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Thamalanake Lodge offer you a wonderful mokoro safari on Thamalakane and Boro River with their friendly and expert guide. Enjoy the surrounding wilderness and majestic landscape while you listen to your guide explanation about the the ecosystem and some fascinating cultural stories. Discover the beauty of the nature and its amazing wildlife on this 2-day safari with Thamalanake Lodge!
This 2-day safari includes camping equipment. During this safari, you will be staying for 1 night in a tent at Thamalanake Lodge.
Boro Poler Trust is located about 40 minutes drive from the lodge. Thamalanake Lodge's guide will pick you up from the lodge and transfer you to Boro Poler Station where you will embark on a guided walk and a mokoro adventure. This day trip also includes meals and soft drinks. A mokoro safari will give you an opportunity to learn more about the delta and the ecosystem, how the delta works, why it floods, its effect and importance to the ecosystem, and many more valuable explanation about the natural surroundings.
Your guide will show you the plantations and explain their mechanisms of survival. You will also learn more about the cultural aspect, the tribes' way of life and how they survive in this watery wilderness. Listen to some fascinating cultural stories and how this environment impacts on the social life. During this day trip, you can also see a truly amazing variety of birds in their habitat, witness the nest making, as well as the birds' feeding, mating, and foraging behavior.
This safari will be held in Maun, North-West District, Botswana. Thamalakane Lodge is situated on the banks of the Thamalakane River, just 19 kilometers from Maun, and enroute to the famous Moremi Game Reserve. Thamalakane River Lodge take advantage of the 180 degree view of the riverbanks lined with fluttering reeds visited by an ever changing array of waterfowl, birds, and the occasional hippo.