Nxai Pan - Okavango Delta - Chobe National Park - Victoria Falls
Botswana Glamping Tour, including stays in the Kwatale Conservancy. Encompasses 365 000 hectares of acacia scrub and mopane woodland, making this exclusive tract of land ideal for game drives, and nature walks led by the local San people as part of our Bushman experience. The great water wonderland that is the Okavango Delta. Chobe National Park and ending in Victoria Falls.
Maun – Central Kalahari – Okavango Delta – Linyanti – Victoria Falls
This itinerary is the perfect combination of desert and delta and explores Botswana’s incredible diversity including archaeological sites, local culture, spectacular scenery and of course the remarkable Wildlife. Travelling into private game reserves you can avoid the crowds and enjoy a true wilderness experience. Start your trip by exploring the Central Kalahari before heading north to the awe-inspiring Okavango Delta which is a maze of water channels, lagoons and islands. Continue your journey into the heart of the Linyanti private game reserve, home to an abundance of wildlife including elephants, an array of birdlife, predators and the energetic and endangered wild dog. Your itinerary finishes with a visit to one of the seven natural wonders of the world – Victoria Falls.
Kasane – Linyanti Reserve - Okavango Delta – Makgadikgadi - Maun
Your trip starts in Linyanti Game Reserve where you can track for wild dog, float down the river looking for Elephant or sleep under the stars in your very own sky bed. Continue your journey into the remote and exclusive Mombo Island, a bountiful hunting ground for large prides of Lions and the elusive Leopard. Finally, fly into the Makgadikgadi Private Game Reserve where you can travel by quad bike to explore the arid salt pans looking for fossils, head out on foot with the San Bushmen and learn about their traditional lifestyle or fossick with the habituated meerkats during their daily morning rituals.
Maun – Shinde Private Concession – Maun
A walking safari in the wilderness is one of the highlights of a true safari experience. Get up close and personal with the wildlife and experience the spectacular contrasts created when the mighty Okavango River flows into the scorched Kalahari Desert – the result is a variety of habitats, riverine forest, palm islands, permanent swamps and dry sand veld all with an unparalleled wealth of animal diversity. Explore this breathtakingly beautiful and diverse environment as the first African explorers first did, either by Mokoro (water levels dependent) or on foot. Track for fresh spoor each morning to revel the night’s events.