- Tours & Safaris
- Botswana Safaris
- Spectacular Botswana
Highlights of this Safari
- Diverse Wildlife Destinations & Victoria Falls
- Game Drives, Boat Safaris & Bird Watching
- Fly-in convenience maximises game viewing time
- Secluded lodges in private settings
Receive 2 Free Nights at the Batonka Guest Lodge in Victoria Falls.
Days 1 – 2: The Smoke that Thunders
Your Victoria Falls accommodation is located a 20 or 25-minute walk to the falls though you can easily take the complimentary shuttle from the lodge. Here you can start your safari with the Smoke that Thunders, the local name for Victoria Falls, as evidenced by the roaring mass of water and spray pouring over its mile-wide lip. You have plenty of time for a tour of the falls as well as a bit of local shopping. Complete with bathroom and balcony, your room has air conditioning as well as complimentary Wi-Fi; the lodge has an on-site restaurant for lunch and dinner.
Days 3 – 4: The Chobe River – Elephant Country
A 2.5 hour transfer after breakfast takes you to the Chobe National Park and your next accommodation, Chobe Elephant Camp. Perched on a forested ridge, the traditional safari camp offers panoramic river views at almost every turn. Game drives along the river floodplains are mixed with boat cruises to deliver a comprehensive Chobe experience. At its best in the May to October dry season, the river attracts huge numbers of animals, especially elephants who crowd the water’s edge on a hot afternoon. The densities of game draws predators, especially lions and, increasingly, leopards, seen lurking in the riverine forest. River cruises allow you a closer look at the Chobe: keep an eye out for crocodiles and hippos as well as giant monitor lizards and African Fish-eagles.
Days 5 – 6: Magical Moremi
Today you’ll fly to a bush airstrip at the edge of the Okavango Delta and Sango Safari Camp. Lying under giant trees by the famous Khwai River, the camp overlooks the Moremi Game Reserve but sits in its own private concession. This enables Sango, a traditional canvas safari camp, to offer spot-lit night drives and guided walks in the concession in addition to drives in the Khwai Reserve & in the Moremi Game Reserve. You’ll even have the chance to visit the local village for an insight into life next to the Okavango Delta. Thanks to its permanent water and mix of habitats, the area has excellent year-round game viewing and a reputation for big cats and wild dogs.
Day 7 to 8: A Pearl in the Okavango Delta
From the Khwai Reserve 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. Here the density and diversity of wildlife is very high and Kadizora ends this safari on a high note.
The Journey Ends
After breakfast you have a short flight to Maun Airport. The safari now ends but if you’d like to add on some time in Cape Town, we can arrange everything.
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.
- 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 Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe),
- Flights from Maun (Botswana),
- Premium Drinks at Safari Camps,
- Drinks at Batonka Lodge,
- Meals that are not Specified,
- Items of personal nature,
- Travel Insurance