Join us for 10 days exploring the Kalahari Game Reserve, Okavango Delta & Chobe National Park while camping in nature. Adventurous days will consist out of wildlife game drives, guided hikes, boat cruises and Mokoro excursions on the Delta.
Please note that these itineraries are to give you a general idea. We would be happy to look at adapting these in any way to best suit our clients.
Meet and greet at Maun International Airport, transfer to Jump Street Chalets for overnight.
After an early breakfast we will depart to Tsodilo Hills, arrival will be round lunch. Afternoon bush walk around the camp.
An early breakfast, walking excursion, cultural exchange with San, story telling around the fire.
Early breakfast before heading back to Maun, in time for Okavango overnight trip.
Early breakfast, depart to the delta then head to Maun on transit to Central Kalahari Game Reserve for camping in one of Boga Camp sites. Afternoon game drive.
Another day in the Central Kalahari.
Early breakfast to drive to Nata, camping at Pelican Lodge. Stop on the way to have lunch, rest for a fresh start, Dinner. If time allows guest will go for an afternoon drive over to pans for bird viewing.
Early morning drive to the salt pans and bird viewing. Breakfast will be offered on return from activity. Lunch packs on the way to Kasane.
Early morning tea and game drive around Chobe National Park. Afternoon boat cruise.
After breakfast, guests will be dropped off at the airport or Kazungula ferry.
You will be staying at various campsites on this adventurous safari.
These hills are of great cultural and spiritual significance to the Basarwa (San) people of Kalahari. Get to see an experience more than 4,500 rock paintings against the magnificent stone faces of the Tsodilo Hills. Witness the large salt pan in the middle of the dry savanna of North Eastern Botswana which is Makgadikgadi salt pans.
Acquaint yourselves at the rock which is engulfed of the white sea of salt which makes it to remain as an island jutting in the middle of the flats the Kubu Island. Intervene with our first people in the Republic of Botswana named the Basarwa (BushMan) and get to learn about the origins and culture of the Tsodilo Hills. Learn Stories about the paintings found in the rocks of this Hills.
Kalahari Game Reserve
The Central Kalahari Game Reserve is the largest game reserve in the world. It was originally established in 1961 with the aim of serving as a residence of sanctuary for the san, located in Kalahari (Botswana) for them to live their way of life without intrusion.
San naturally are hunters and gatherers, they live most of their life in the bush. They are nick-named bush man. Central Kalahari game Reserve (CKGR) has a dense concentration of herbivores and long grasses that accompany predators. However there is camping in the game reserve.
Central Kalahari game Reserve (CKGR) has a dense concentration of herbivores and long grasses that accompany predators. However there is camping in the game reserve.
This is the world heritage site come and get to know why. View our fauna and floura found in this area. Experience the way of life of the natures.
The Okavango Delta (or Okavango Grassland) (formerly spelled Okovango or Okovanggo) in Botswana is a very large, swampy inland delta formed where the Okavango river reaches a tectonic trough in the central part of the endorheic basin of the Kalahari.
All the water reaching the delta is ultimately evaporated and transpired, and does not flow into any sea or ocean. Each year approximately 11 cubic kilometers of water spreads over the 6,000-15,000 km2 area. Some flood-waters drain into Lake Ngami.
The Moremi Game Reserve, a national park, is on the eastern side of the delta. The scale and magnificence of the Okavango Delta helped it secure a position as one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa, which were officially declared on February 11, 2013 in Arusha. On 22 June 2014, the Okavango Delta became the 1000th site to be officially inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Chobe National Park
The Chobe National Park has the world’s largest concentration of African elephants, and Northern Botswana has one of the few remaining large populations of the endangered African wild dog.
Minimum number of participants: 4
Maximum number of participants: 8