Botswana Safari

Its one thing to watch nature documentaries from the comfort of your couchits definitely another thing to get up close and personal with the wildlife of Botswana. During this unparalleled safari experience, youll travel in open jeeps and boats in search of elephants, giraffes, lions and exotic birds before resting up in our comfortable tented camps and even a house boat. Be sure to pack your camerait might just be the most important piece of gear you bring with you.

  • Duration: 10 Days
  • Guaranteed Departure: Yes
  • For lovers of: Parks & Nature Reserves, Wildlife
  • Physical rating: Light
  • Accommodation standard:   Moderate%
  • Traveller Tour Rating: 0%  
  • Your Guide: English speaking
  • Supplier Tour ID: DZBT/141568
  • Starts: Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
  • Finishes: Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
You will Visit
  • Victoria Falls
  • Okavango Delta
  • Maun
  • Moremi Game Reserve
  • Chobe National Park
  • Kasane



Day 1: Victoria Falls

Arrive at any time. Arrival transfer included.


Day 2: Victoria Falls/Okavango Delta

Cross the border into Botswana, via a short border crossing through Namibia, continuing on to the Okavango Delta.

Transfer to a houseboat, which is home for the next 2 nights in the Okavango Delta, the world's largest inland delta. Travelling by houseboat allows us to explore a more secluded area of the delta, taking small boats into the channels and waterways for wildlife viewing and birdwatching.
Arrive at the houseboat this afternoon where we receive a safety briefing and orientation from the crew. Check into our cabins, enjoy lunch then take our first skiff boat excursion.

Enjoy the journey into the “Panhandle” area of the Okavango Delta, in Northern Botswana. This area is recognized as one of the most peaceful areas in the Delta, due to its remoteness. There are only a handful of permanent camps and boats operating in this wilderness area, which makes it an ideal place to stay.


Day 3: Okavango Delta

Enjoy the day on a houseboat with early morning and late afternoon wildlife excursions. Opt to enjoy a cultural excursion to Tsoldilo Hills to view ancient San Bushman rock paintings, or relax on deck with a cool drink watching the passing scenery.


Day 4: Okavango Delta/Maun

Transfer to the frontier town of Maun. Option to shop and take a scenic flight over the delta.
Stay here at a hotel that offers a pleasant eating area with a beautiful swimming pool. In the afternoon, relax at the hotel, which is situated on the banks of the Thamalakane River.


Day 5: Maun/Moremi Game Reserve

Drive to the Khwai River area bordering Moremi Game Reserve. With astounding wildlife, this area has been rated one of the best for game viewing in the world. Relax this evening on the camp deck, admiring the stunning views with a cool drink.
Take a leisurely drive to our camp in the Khwai River area via Savuti, an area best known for large populations of bull elephants and prides of lions that patrol the banks of this channel. Due to the fact that none of Botswana's wildlife areas are fenced, game can move freely between wilderness areas. This region's diversity of game is astounding and Moremi has been rated as one of the best game viewing areas in the world.

Our lodge boasts a majestic dining and lounge area leading onto a viewing deck over the bushveldt. Enjoy spectacular sunsets over sundowners from the quaint bar or from the deck of your comfort en-suite tent.


Day 6: Moremi Game Reserve

Embark early on an open vehicle game drive in Moremi and surrounding concession areas, enjoy lunch and continue with the game drive. Make it back to camp in the afternoon with time to relax at the comfortable tented camp.


Day 7: Moremi Game Reserve/Chobe National Park

Leave the Khwai Area and move eastwards to Chobe National Park. Later, travel deeper into the Chobe wilderness to Ghoha Hills, with spectacular views of the surrounding bush. Enjoy late afternoon game viewing in open vehicles around the hills and waterholes in search of elephants, lions, hippos, and giraffes.
In the early afternoon, head south towards the Ghoha Hills and the Savuti area, enjoying game viewing along the hills and surrounding water holes.

At Ghoha Hills Savuti Camp, meru tents have been placed on platforms on the hills overlooking Chobe National Park. The tents are large, spacious with en-suite. The guest area consists of an intimate lounge, bar and dining area overlooking the Ghoha Hills.


Day 8: Chobe National Park/Kasane

In the morning, take a slow game drive along the southern bank of the Chobe River. This afternoon, opt to take a sunset photography river cruise for wildlife viewing, accompanied by an expert wildlife photographer and guide.
After an early start, take a slow game drive along the southern bank of the Chobe River and look for Chobe Bushbuck and Puku Antelope, which are found only in this part of Botswana. The Chobe River is home to the world's largest elephant herds; buffalo, hippos, and lions can also be seen here. Enjoy a private morning game viewing that takes place along routes that overlook this river -- a remarkable variety of animals are drawn to it.


Day 9: Kasane/Victoria Falls

Cross the border back into Zimbabwe for our final evening.


Day 10: Victoria Falls

Depart at any time.

    • Arrival transfer
    • All National Park and game reserve entrances
    • Open vehicle game drives in Savuti area, Chobe National Park, Khwai River and Moremi area
    • Okavango Delta 2-night houseboat excursion with game viewing and bird watching by boat
    • All transport between destinations and to/from included activities
    • Comfort hotels (4 nts), comfort tented camps (3 nts), houseboat (2 nts)
    • 9 breakfasts, 4 lunches, 5 dinners
    • 4x4 vehicle, van, walking, boat
    Group Leader
    • Chief Experience Officer (CEO) throughout, local guides
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Tour Highlights:
  • Photograph African sunsets
  • Cruise a more secluded section of the Okavango Delta by houseboat in search of wildlife
  • Travel in a small group of 9 for more up close and personal views