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Moremi Game Reserve, the Okavango Delta, and Chobe National Park

Overview

Enjoy a staggering abundance of wildlife—from masses of elephants and prides of lions to hippos wading in the shallows of the Okavango Delta—while tracking game by 4WD vehicle, riverboat, and, a Botswana specialty, mokoro (dugout canoe) in some of southern Africa’s most spectacular landscapes. We bring you to welcoming lodges and exclusive private mobile camps—no one else gets you this close to the action (and in such comfort!).

This was one of our best trips ever. We are still on a high a month after the trip, having had wonderful guides, camp crew, and co-travelers. It was the right mix of comfort and authentic experience and we saw so much more than anticipated.
— Ronnie G. Las Vegas, NV

Itinerary at a Glance

Days 1-3
Moremi Game Reserve / Private Camp

Moremi, in the northeastern portion of the Okavango Delta, is an exquisite wetland of lagoons and islands. Explore by open vehicle and by boat, looking for tsessebes, Burchell’s zebras, ostriches, and predators including lions, wild dogs, and spotted hyenas. Our ruggedly comfortable mobile camp (you’ll even have your own tent steward) sits on the edge of mopane forests in a lovely setting of secret pools and open grasslands with no one else around.

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Days 4-5
Okavango Delta / Xugana Lodge

Xugana Lodge offers comfortable accommodations in reed-and-thatch chalets overlooking a tranquil lagoon in a remote western corner of the Okavango Delta. Our explorations on foot, by motorboat, and aboard a mokoro canoe take you in search of an amazing array of birdlife and animals including lechwe and the shy sitatunga, both semi-aquatic antelopes.

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Days 6-10
Chobe National Park / Private Camp / Livingstone

A charter flight whisks you to Chobe, a legendary elephant refuge, with by far the single largest concentration of elephants in the world. Unforgettable moments here include golden-red sunsets along the Chobe River, thousands of elephants browsing in thick acacia woodlands, buffalo herds on open plains, and the cry of the African fish eagle piercing the air. Depart on Day 10 via Livingstone, Zambia—or extend your adventure at Victoria Falls, where the mile-wide Zambezi River drops 300 feet into a sheer chasm to create its thundering cascade.

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Highlights

Highlights

Thrilling game tracking by open 4WD vehicle in the savannas and woodlands of Chobe National Park
Boat excursions and game viewing in the Okavango Delta, an amazing miracle of water in an otherwise arid landscape
Extend your trip at Victoria Falls, one of the wonders of the world

Details

Length: 10 days
Cost From: $7095  
Arrive: Maun, Botswana
Depart: Livingstone, Zambia
Lodging: 6 nights private camps, 3 nights hotels and game lodges
Meals: All meals included except 1 lunch
Activity: Safaris, Wildlife & Natural History
Trip Level:

Game viewing by 4WD vehicle, boat, and mokoro (canoe)

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Special Seasonal Departures

Botswana has so much to offer that we’ve created several special safaris to fully experience its wonders.

Botswana: Kalahari Explorer

14 days: Apr 9-22, 2017
This journey is timed for the ideal gameviewing season in Botswana’s Central Kalahari Reserve, with its unique desert wildlife, plus Chobe National Park and the Okavango Delta.

Botswana: Okavango Explorer

14 days: Jun 26-Jul 9, 2016, Aug 21-Sep 3, 2016, Aug 6-19, 2017
This journey is timed for the ideal gameviewing season in Botswana’s Central Kalahari Reserve, with its unique desert wildlife, plus Chobe National Park and the Okavango Delta.

Kalahari San Tribe Expedition

17 days: Mar 4-20, 2016
This journey is timed for the ideal gameviewing season in Botswana’s Central Kalahari Reserve, with its unique desert wildlife, plus Chobe National Park and the Okavango Delta.

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