9 Days Camping & Walking
- this is a basic itinerary, ready to be adjusted according to client's ideas and requirements
- walks use to be performed in the morning and nature drives in the afternoon
The guests arrive in from Zambia (Livingstone), Zimbabwe (Victoria Falls) or at Kasane or Maun airport in Botswana. You will meet our guide with staff there, and drive around the town to buy your personal belongings you haven’t brought with from home. After that we’ll start our way to Chobe National Park.
Day 1,2,3 - Chobe national park, Serondela river front
Botswana’s Chobe national park is famous for it's enormous elephant herds. You will enjoy a boat cruise down the Chobe river, look also for hippos, crocodile and water birds, enjoying 5 activities in total (2 nature walks, 2 drives and 1 boat cruise for the 3 nights stay along the Chobe river front, then drive to Savuti).
Day 4,5 - Savuti
You will drive to Savuti to enjoy the historic rock paitings and predator diversity of Savuti at Savuti marsh. The arrival is in the afternoon, you will refresh and head out for an afternoon nature drive to the Bushman rock paitings. You’ll conduct 2 nature walks and 1 safari drive in Savuti before making your way to Okavango delta, on the following day.
Day 6,7,8 - Okavango delta
A maze of channels and lagoons sustain a profusion of wildlife of this area. You are going to explore the constantly shifting marsh by mokoro, a traditional dugout canoe, to observe wildlife at eye level. You will look out for rare birds, like the endangerd Pel's fishing owl, as well sa water adapted antelopes like sitatunga, which is endemic to the Okavango delta, and the red lecwe, browsing in the grades. You’ll experience mokoro, 2 safari walks and 2 nature drives.
Day 9 – End of safari
You are going to enjoy full English breakfast and then depart to the target airport, which can be either in Zambia (Livingstone), Zimbabwe (Victoria Falls) or Maun airport, to connect with either air Botswana, SA airlink or other flight connection or your following program in Africa.