nights in Savuti, surrounded by pristine wilderness. The area is known for its large prides of lion, African wild dogs, leopards, and spotted hyenas.
Adventures in the Savuti include game drives and the opportunity to see volcanic outcrops and Bushmen paintings. You will spend two nights at Savuti private mobile camp
On the final leg of your journey, you will hop aboard a light aircraft that will take you the famous Nxabega concession in the Okavango Delta, where you will fly to the beautiful Nxabega Trails Camp. There, you will experience an adventure-filled mix of water and land activities from game drives and bush walks to mokoro and catch-and-release fishing. You will spend two nights at Nxabega private mobile camp.
Your guide will accompany you to Maun as you board your flight homeward from Maun Airport (MUB).
On this safari, you will visit Chobe National Park and Okavango Delta in Botswana. The southern African country also boasts over 350 bird species, making it the perfect safari destination for any bird watcher. If your safari focus lies more in Africa's top predators such as the big cats, crocodile, hyenas and wild dogs, Botswana is also one of the best African countries to see them. Botswana offers a wonderful array of animals, both big and small animals, making it a great destination for an adventurous safari as well.
Covering an area of about 4,250 square miles, Chobe National Park is the third largest game park / reserve in Botswana. The Chobe River forms the northern border and in the southwest, the park borders on the Moremi Reserve. The park consists of four main regions, each with its own types of vegetation and geological features.
A safari along the river’s edge gives the opportunity to see a wide variety of wildlife including waterbucks, lechwes, pukus, giraffes, kudus, roan and sable, impalas, warthogs, bushbucks, monkeys, and baboons, along with the accompanying predators such as lions, leopards, hyenas, and jackals.
Over 460 bird species have also been recorded in the park, making it one of Africa’s premier venues for bird safaris. The common species that can be seen include the sacred ibis, Egyptian geese, the ubiquitous cormorants and darters, spur-winged geese, the rare pel’s fishing owls, carmine bee-eaters in season, most members of the kingfisher family, all the rollers, the unmistakable fish eagles, the martial eagles, and many members of the stork family.
Known as “the river that never finds the sea”, Okavango Delta in Botswana is a massive inland delta formed where the Okavango River reaches a tectonic trough in the central part of the basin of the Kalahari.
There is something elemental about the Okavango Delta – the rising and falling of its waters, the daily drama of its wildlife encounters, its soundtrack of lions roaring, saw-throated leopard barks and the crazy whoop of a running hyena, the mysteries concealed by its papyrus reeds swaying gently in the evening breeze.
Okavango delta is both a permanent and seasonal home to a wide variety of wildlife including African elephant, Cape buffalo, tsessebe, blue wildebeest, giraffe, Nile crocodile, lion, cheetah, leopard, brown hyena, spotted hyena, springbok, greater kudu, sable antelope, black rhinoceros, southern white rhinoceros, Burchell's zebra, common warthog and chacma baboon.
Notably, the endangered Cape wild dog still survives within the Okavango Delta, exhibiting one of the richest pack densities in Africa. The delta also includes over 400 species of birds, including African fish eagle, Pel's fishing owl, crested crane, lilac-breasted roller, hammerkop, ostrich, and sacred ibis.
Daily meals which include breakfast, lunch, dinner, and local drinks will be served for you during this safari.
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