Participation Safaris


These are group camping safaris that require limited assistance from guests. This includes pitching up and packing your own tent, and carrying your bags from and to the vehicle. This is where your participation ends. The rest of the camp tasks including cooking, washing dishes, etc. are carried out by the camp staff.

Note: These safaris start on fixed dates only.

Guests are provided with:

  • A 2 m X 2 m dome tent on a sharing basis (i.e. 2 persons per tent)Note: A single person per tent on request attracts an additional cost.      
  • A bedroll consisting of a mattress and bedding per guest.     
  • A shared restroom area which includes a bucket shower and bush toilet.
  • Meals include breakfast, lunch & dinner every day during the safari.      
  • Drinks include bottled water, soft drinks, tea and coffee every day during the safari.
  • Transfers between camps and game drives are done in open–sided 4 X 4 safari vehicles.      
  • There is a charging system in each safari vehicle to enable guests to easily recharge camera batteries and phones during the safari.


Botswana Highlights: Okavango Delta to Chobe

8-Days/ 7 Nights

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Makgadikgadi, Okavango Delta & Chobe Explorer

13–Days/ 12 Nights

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The Kalahari to Chobe Expedition

15–Days / 14 Nights

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Okavango Delta & Chobe Explorer

7-Days / 6 Nights

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Victoria Falls & Chobe Explorer

4–Days/ 3 Nights

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Okavango Delta, Chobe & Victoria Falls Explorer

10–Days / 9 Nights

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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.”