Exploring Botswana Safari

Explore and discover Botswana on this wonderful safari taking you to the three best game viewing destinations that Botswana has to offer. A safari in Botswana is like no other in Africa as you can view the game from the air, by vehicle, on foot and on water. Begin at the Kalahari Central Game Reserve at a private wildlife reserve 15,000 hectares in size, making it the second largest game reserve in the world. Afterwards visit the spectatcular and famous Okavango Delta, a very large, swampy inland delta that is the perfect place to spot hippos in their natural environment. Finish at Chobe National Park which has one of the largest populations of game in Africa, although the real highlight here are the elephants as there are thought to be 50,000. Botswana is the perfect country for a diverse and exciting safari. Please note that light aircraft transfers, intercamp transfers and game drives may be shared.

Duration
10 days

Guide Price

€7,989 pp
Options
Private basis, Escorted
Start your journey

Trip highlights

  • Kalahari Central Game Reserve
  • Okavango Delta

On arrival into Maun, swap to a domestic light aircraft flight and fly into the Kalahari Game Reserve and onwards to your lodge. Spend the rest of the day relaxing in this beautiful setting.

Suggested Accommodation

  • Grasslands Bushman Lodge or similar

Over the next two days relax and choose from a variety of activities. Take a game drive to try and find the elusive white rhino,go foraging with the local san bushmen,visit the predator rehabilitation centre, horse ride (needs to be booked in advance), spend time learning bushman games or watching their traditional dancing or simply sit in the lodge viewing animals as they come to the water hole.

Today take part in the activities you missed yesterday or do the same ones again. The choice is yours.

Suggested Accommodation

  • Grasslands Bushman Lodge or similar

After breakfast you'll fly by light aircraft to the Okavango Delta where you'll stay on an island.

There are two safari options here and they give a totally different perspective from each other and the usual game drives experienced elsewhere in Africa. Here view the wildlife on foot and by mokoro (a traditional canoe). Watch and listen to the hippos from the lodge deck.

Suggested Accommodation

  • Oddballs' Enclave or similar

Spend today either relaxing, going on a morning and/or afternoon walking and mokoro safaris or ask the lodge to pack you a picnic and and spend the whole the day game viewing. Alternatively mokoro to one of the original Delta villages or book a massage in the small spa.

Suggested Accommodation

  • Oddballs' Enclave or similar

Your final day in the Okavango Delta can be spent either on safari, spotting the wildlife or spent relaxing - the choice is yours.

Suggested Accommodation

  • Oddballs' Enclave or similar

After breakfast, depart by light aircraft for your final destination, the Chobe National Park. Chobe is particularly famous for its huge herds of elephant.

Suggested Accommodation

  • Camp Savuti or similar

Game drives through the Chobe National Park are amazing. The vehicles are able to access all the key areas and the driver/guides are incredibly knowledgeable. Both morning and afternoon drives are available.

Suggested Accommodation

  • Camp Savuti or similar

On your final full day, take advantage of the final game drives available and photograph the amazing creatures you see or you may prefer to just rest before leaving and relax at the lodge. The choice is yours.

Suggested Accommodation

  • Camp Savuti or similar

Today, enjoy your final game drive before breakfast and then depart by plane to Maun for your onwards journey.

Included

  • Services of an English speaking local driver/guide
  • Accommodation
  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner
  • Tea and coffee
  • Activites

Not included

  • International flights
  • Visas
  • ​Premium branded drinks (imported beers, wines and spirits)
  • Travel insurance
  • Light aircraft transfers
  • Government 'wilderness fee' of USD $30 per person per day on the chiefs' island Walking Trail
  • Government 'wilderness fee' of USD $35 per person per day on the Mokoro Trail