Botswana's Chobe counts the highest number of elephants in the world.  It is the northern end of a huge continuous wilderness area stretching through Moremi to the tranquil Okavango Delta and into the Kalahari Desert.  Here animals, including rare species such as rhino and wild dog, roam free, undisturbed by humans.  Then there is the surreal Makgadikgadi Salt Pan with its spectacular sunsets and rich birdlife.  To top it off, just across the border in Zimbabwe lie the Victoria Falls, one of the largest waterfalls in the world and a staple of any Botswana safari.
Botswana's Chobe counts the highest number of elephants in the world.  It is the northern end of a huge continuous wilderness area stretching through Moremi to the tranquil Okavango Delta and into the Kalahari Desert.  Here animals, including rare species such as rhino and wild dog, roam free, undisturbed by humans.  Then there is the surreal Makgadikgadi Salt Pan with its spectacular sunsets and rich birdlife.  To top it off, just across the border in Zimbabwe lie the Victoria Falls, one of the largest waterfalls in the world and a staple of any Botswana safari.
Botswana, Zimbabwe

Trip was good. The wildlife was amazing. Only missed seeing Rhino and Cheetah. The other 10 people in our group were great, all English and Welsh, and everyone got along. The staff of 4 were great also. The cook kept us well fed. The guide Brian was incredible and knew everything about everything. Although there were many times he charged in after wildlife with the truck rather aggressively and would end up scaring it away or deep under bushes. He said he was just trying to get close for us but I think they got too close sometimes. I guess we’re just use to regulations here in Canada about wildlife viewing.
The camping style pushed my limits, but we did get to experience things that I don’t think people staying in lodges would get. So grateful to be home and have my own bathroom and shower though!

Paula - Toronto, ON

Botswana Safari

Small Group Holiday

14

CA$

days from

5149

Botswana's Chobe counts the highest number of elephants in the world. It is the northern end of a huge continuous wilderness area stretching through Moremi to the tranquil Okavango Delta and into the Kalahari Desert. Here animals, including rare species such as rhino and wild dog, roam free, undisturbed by humans. Then there is the surreal Makgadikgadi Salt Pan with its spectacular sunsets and rich birdlife. To top it off, just across the border in Zimbabwe lie the Victoria Falls, one of the largest waterfalls in the world and a staple of any Botswana safari.

Activity / Theme

Country

Nature & Wildlife

Botswana, Zimbabwe

Comfort Level

Physical Rating

Basic / Moderate

Leisurely / Moderate

Transportation

Accommodation

Toyota Land Cruiser or similar 4WD

11 nights full-service camping, 2 nights chalets

Months of Operation

March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November

Adventure Coordinators Insider Tip:

The best time to travel to Botswana for game viewing is the dry season from April to October. However, during the other months landscapes are lush and young animals are born.  I have had some amazing animal encounters during this so-called green season

Itinerary

DAY 1 Start Maun
DAY 2 To Okavango Delta
DAY 3 Game walk; sunset dug-out canoe trip
DAY 4 To Maun
DAY 5 Makgadikgadi Salt Pan
DAY 6 To Victoria Falls
DAY 7 Activities at Victoria Falls
DAY 8 Visit Victoria Falls; to Chobe; boat trip
DAY 9 Chobe and Savuti
DAY 10 Game drives in Savuti
DAY 11 Game drive en-route to Moremi
DAY 12 Safari in Moremi
DAY 13 Game drive in Moremi; to Maun
DAY 14 Tour ends Maun

Inclusions

All breakfasts, 7 lunches, 7 dinners
All accommodation
All transport and listed activities
Tour leader throughout

Sample tour.  Itinerary, accommodation, transportation, inclusions and prices are correct at the time of publication but may change without prior notice.  Please inquire.

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