24 Days from$8750 p/p in USD
DeparturesApr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct
Guided, Large Group, Small Group
Budget, Mid Range
This is the adventure motorbike safari of a lifetime! Get ready to have your breath taken away as you explore Zambia and Botswana by motorbike. We offer a fun-filled fully supported motorcycle experience packed with exciting activities. Explore Zambia and Botswana giving you a superb mix of wild animals and spectacular breathtaking landscapes; bike on roads that lead you to amazing sights, views of African villages, encounters with locals and lots of unforgettable moments. There are 14 riding days out of 24 safari days while the minimum age is 21 with 5 years riding experience. This motorcycle adventure safari tour is compliant with the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) COVID-19 “Safe Travel” industry protocols.
Safari types:Guided Safari, Motorcycle Safari, Wildlife Safari
You will visit:Okavango Delta, Makgadikgadi Pans NP, Chobe National Park, Gweta, Nata, South Luangwa National Park, Lower Zambezi National Park, Lochinvar National Park, Livingstone, Lusaka
Wildlife:Birds, Big Five, Giraffe, Hippo, Zebra, Hyena, Impala, Antelope, Jackal, Warthog
Activities:Game Drive, Boat Cruise, Nature Walk, Optional Activities, Village Visit, Birding, Cultural Experience, Motorbike
Getting around:Game Viewing Vehicle, Transfer Vehicle, Domestic Flight, Motorbike
Start/end:Start in Lusaka, Zambia, end in Maun, Botswana
Minimum age:21 years with 5 years motorcycle experience
Welcome to Zambia!
Zambia is commonly referred to as the “smiling” country of Southern Africa because Zambians are incredibly friendly and welcoming to visitors. The name Zambia was derived from the Zambezi River, one of Zambia’s main rivers, while the country’s captivating landscape is attracts visitors from all over the world. Your first destination on your motorcycle safaris, Zambia, is Southern African’s best kept secret which has an aura of mystery waiting to be uncovered by you travelling on a motorbike. Technically speaking, Zambia has all the Big Five, but rhinos are extremely rare and confined to the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park in Livingstone, which you will visit.
Home to the Victoria Falls, Zambia offers a truly authentic African holiday experience, where the only thing that gets spoiled is you. The depth of her cultures, the drama of her landscapes and wildlife plus the delight and peaceful people.
Welcome to Botswana!
Your second destination on your motorcycle safari, Botswana, was voted as the best 2019 eco-tourism safari destination in Africa. The country practices low impact, high value eco-tourism experiences. It is home to amazing wildlife including the world’s largest elephant population, Africa’s largest predators: lions, leopards and wild dogs, and many other such animals.
Promoting Sustainable Tourism
We are committed to undertaking sustainable travel on this safari tour to ensure that natural and cultural environments are well protected under the “Take photos and leave footprints only” theme.
Green Safaris Conservation Foundation of Kafue National Park
We contribute some funds from the income earned from conducting this safari tour to support the work of Green Safaris Conservation Foundation of Kafue National Park, a privately run environmental protection watchdog and advocacy foundation. It is involved in educating local communities living around the Kafue National Park on various aspects of environmental and cultural conservation.
Price Per Person – USD
From USD 8,750 per person to join a group tour
From USD 9,187 per person for a private tour for a group of friends (minimum number is 6)
** SPECIAL OFFER – 10% DISCOUNT ON ABOVE PRICES (promotion ends 31 Dec 2022)**
Mandatory Add Ons
From USD 300 per person for return domestic flight Lusaka/Mfuwe/Lusaka
From USD 2,280 per person – insurance deposit, refundable at end of the tour subject to motorbike assessment & condition
Group Size: Minimum 6 pax, Maximum 16 pax
We do not wait for departure slots to fill up to the required number. All our departure dates on this exciting motorcycle tour are 100% guaranteed to take off on the stated date regardless of the number of people that have booked.
