1-Day Moremi/Khwai Safari

$245 pp (USD)

Min: 2 Pax

Starts in Maun: 0530 Hrs

Ends in Maun: 1730 Hrs

Spend a day exploring Moremi Game Reserve, a place of indescribable beauty that comprises a stunning landscape of forests, lagoons, floodplains and islands. It is this diversity that makes Moremi a wildlife haven. Game viewing in Moremi is excellent year-round and resident species include lion, cheetah, leopard, elephant, wild dog and many more.

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1-Day Mokoro Excursion (Okavango Delta)

$175 pp (USD)

Min: 2 Pax

Starts in Maun: 0630 Hrs

Ends in Maun: 1630 Hrs

Escape the hustle and bustle of city life to experience the peace and beauty of the Okavango Delta’s waterways. You will enjoy the challenge of trekking while on a game/safari walk. It is possible to spot game such as elephants, hippos, zebras, etc., during these safari walks.

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Scenic flights-Okavango Delta

$200 pp (USD)

Min: 2 Pax

Duration: 45 Minutes

Flight times: 0800 Hrs-1700 Hrs

A scenic flight over the Okavango Delta offers an aerial view of the Okavango Delta, giving you the opportunity to see the Delta’s unique water system from a different perspective. It is even possible to spot large game animals such as elephants, hippos, etc from high above during the flight.

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What is a Mobile Camping Safari?

This is a tented camping safari whereby guests are transferred in four wheel drive vehicles from camp to camp. In case of Botswana, these safaris offer affordable African vacations and take guests to some of the best wilderness areas the country has to offer. They are privately guided and therefore usually consist of guests travelling in a small group with a professional guide and a staff complement made up of the safari chef and one or two camp assistants.

These safaris give some of the best safari experiences as they provide access to some of the prime wildlife areas and make use of the private, unfenced, natural campsites to be found within Botswana’s famous game reserves and national Parks.


“It’s all about going back to the basics, back to the way safaris used to be―camping under canvas in the African wilderness, eating under the stars, moving from camp to camp and leaving nothing behind, apart from our footprints.”