The ‘Kalahari Exposed’ safari includes the best that Botswana has to offer, from the open grasslands, famous black-maned lions and Africa’s 2nd largest zebra migration in the Kalahari, to the vast salt pans and ancient Bushman way of life of Magkadigkadi Pans to the breathtaking lush waterways of the Okavango Delta teeming with birdlife, hippos and the iconic large herds of elephants. The Savute area is National Geographic filming territory so you know you are going to enjoy spectacular viewing.
The ‘Desert and Delta’ safari encompasses the best that Botswana has to offer. For those guests that have never visited Botswana, this package includes all the must-sees of this iconic destination. From the parched grasslands of the Kalahari, with the famous black-maned lions, to the papyrus-lined crystal clear waterways with astounding birdlife, to the famous Savute, renowned for its large concentration of predators. This trip includes a visit to the Botswana Rhino Relocation and Reintroduction programme and social programmes to support the local community.
The ‘Explore Okavango’ safari concentrates on the lush and intricate waterways of the Okavango Delta. Your days are spent on the water, watching elephants coming down to drink, the papyrus beds teeming with prolific birdlife and abundant hippos. After 5 days of exploring the waterways, you will be transferred to Savute Safari Lodge. The Savute area is world-renowned for its large concentration of predators, buffalo and elephant herds and it is the site of many National Geographic documentaries.
‘Extravagant Okavango’ offers just what the name implies – exploring the Okavango Delta and all its delights in definitive extravagance. Fly in from Maun, reach your camps by charter plane and relax in the opulence of these luxury bush camps. This safari will exceed your expectations of what the African bush can offer, combining as it does the great game viewing areas of Botswana, teeming with lions, wild dog, leopards and large herds of elephant, with the ultimate in luxury camps.