- Accommodation & meals
- Services of a fully-trained, certified motorcycle tour guide
- Transport by motorcycle & transfer vehicles
- Use of motor cycles BMW F 750 GS (2020) & F 850 GS (2020)
- Support vehicle to carry luggage and a spare motorcycle
- Driver and cook
- Camping gear (excluding towels and pillows)
- Game viewing activities as per program
- Park entry fees
- Flights, cross-border & visa fees
- Alcoholic beverages
- Motorcycle fuel cost during the tour
- Activities not included in the program
- Other types of motorcycles available at additional daily cost
- Tank bag, side panniers, helmet, jacket, gloves, GPS available for rent at an additional cost
- Personal expenses, travel insurance & gratuities
- Insurance Excess Deposit, paid upfront, refundable at the end of the tour subject to motorcycle inspection
- Payment of any traffic fines for road violation offences committed on the road
- All medical examinations and COVID-19 costs related issues of obtaining the relevant documentations
- This itinerary is owned and delivered by ‘Send Us Tours Zambia‘
- All prices are ‘From’ and may vary at the time of booking
- Display price is usually based on two people sharing
- ‘Send Us Tours Zambia‘ reserves the right to change the content and price of the itinerary
- All itineraries are subject to availability
Day by Day Overview
You arrive in Lusaka, capital city and business centre of Zambia, one of Africa’s most delightful cities. Our hospitality team will welcome you with true, friendly, Zambian hospitality spirit at Lusaka’s Kenneth Kaunda International Airport. You will be transferred to stay at the top rated Luxury Bonanza Resorts (sharing). This newly opened resort hotel graces beautiful green vegetation landscape picturesque. To crown it all, Bonanza Resorts has a magnificent golf course and state-of-the art wellness centre. It is located just 10 minutes’ drive from the Lusaka’s Kenneth Kaunda International Airport. In the event that accommodation is not available at Bonanza Resort during your visit, the second alternative of a good level accommodation will be at AMB apartments (sharing, comparatively the same standard as Bonanza Resorts.
There are no planned activities on the first day of your arrival in Lusaka. So you will check-in at either Bonanza Resorts or AMB apartments. Relax or visit Lusaka city if you arrive early in the day. Activities start on the following second day early in the morning. You will a receive short briefing by the Tour Director. You will be oriented on some pertinent issues such as personal safety, required eco-tour practices and some important country information and expected local social etiquette. The tour director will collect your insurance, next of kin details at this meeting and verification of your motorcycle license. So kindly make sure you arrange a flight which arrives in Zambia in good time. In the evening we will have a ‘meet and greet session’ in a nice restaurant where you will meet your fellow travellers. You will be served delicious evening dinner. Thereafter you will retire to bed.
Note: When making your international airline bookings, kindly also include and book for your Zambia domestic return flight ticket from Lusaka to Mfuwe and return to Lusaka. (This domestic air fare is not included in this package rate; so you must kindly settle it in advance to avoid missing your connecting flight to Mfuwe). This flight will be on the second day after your arrival in Lusaka.
Today is the start of your exciting safari trip. Early in the morning, you will be transferred to Lusaka International Airport for your domestic flight to Mfuwe International Airport. On arrival you will be met by a representative from Flat Dogs Camp or Croc Valley Campsite (or any other good level lodge) who will take you directly to the respective lodge/camp. Both Flatdogs Camp and Croc Valley Lodge are situated just outside South Luangwa National Park in the Game Management Area (GMA), set in a riverside forest on the banks of the Luangwa River overlooking the park.
Note: Please note that there are NO motorcycle riding activities in this phase of the trip in South Luangwa National Park. All style of transport in and out of the park including game viewing will be exclusively done by motor vehicles.
Your visit to the South Luangwa National Park will be one of the highlights of your wildlife safari in Zambia. In the morning, you will board a safari vehicle for your full day game viewing drive. In the evening return for dinner then a good night sleep. A world-renowned wildlife haven, South Luangwa National Park, in the eastern part of Zambia, is a fantastic option for walking safaris. It is home to herds of elephants, buffalo, Thornicroft’s giraffe and endemic species of zebra and wildebeest. It’s a leopard hot spot with night game drives making the chance of seeing one good. Around the Luangwa River wildlife populations are among the highest in Africa with wallowing hippos, bathing elephants and plenty of crocodiles.
