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Botswana Mobile Safari

botswana has a price tag to it. by choosing the mobile safari you will travel at less than half price of the lodges, yet with a continuous personal guide and enough service to make it best possible value for money. travel in a similar way the great explorers and pioneers of days gone by must have travelled.

I personally absolutely love to experience true wilderness areas by mobile safari. the safaris we do in botswana are all-inclusive (meals, drinks, activities) and fully catered - there is enough staff to take care of all camp duties. you as the client can just sit back and relax. now even though this will always remain a mobile safari I do call it camping with a difference : best possible guiding with great food, hot shower and mobile toilets. please do away with the conventional understanding of “camping” - being very rustic and basic , sleeping on the floor in your own sleeping bag - these days are long gone. a mobile safari with us remains the classic character of camping but thrown in with enough pleasantries and luxury/service to make it a memorable experience. only a handful of people do not come back for more...

many of our safaris do run scheduled but anything private and tailor-made is possible.


Please note that all prices are indicative only and subject to change.

Day 1

Destination: Arrival/Maun Lodge
Accomodation: Maun Lodge [Bed & Breakfast]

Your guide will meet you at Maun International Airport and transfer you to Maun Lodge, where you can unpack, shower and relax. In the afternoon an optional game flight (additional cost) offers you an aerial view of the Okavango Delta. 

Day 2

Destination: Maun/Moremi Game Reserve
Accomodation: Xakanaxa Camping (Full board + activities)

We make an early start and drive through traditional villages before entering South Gate into Moremi Wildlife Reserve. Our drive takes us on a scenic route through Moremi to Xakanaxa Lagoons. Arrive in camp with enough time to shower before dinner is served in the dining tent. 

Day 3

Destination: Moremi Game Reserve/Xakanaxa
Accomodation: Xakanaxa Camping (Full board + activities)

Early morning game drive through Moremi with its magnificent scenery in search of the abundant and varied wildlife resident in this area. Return to camp at about 11h00 for a delicious brunch. Time to relax in camp. After tea we take a game drive and enjoy sundowners before returning to camp.

Day 4

Destination: Moremi Game Reserve/Xakanaxa
Accomodation: Khwai Camping (Full board + activities)

Having had breakfast we take a morning motor boat cruise on the Okavango Delta, after which we leave Xakanaxa and continue on an interesting riverine route through Moremi, to arrive at our camp set up within sight of Khwai River at Moremi’s North Gate. 

Day 5

Destination: Moremi Game Reserve/Khwai
Accomodation: Khwai Camping (Full board + activities)

Early morning and afternoon game drives exploring the Khwai River area should reveal a variety of game. Leisure time to relax at camp during the day. 

Day 6

Destination: Moremi Game Reserve/Savuti
Accomodation: Savuti Camping (Full board + activities)

An early morning game drive to have one last look at the Khwai, before returning to our camp for breakfast. We leave Moremi and our route takes us on an interesting day’s drive northwards to Savuti. We stop en route for lunch. On the way to Savuti we pass over the Mababe depression, once a vast lake, here in summer months the zebra migrate from the Northern Chobe via Savuti and Mababe to Makgadigadi Pans. Approximately 20 000 zebras make this annual migration. 

The Savuti channel and marsh have been dry since 1980 and finally received water again in 2009. The marsh is now partially covered in water and attract large concentrations of game and birds. Time will now tell how the water will influence the famous Savuti bull elephant population which it is well known for. Overnight Savuti in exclusive wilderness area. 

Day 7

Destination: Savuti
Accomodation: Savuti Camping (Full board + activities)

We depart on a early morning drive in search of the Savuti predators. Savuti has been host to most of the amazing wildlife documentaries filmed in the last 25 years. Many about the merciless competition between the different predators. Savuti also have a few rocky outcrops enabling us to see the Klipspringer antelope. There is also a small collection of Bushmen rock art. Morning and afternoon game drives with leisure time to relax during the heat of the day. Overnight Savuti in exclusive wilderness area.

Day 8 & 9

Destination: Savuti/Chobe National Park
Accomodation: Chobe Camping (Full board + activities)

After breakfast we leave for the Chobe River and we should see the breeding herds of elephant and large herds of buffalo for which this park is famous. Chobe riverfront is without a doubt one of the best game viewing spots in Southern Africa. In a afternoon it is possible to see more than a thousand elephants and buffalo. Shy antelope species like the Chobe bushbuck, Roan and Sable antelope can also easily be seen. Along the Chobe floodplains is also a small population of Puku antelope common on the floodplains of Zambia. If you are a keen birdwatcher, Chobe will not disappoint, huge amounts of water birds congregate here especially in the summer months. In the afternoon on the second day, a boating excursion on the Chobe River offers a new dimension to game viewing. Camp along Chobe floodplains in exclusive wilderness area.

Day 10

Destination: Chobe National Park/Departure
Accomodation: Depart via Livingstone or Vic Falls

After a leisurely breakfast, we pack up and slowly make our way out of Chobe National Park towards the town of Kasane, from here it is time to bid farewell and be transferred to Livingstone or Victoria Falls.

Your transfer company will drop you off at your hotel or at the Airport in time for your international flight.

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