Botswana + Vic Falls:

14 night, 15 day camping Safari.

Start Kasane, ends Victoria Falls.

This safari has the Okavango Delta as centre point, with the route exploring top wildlife points around the Delta covering Namibia, Botswana and finally ending in Zambia's Victoria Falls.

African safari adventure exploring the Okavango Delta, Moremi, Chobe, Victoria Falls and Northern Namibian Game Reaserves
This safari cover the following spectacular wildlife areas: In Botswana - The Okavango Delta, Chobe, Moremi National Parks, and the World Heritage Site of Tsodilo Hills. The Namibian section include Susuwe, Popa Falls and Mahangu National Parks. And finally the tour ends at Zambia's Victoria Falls at Livingstone.


 Safari Overview

HIGHLIGHTS

> Chobe sunset-cruise and game viewing.

> Three nights: exploring the wildlife of the Chobe Park.

> Three nights: exploring the Moremi wildlife.

> Two nights in the Caprivi region, covering the Northern Namibia National Parks.

> One night at the Tsodilo Hills (World Heritage Site).

> One night comfortable lodge accommodation in Victoria Falls (Livingstone, Zambia).

> Optional:  low flying scenic flight over the Delta.

> Optional:  visit to Zambia's Victoria Falls

Safari route map

 

Day One: This safari depart at 13H00 in Kasane, Botswana. This afternoon the first wildlife activity of the safari start with an spectacular wildlife viewing sunset cruise on the Chobe River into the Chobe National Park. Tonight we will camp at our campsite near Kasane. Lunch and Dinner included. 

 

Day two: We leave Kasane early after breakfast, and cross the border into Namibia (No visa required) at Ngoma. Making our way past typical tribal villages into the Western Caprivi region, we cross the Kwando River at Kongola into Namibia's Susuwe National Park. We set-up our camp on arrival, and later in the afternoon we start exploring this wildlife area with an game drive. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included, with tented camping and ablution facilities. 


Day Three: Departing from Susuwe, we travel through the Caprivi Strip towards the Namibian Okavango River section at Popa Falls. Popa Falls is not an real waterfall, but actually rapids. Here the mighty Okavango River get split-up and slow down, to start to form the Delta itself. It is the birthplace of the Okavango Delta . Our campsite overlook the river, and later we will visit the rapids. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included, with tented camping and ablution facilities.

 

Day Four: An early departure after breakfast, take us into the Mahangu National Park for a slow game drive along the Namibian Delta floodplains. The Park border onto Botswana, and we cross at Modumu back into western Botswana. From here we travel south to the Tsodilo Hills, a World Heritage Site, and home to many San (Bushmen) rock paintings, dating back over a thousand years. After setting up our camp, we visit the painting following the various walking trails and the interesting little museum. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included, with tented camping and ablution facilities.


Experience the Okavango Delta

Days Five and Six: Departing Tsodilo Hills, we make our way to one of the permanent Delta lagoons. Here we load our equipment into motorboats and travel through the Delta canals to an temporary traditional Okavango canoe base. While motor-boating through the Delta canals, there is time to experience and soak in this ever-green water-world with its spectacular birdlife, frogs, crocodiles and water monitors. Reaching the temporary makoro (traditional Okavango canoe) base, we again transfer our equipment into the canoes.

Each canoe has an local handler, that are responsible for pooling the canoe through the low water floodplains. This slow moving and quiet canoes give you another wonderful experience really get the feel of the Delta. our final destination is an secluded Delta island, where we will fill the days with nature and wildlife exploration walks and exploring the area by makoro. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included, with wild tented camping and bush ablution facilities. 

 

Day Seven: Optional Activity: You could take an low flying scenic flight over the Okavango Delta back to Maun, later in the afternoon, which will give you more time in the Delta. (This is a one hour flight, and cost EUR 140 per person, with a minimum of 3 guests required, to guarantee the flight). You will be collected at the Maun airport by your guide. OR you can take the normal transit by safari vehicle back to Maun with the guide and equipment. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included, with tented camping and ablution facilities in Maun.


wildlife camping safari adventure

Days Eight to Ten: Departing Maun, we make our way into the wildlife rich and last unspoilt wilderness areas of Botswana, the Moremi Game Reserve. The Moremi covers the wet floodplains of the eastern Delta and the dry bush areas of the Savuti, each offer an amazing wildlife experience.  For the next three days we explore this wildlife wilderness with morning and afternoon game drives, while alternative nights, we camp in different areas as we slowly make our way north towards Chobe. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included, with wild tented camping and bush ablution facilities.

 

Days Eleven to Thirteen: The Chobe National Park. Diverse in scenery and wildlife. Here we explore this famous wildlife Park with game drives in its woodlands and along the Chobe River. The river is the centre point for wildlife, and also a lot of predators (lion, hyena and leopard) are to bee seen here. Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner included, with tented camping and ablution facilities at our private campsite.

 

Days Fourteen and Fifteen: On day 14, we will still do a morning Chobe game drive, before we cross the Zambezi River border at Kazangula into Zambia (Visa required, and obtained at border post). From the border, we make our way to the Zambian Victoria Falls at Livingstone. No tent accommodation tonight!, but an bed in a lodge. This afternoon there will be enough tome to shop for last minute African curious at the market next to the Victoria Falls, and most important to visit the Falls.

 

Visit to the Falls is optional, and also tonight's dinner is not included. Dinner could be taken at the lodge or one of the restaurants in town. Your guide will assist you.

 

Day Fifteen: After a late breakfast, our safari ends around 10H00.

 

If you require additional post-safari accommodation, transfers, or help with booking any adventure activities, please feel free to ask for assistance.  

 

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ABOUT BOTSWANA'S GAME RESERVES


The water-rich Okavango Delta and her flood-plains forms the centre-point of Botswana's main wildlife areas. With the Moremi, Savuti and Chobe Reserves  bordering the Delta.

 

These wildlife areas are home to an spectacular diversity of wildlife and birdlife. Famed for the huge herds of elephants and buffaloes, various antelope and naturally the predators that prey on them.

 

Many rare and endangered animals are also found in these regions, such as the African Wild Dogs, shy Roan and Sable antelope.
 

 

The famed Chobe River on the northern border of Botswana, give its name to the Chobe National Park, and the river plays an very important role in the movement and migration of wildlife between the water of the Okavango Delta and grazing lands of the Moremi, Savuti and Southern Chobe's forests.

 

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