In the morning you will board the safari vehicle again for your full-day game viewing drive. To crown it all at the end of the day, you will also go on a night drive to look for animals that are only active after dark. Return to the lodge afterwards and spend quality time with friends drinking an ice-cold beer or juice (own expense). Staying here is so special that you’ll remember your visit to the South Luangwa National Park for the rest of your life!
Return to Mfuwe Airport for your return flight to Lusaka. Upon arrival in Lusaka, you will be met at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport by our greeters and company driver. Then you will be transferred to a lodge on the outskirts of Lusaka for your overnight stay, either Eureka Camp or Lilayi Lodge. You will take possession of your motorcycles, with a motorcycle fitting session for the group followed by a short test ride to ensure everyone’s equipment has been set up properly. Later enjoy a sumptuous dinner before retiring to bed.
Note: There are no planned activities on this day. Time allowing, you will visit any nearby shopping malls to buy supplies for use in Lower Zambezi National Park the following day. Activities start on the following day early in the morning which is the day of travel to Lower Zambezi Valley via Chirundu
You will rise early for breakfast. The much anticipated motorcycle ride to Lower Zambezi through Lusaka city will be flagged off with pomp by the Tour Director. Take a group photo of all riders on their motorcycles against the background of the Zambian national flag. The motorbike procession will be followed behind by a support service vehicle. You will ride on a good tarmac road from Lusaka to Chirundu (D152/RD491– all tarmac), an important commercial artery route that crosses the Zambian border and goes on to Harare, Zimbabwe. So at most this road is always kept in good repair condition.
Finer details of this trip: About 50 kms from Lusaka, you will reach a small road-side town of Kafue (its name is derived from the Kafue River, one of Zambia’s major rivers). This town has no major tourism landmarks of interest worth a stop-over.
After Kafue town, you will head to one of Zambian’s unique natural landmark; the Kafue River and state-of-the-art Kafue Road Bridge. Slow down on the Kafue Bridge with a chance to have a closer view of the Kafue River. Kafue is one of the main rivers of Zambia, the main source and water supply to the greater Lusaka city population. The tour guide will be close by to provide more detailed information on these two important landmarks.
After the Kafue Bridge Police check point, you will ride straight past Turn Pike turn off down the escarpment to the Zambezi Valley. Mineral water will be served during the tours. Lunch and refreshments are provided en-route to Lower Zambezi. About 200–300m from the Chirundu border, the unsignposted road to the Lower Zambezi branches east from the main road. We will head to Mvuu Campsite in the game management area covering a distance of 50 km for an exciting lodging excursion in the Chiawa Game Management Area.
Arrive at the Lower Zambezi Game Management Area (GMA): Upon arriving in the Lower Zambezi GMA, you will check-in at Mvuu Lodge and Campsite or similar accommodation facility. At Mvuu you will live close to nature. The lodge is situated in a secluded location deep within the game rich Chiawa area, next to the Lower Zambezi National Park, opposite and across the Zambezi River on the Zimbabwe side is the World Heritage site of Mana Pools National Park. Indigenous bush surrounds Mvuu Lodge, wildlife roam freely through the camp, the unspoilt and abundant river offers phenomenal game fishing – trophy, catch and release tiger fish.
You will stretch your legs after this exciting motorcycle trip from Lusaka to Lower Zambezi by going for a short walk. Experience the thrill of walking close to nature or if time is too short to go for a walk, you will be at liberty to explore the nearby surrounding green environment of Mvuu Lodge and Campsite.
18:00 pm – Evening relaxation
19:30 pm – Dinner
21:30 pm – Early sleep
Highlights of Lower Zambezi National Park: It’s in the Lower Zambezi National Park where a canoe safari is an exhilarating option as well as boating and fishing, all within beautiful riverine surroundings – there’s nothing quite like quietly paddling past a large elephant herd on the Zambezi river’s edge. The Zambezi river basins provides the much needed relief from the scotching valley heat for a variety of wild animals for a frequent drink of water to cool off. Therefore, the game cruise will give you an exciting opportunity to view a variety of wild animals notably hippos, buffaloes and elephants among other many animals. We will make many stops on the river whilst you continue enjoying viewing animals both on land and on the river. Lunch and refreshments will be provided whilst on this exciting tour.
