The largest intact inland delta in the world, the Okavango Delta offers prime big game viewing within the tranquility of an untouched ecosystem. This journey through the natural treasures of Northern Botswana includes some of the most wildlife intense reserves in Africa.
Arrive Victoria Falls Arrive to Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe where you are met and escorted to your hotel. This afternoon enjoy a sundowner cruise on the Zambezi River.
Victoria Falls Tour the falls with its vast curtain of water that is nearly a mile wide and 355 feet high. You may choose to visit both sides of the Falls (additional cost). The afternoon is at leisure for optional activities. (B)
Victoria Falls / Chobe National Park Travel by road and boat to Chobe National Park, Botswana. This afternoon cruise along the Chobe River in a spacious skimmer. (BLD)
Chobe National Park Join a qualified guide on morning and afternoon game drives from the comfort of a custom built game viewing vehicle. (BLD)
Chobe National Park / Moremi Wildlife Reserve Fly to the Moremi Wildlife Reserve and transfer to your camp with game viewing en route. (BLD)
Moremi Wildlife Reserve Safaris are all conducted in open safari vehicles in the Moremi Wildlife Reserve. Excursions by motorboat afford the opportunity to explore the Upper Delta. Hippos and crocodiles are abundant in these areas and easily visible from the boat. (BLD)
Moremi Wildlfe Reserve / Okavango Delta Fly to your camp situated in the heart of the Okavango Delta. The area offers a true water wilderness experience. (BLD)
Okavango Delta Activities include game drives, night drives, mokoro trips and walks. One has the opportunity of seeing all major predators, a variety of big game and plains game, as well as an abundance of bird life. (BLD)
Okavango Delta / Maun / Makgadikgadi National Park Fly to Maun and continue by road to your camp situated on the high cliffs overlooking the dry Boteti River bed, bordering the Makgadikgadi National Park. The viewing area high up on white calcrete and silcrete cliffs is the centerpiece of the experience, as are the views from the accommodation tents. (BLD)
Makgadikgadi National Park The contrast of riverine and desert habitats puts the camp in the unique position of a wide variety of flora and fauna. In the dry season, April to December, Southern Africa’s largest wildebeest and zebra migration arrives from the pans, and elephant frequent the Boteti having traveled great distances from the northern areas. (BLD)
Makgadikgadi National Park / Depart Maun Following the morning activity, transfer to Maun and connect with departure flight. (B) –