Highlights of this Safari
- Eclectic mix of accommodation
- Prime game viewing destinations
- Game drives, boating, canoe safaris & walks
- See the Okavango Delta by balloon (seasonal)
Days 1 – 2: The Delta Panhandle
From Maun Airport you will fly by shared charter to the northern Okavango Delta. Your destination is Kadizora Camp, set under trees and overlooking grassy floodplains dotted with grazing antelope. Your tented chalet comes complete with lounge, en suite bathroom and viewing deck. Like most delta camps, Kadizora offers 4X4 game drives, boating and canoe safaris but between April and September, guests can also enjoy a unique experience: a hot air balloon flight over the Okavango Delta.
Days 3 – 5: Moremi Magic
A short flight takes you east and to Machaba Camp, lying on the fringes of the Okavango Delta. Here the density and diversity of wildlife is very high and Machaba naturally focuses on game drives. Newly built to high environmental standards, the camp’s location in an exclusive-use concession means guides are permitted to conduct night drives and walks too, adding to the experience. With 3 nights here, you’re assured of rewarding game viewing; the area is famous for its predators – including leopard and wild dog – while elephant and buffalo are often seen on the floodplains in front of camp.
Days 6 – 8: Hill-top Views
Flying from the Okavango Delta, it’s not long before a vast swathe of grassland comes into view: Savuti. The wild heart of the Chobe National Park, Savuti is famous for the quality of its game viewing as well as its dramatic nature. Enormous bull elephants may stand in the shade of your vehicle on a hot day; lions and hyenas may fill the night with the sounds of their battles. Your accommodation is Ghoha Hills Savuti Lodge, sitting in grand isolation on one of the handful of hills scattered around this otherwise flat landscape. Guides lead morning and afternoon game drives but will also take you to see San Bushman rock art tucked away in the hills.
Days 9 – 10: To the Zambezi River
A short flight to Kasane Airport is followed by a road transfer to the border with Zambia. You’ll be assisted with the crossing and then driven to The Royal Livingstone Hotel, set close enough to Victoria Falls for you to sip a cocktail as the mist from the falls floats about you. A deservedly popular hotel, The Royal Livingstone is within walking distance of the main viewing points and offers its guests an extensive list of facilities. There is a spa, beauty salon, pool and 2 gyms as well as private butlers and a concierge service.
Day 11: The journey ends
After breakfast you’ll be transferred to Livingstone Airport for your onward connection. If however you would like a day or two more in Victoria Falls, we can arrange it all.
These rates are per person sharing & single supplements may apply. Please treat all pricing as a guide only & the rates are subject to availability & may change slightly without notice. Request a quote from us.
Accommodation, Meals as specified, 2 Daily Activities at Safari Lodges, Local Drinks & Laundry at Safari Lodges,
Shared Charter Flights in Botswana, Road Transfers as specified, Park fees, Airport taxes.
Flights to Maun (Botswana), Flights from Livingstone (Zambia), Premium Drinks at Safari Camps, Drinks at Royal Livingstone, Gratuities, Meals that are not Specified, Items of personal nature, Travel Insurance
USD 6617pps *2018 Rate - Prices vary according to seasonality. Usually we tailor itineraries to your particular requirements. Simply contact us!