After breakfast, depart for a 50 km off-road stretch to the heart of the Chiawa Game Management Area visiting the numerous villages that we will come across along the way. Upon arrival, have lunch and set up the camp. Afternoon relax, enjoy dinner around the fire and overnight camping.
Wake up and have a sunrise breakfast. Depart for a full-day game drive in the Lower Zambezi National Park on board our support vehicle, with a picnic lunch inside the park. Return to the camp by sunset for dinner prepared by our accompanying chef and an evening of relaxation with friends. Overnight camping.
Wake up at sunrise for breakfast. Break up camp and head off on the return journey to Chirundu, riding for approximately 60 km on dust, rock and gravel roads through the villages of the Chiawa GMA. From here, we will branch off to reach Siavonga, riding on a tarmac road that winds in the mountains and descends on Lake Kariba. Accommodation in a good level lodge in Siavonga with lunch. In the afternoon, enjoy guided tour of the Kariba Dam and return to lodge for dinner.
Depart from Siavonga for Monze, riding on a good tarmac road that winds in the mountains enroute to Lochinvar National Park, the bird life paradise of Zambia. Travel on route highway code (T–1) which forms the principal transport axis of Southern Province, the tourist hub of Zambia. Distance between Siavonga and Monze (259.7 kms) via M15 and T1.
Upon arrival in Monze, you will overnight for one night at Mooring Lodge and Camp.
- 05:30 am: Wake up and eat a delicious breakfast.
- 06:00 am: Depart from Siavonga to Monze (en route to Lochinvar National Park).
- 08:20 am: You will experience the true Zambian culture of this beautiful country along the way to Monze. You will wind your way through superb landscape, passing through some the awesome Munali hills, green commercial farms, traditional African villages and schools along the way to Mazabuka, the town before Monze.
- 12:30 pm: Arrive in Mazabuka, dubbed “The Sweetest Town” in Zambia. This is because sugar canes that are processed into edible household sugar are grown on a large scale in Mazabuka. Take tea break with light snacks in Mazabuka town. Depart for Monze town. You will see large sugar plantations on the way out of Mazabuka town and pass a number of small village siding settlements along the way to Monze, approximately 72 kms from Mazabuka.
- 16:20 pm: Arrive in Monze:, an agriculture town, with an estimated population of 163,578 people.
- 16:30 pm: Check-in at Mooring Lodge and camp located inside the Mooring farm, 14 kms before reaching Monze town.
Depart to Lochinvar National Park today. A small 450 km2 park on the Kafue floodplains found in the northern side of Kafue River in Monze–west southern province of Zambia, Lochinvar National Park is thought to be one of the richest swamplands for birding in the world with around 428 different bird species to watch – that’s almost a different bird for every square kilometre! There, you’ll locate the egret, wattle crane, sand grouse, pratincole among many other bird species.
- 06:00 am: Wake up call from Mooring Lodge, breakfast.
- 07:20 am: Leave for Lochinvar National Park main entrance.
- Upon payment of park entry fees, proceed to Chunga Lagoon to commence bird spotting and watching.
- 10:20 am – 11.30 am: Ride through Kafue plains to Namalyo Fish camps for a more thorough bird watching excursion along the Kafue Riverine. Do a bird watching walking excursion with lunch served in-between.
- 15:30 pm – Start riding back, sightseeing other sites of interests in the park such as baobab tree, Drum Rocks and Gwisho hotsprings. Finally ride to exit Lochinvar Park to Lochinvar Safari camp outside the park.
- 17:30 pm – Arrive at Lochinvar Safari Lodge campsite. Upon arrival, set up of camp. Evening relax, dinner around the fire and night camping.
Please note that Lochinvar Safari Lodge camp site is a basic camping place with limited services and facilities.
Today we go off the beaten track to the little-visited Kafue National Park. An enormous park with thriving herds on the plains including the majestic sable, often stalked by lion, leopard and wild dog. In short, no wildlife Zambia safari would be complete without a visit to the Kafue National Park, one of Africa’s largest parks and especially good for spotting a variety of wildlife! Birdwatching, especially on the rivers and the dambos, is outstanding. Notables include the wattled crane, purple crested loerie and Pel’s fishing owl. Over 400 species of birds have been recorded throughout the park. The Kafue and Lunga Rivers offer superb fishing opportunities, especially good bream, barbel and fresh water pike.
