Great North Road – Botswana: 11 Days from US$ 4,125

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Are you looking for an exceptional safari experience? Looking for something different, something authentic, something real, an experience where you can see, smell, taste and feel Africa? We invite you to accompany us on our mobile tented safari in Northern Botswana to experience one of Africa’s authentic and unique safari experiences. We focus on the timeless basics to ensure we provide “a safari experience of a lifetime“ a great guide, a great bed and great food. There is something magical about sitting around the campfire on a dark winters night, listening to the far off grunt of a solitary lion and the soft consistent call of a Scops owl.

Priced from$4,125
Days11
DayRegionAccommodation
1Moremi Game ReserveXakanaxa/3rd Bridge Area
2Moremi Game ReserveXakanaxa/3rd Bridge Area
3Moremi Game ReserveKhwai Community Area
4Moremi Game ReserveKhwai Community Area
5Moremi Game ReserveKhwai Community Area
6Chobe National ParkSavute
7Chobe National ParkSavute
8Chobe National ParkSavute
9Chobe National ParkChobe River
10Chobe National ParkChobe River
11KasaneSafari Ends
Days 1 & 2: Moremi Game Reserve & Okavango Delta

Spending our first two nights camping in the Xakanaxa / 3rd Bridge region, we explore the surrounding wilderness on game drives during the day. The Moremi Game Reserve forms part of the unique ecosystem called the Okavango Delta and Moremi covers up to one third of the Okavango.

Days 3, 4 & 5: Camping in the Khwai Community Area Bordering the Moremi Game Reserve

Following an early breakfast, we pack camp and continue our journey to Khwai. We spend the next three nights camping at a campsite in the community area, exploring the Khwai floodplains on game drives both during the day and at night. Here, you will also enjoy a 2½ hour Mekoro trip exploring the water ways of Khwai which is the most eastern reach of the Okavango river system. Exploring after dark with spotlights offers you a unique opportunity to experience some of the nocturnal animals that are rarely encountered during the day.

Days 6, 7 & 8: Camping at Savute within the Chobe National Park

We head further north en-route to Chobe National Park, were we spend the following three nights camping in a wilderness campsite in the Savute region, exploring the desert-like landscape of game drives.

Days 9 & 10: Camping at Chobe River front within the Chobe National Park

Leaving this parched landscape, we continue our journey north to the contrasting Chobe region of the park. We spend the last two nights camping in a wilderness campsite near the Chobe River, exploring the riverbanks and surrounding flood plains on game drives. Also enjoy an afternoon boat cruise on the Chobe River.

Day 11: Kasane

After breakfast and a short game drive, your safari ends in Kasane around 0900am.

2018 Departures (minimum 2 passengers)
Maun to KasaneTwin Share
01 Apr – 31 Dec 2018from US$ 4,125 – US$ 5,395

INCLUDES:

  • Comfortable, walk-in meru-style tent accommodation with built-in floors and mosquito gauze at windows and entrance
  • Comfortable beds
  • All bed linen and a towel
  • En suite bathrooms with a bucket shower and bush loo
  • Bathroom amenities (soap, shampoo and insect repellent)
  • Licensed and experienced professional guide for the duration of your safari
  • Game drives and local transfers in custom-made, open game drive vehicles
  • All entrance and camping fees within the National Parks & Game Reserves
  • All meals & selected drinks
  • Dedicated safari team including cook, camp assistant and back-up driver
  • Medical Evacuation insurance and all activities as per itinerary
Maun to Kasane
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040227252219171406
3030
Kasane to Maun
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1513100805022825

Note: No single supplement, however, we reserve the right to limit the number of singles.

Children: No children under 12 years. 15% discount for children 12–17 years (inclusive) travelling with their parents.

Xakanaxa

Savute

Chobe River

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