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Join this eight days camping safari that takes in all through Maun, Moremi Game Reserve, Savuti, Khwai, and Chobe National Park. You will experience and amazing game drive with a 4x4 safari vehicle which will bring you close to the heart of Africa's largest concentration of elephants, hippos, and other species. Enjoy a sunset cruise on the Chobe River to encounter with animals that seemed to be far while in your safari vehicle to be closer at hand in the majestic Chobe River.
Your first night will be spent at a lodge in Maun based on a twin sharing basis. The rest of your nights, 2 nights' camping wild at Moremi Game Reserve, 1 night in Savuti, 1 night in Khwai, and 2 nights at Chobe National Park, will be spent at a private designated campsite with bush ablutions. Bow tents with mattresses will be provided but sleeping bags and small pillow will be on your own.
You will arrive in Maun Airport (MUB) and will be met by your guide. After that, you will be transferred to your lodge.
Form Maun, you will drive through to Moremi Game Reserve, a land of swamp and dry areas. These two days will be spent searching for the variety of wildlife and birds that this area is renowned for while absorbing the sounds and beauty of this region. You will enjoy game drives in the early morning as the sun rises and in the late afternoon as the sun sets will be a norm. After your morning game drive, you will return to camp for lunch. On day 3, you will move campsites to explore different areas of this diverse park.
On this day as the sun rises, you will break your camp and have a long game drive to Savuti. As you continue your search for wildlife, you will go transverse the drier region of Savuti. You will then head northwards to the Chobe River where your game drives will meander along the banks of the river and venture further into the park.
This morning, you will drive to the Khwai Makgotho campsite near the Khwai village. This area is very different from the Okavango Delta so that you will have a more complete and varied experience of the country's different wildlife areas.
You will head to Chobe River where your game drives will meander along the banks of the river, followed by the call of the majestic African fish eagle. The Chobe River floodplain is an amazing game viewing area where water attracts large herds’ of buffalo, elephants, zebra, and other herbivores. Due to the proliferation of prey, predators are likely to be close at hand. The sun sets in this region as spectacular and allowing amazing photographic opportunities. While in the Chobe, you will participate in a cruise on the Chobe River. This experience allows you to get a closer look at the aquatic animals and birds not easily approached on safari.
Today will be the last day of your adventure. You will break the camp and head to Kasane where you will end the tour at 1200.
This safari will take place in Moremi Game Reserve, Savuti, Khwai, and Chobe National Park. Savuti covers an area of approximately 1930 square miles in size (5000 square kilometers) in the south western side of Chobe and has become well known for the drying up of Savuti Channel in 1981 and more so far, its incredible viewing opportunities. The pans and pumped waterholes then become the major attractions during the summer months. Most of the animals move to the fertile Savuti marsh. Khwai is an area which abounds with lion and elephant, but there are large concentrations of buffalo and the antelopes such as red lechwe, tsessebe, impala, and kudu.
You will be served with 5 breakfasts, 5 lunches, and 5 dinners. On the first day in Maun, meals will be on your own expenses.
Botswana’s national and only airline provides international flights to Johannesburg and Harare. It provides domestic flights to Francistown, Maun, and Kasane. Air Namibia flies to Maun every day of the week except Tuesdays and Thursdays. Most major international airlines from Asia, USA and Europe fly into Johannesburg, South Africa.
There are scheduled buses services across borders between South Africa, Zimbabwe, Namibia, and Zambia.