- 06:00 am: Wake up call from Lochinvar camp site, breakfast.
- 07:20 am: Leave for Namwala, a countryside rural place, initially using village trails to Bweengwa village and connect the main Choma to Namwala tarmac road. The distance between Lochinvar National Park and Namwala is 152 km.
- 12:00 pm: Arrive in Namwala for refueling and lunch.
- 13:00 pm: Use the Kafue Flats embankment gravel road to cross the Kafue River at Baanga River Pontoon to Itezhi Tezhi on a gravel road. After traveling for close to 12 kms, we come to Kafue River. We will load your bike in a government operated pontoon to cross the Kafue Rive a journey of about 7 minutes. The distance between Namwala and Itehi Tezhi is 60 km. Arrive in Itezhi Tezhi town located outside the Kafue National Park, southern region. Check-in at CMS Lodge, have dinner and retire to sleep.
Note: You will enjoy an affordable stay in a clean and comfortable lodging at CMS Lodge or any other good level lodge in Itezhi Tezhi uphill suburb located outside Kafue National Park. CMS Lodge has all the modern amenities including hot water and swimming pool. It is located just a mere 4 km from the main entrance of Kafue National Park.
Leave Kafue National Park for Livingstone, with an overnight stopover in Kalomo on the way. In the morning you will ride on the newly constructed D769 Dudumwezi gravel road to Kalomo, exiting the Kafue National Park at Dudumwezi south gate. The solitude of the journey is only broken by small roadside villages. At the end of this long riding day you reach Kalomo.
Arrive in Kalomo town early afternoon. Located along the main T-1 Lusaka to Livingstone tarmac highway road, Kalomo is the first colonial capital city of Northern Rhodesia (now Zambia). The busy traffic that you will see in Kalomo will make you realise how far you have been from civilization the last few days. Fortunately civilisation has its advantages, like ice-cold beers, terraces and a sumptuous dinner in a nice restaurant. You will check-in a good level lodge where you will enjoy lunch. Spend the whole afternoon resting and relaxing before dinner and an early night.
Today we depart Kalomo and head to Livingstone, known as the tourist and adventure capital city of Zambia. Named after the famous Victorian missionary explorer, Dr David Livingstone who explored this area extensively, Livingstone town was established in 1905. As a major European settlement, being close to the Zambezi River crossing over to Southern Rhodesia, the town was made the capital of Northern Rhodesia in 1911. The capital was moved to Lusaka in 1935. A major event in Livingstone in 2011 was the installation of the town’s first set of traffic lights!
- 06:00 am: Wake up, breakfast.
- 06:30 am: Leave for Livingstone. Join the main T-1 tarmac road and proceed to Livingstone, a distance of about 128 km.
- Midday: Arrive in Livingstone, the tourist capital city of Zambia and check-in at a good level lodge/hotel with internet facilities. After resting, take a walk-about and visit Livingstone centre. You will see the colonial buildings, shops, banks, local market. This is an opportunity for you to withdraw cash at the numerous ATM cash dispensers for your spending pleasure in Livingstone. Relax and spend quality time with your travel colleagues. and recollect on the exciting events of your motorcycle safari so far.
- 16:00 pm: The afternoon/evening activity (4 hours) is to Mukuni Village, located on the outskirts of Livingstone, where you can learn more about African culture and lifestyle. You will spend time connecting and interacting with community village members in genuine functioning African traditional villages. Highlights include being welcomed and greeted with a hearty Zambian traditional handshake and smile, tucking into dinner prepared in a traditional African way, enjoying traditional and cultural entertainment activities which include dancing and singing, storytelling and poetry and indigenous games.
- 08:30 pm: End of the 4 hours cultural tour of activities. Head back to your lodge.
Today’s main activity is touring the mighty Victoria Falls. Straddling across the border of Zimbabwe and Zambia, Victoria Falls is a UNESCO-listed waterfall, one of the Seven Wonders of the World and the largest falling sheet of water of the world,
- 06:10 am: Wake up call.
