A 15 day safari between in Maun and Livingstone (Victoria Falls) taking in Moremi, the Okavango Delta & Chobe.
6 nights lodging, 8 nights camping
The low season cost is from £3,247 per person based on two traveling or £2,499 per person based on four people sharing a vehicle.
The high season cost is from £3,717 per person based on two traveling or £2,904 per person based on four people sharing a vehicle.
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Day 1: Lodge, Maun
On your arrival into Maun you will be met and briefed on your vehicle and route. You will have time to do any shopping before setting off to a lodge outside of town which offers a swimming pool and panoramic river views.
Day 2: Camping, Moremi Wildlife Reserve
This morning you set of to Moremi, where you will camp amongst Mopane forest on the edge of the flood plains near a village, the wildlife here is prolific.
Day 3 & 4: Camping, Moremi Wildlife Reserve
Head deeper into the reserve to camp at a pretty campsite that is frequented by wildlife, be cautious of the baboons as they will steal anything that they can carry.
Day 5: Camping, Moremi Wildlife Reserve
Enjoy the day exploring before making your way to another remote campsite, you stay in one of eight pitches on the edge of a beautiful lagoon within the reserve. Facilities are basic loos, showers and water taps.
Day 6: Camping, Moremi Wildlife Reserve
Today you head to the north-eastern side of Moremi for your final night in the reserve. The campsite here overlooks the Khwai River and offers plenty of shade.
Day 7 & 8: Camping, Savute, Chobe National Park
Continue north to Savute, the campsite has individual sites with braai pits and is generally shady although it is dusty. The area is home to plenty of game and is known for its rock paintings, large hyena and lion populations and for the old bull elephants that stay near the waterholes.
Day 9 & 10: Camping, Chobe National Park
Make your way to a peaceful and shady campsite near the papyrus lined Linyanti River in a forgotten corner of Chobe National Park. This attractive, game rich region is less visited as it is truly off the beaten track.
Day 11 & 12: Camping, Chobe National Park
Spend your final two nights in Chobe camping in an idyllic spot on the banks of the river. This part of the park boasts one of the highest concentrations of elephant in Africa as well as a wide variety of other wildlife, which moves onto the flood plains to drink.
Day 13 & 14: Lodge, Livingstone, Zambia
Set off for the Kazangula ferry which will take you across the border to Zambia. Make your way to an attractive lodge where you stay in one of only five thatched en-suite cottages on the banks of the Zambezi. There is a large swimming pool, bar, dining and sitting area with river views where elephant, hippo and other game can be seen. Return your vehicle.
Day 15: Depart
Today we transfer you to the airport in time for your flight.