- 07:00 am – 07: 30 am: Enjoy morning breakfast, group briefing and motivational session by the Tour Director.
- 08:15 am – 09:30 am: Take a tour (1.5 hours) of the magnificent Victoria Falls, locally called Mosi-oa-Tunya – the ‘Smoke That Thunders’. Take a group photo against the background of this amazing falling sheet of water!
- 10:10 am: Visit the Falls Museum and curio vendors.
- 12:30 pm – 13:30 pm: Take lunch at an upmarket restaurant in Livingstone town. Transfer back to your lodge for a rest.
- 14:30pm: Go for game drive in Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park, renowned as home of the rare white rhino.
- 20:00 pm: Dinner followed by the option for those interested in night life to go out to a night club in Livingstone and enjoy beverages (own cost.)
Today offers a full day of rest or the opportunity to pursue some of the optional activities on offer at your own expense. There are many and varied activities so please consult our customer support team for assistance in case of any doubts. All activities listed below can be booked and paid for in advance through our team.
Optional activities include (all at your own expense):
- Devil’s Pool swimming experience and Livingstone Island is an exhilarating and memorable adventure, only available on the Zambian side of Victoria Falls. We will transfer you to the Victoria Falls for this experience. You will pay directly to the service provider.
- Bunjee jumping. We will transfer you to the Victoria Falls Bridge to undertake bunjee jumping. You will pay directly to the service provider.
- Canoeing, kayaking, fishing, horse riding
- Elephant-back safari, lion walk
- Fixed-wing flight and helicopter flights over Victoria Falls
- Microlight and ultralight flights over Victoria Falls
- Hiking, horse riding, quad biking, abseiling
- White water rafting, river boarding, jet boat, river cruise
At the end of your activities, you will be taken back to the lodge, ready for the evening program.
- 17:00 pm: Attend the farewell dinner celebration for successfully completing the Zambia phase of the safari. Welcome the new Botswana crew who will be with you for the remaining days on tour in Botswana until your reach Maun and the end of the safari.
- 22:00 pm: Retire to sleep with fresh memories of Zambia.
Leave Zambia today and depart to Chobe National Park, in the northern tip of Botswana, home to the world’s largest elephant population, Africa’s largest predators: lions, leopards and wild dogs, as well as much more wildlife and diverse birds.
- 05:00 am – Wake up and leave Livingstone in Zambia for Kasane in Botswana, the gateway to Chobe National Park. You’ll be met at Botswana’s Kazungula border by our Botswana tour guides and escorted through Immigration formalities. The distance between Livingstone and Kasane is a short one measuring 75 km / 46.8 miles
- 07:30 am: “Dumela Botswana”, which means “Hello Botswana”! Arrive in Kasane and check-in at a good level lodge. Have a quick snack, leave the motorcycles at the lodge and board a safari vehicle for a full day game drive in Chobe National Park. The local tour guide will help spot native wildlife, including cats, in their natural environment.
- Midday: Return to the lodge for lunch before the afternoon boat cruise on Chobe River. The river cruise is considered one of the highlights of the trip, with the opportunity to get up close and personal with fantastic birdlife, hippos and crocodiles as well as elephants and Cape buffalo that make their way down to the river to quench their thirst.
- 17: 00 pm: Dinner followed by evening entertainment and then bed.
This morning after breakfast, travel to Nata, a village nearest to Makgadikgadi Pans. The stretch of road between Kasane and Nata is known as the ‘Elephant Highway’. With no fences elephants are free to move between both sides of the road, so keep your eyes fixed on and around the road and watch out for elephants and other stray wild animals.
Arrive in Nata at midday, check in to the lodge and have a restful afternoon while the technical team commence assessing all motorcycles for their state of health. The inspection report for each bike will be availed to every rider. Nata is the last place where you will ride the motorcycles, which will be left at the lodge and the following day we will use a transfer vehicle to Makgadikgadi Pans.
Depart Nata today in a transfer vehicle to Gweta.
- 05:00 am – Wake up and have breakfast.
- 05:30 am – Depart on board a transfer vehicle to Gweta village. The distance between Nata and Gweta is 101 km. On arrival, we will proceed to the Makgadikgadi Pans: the largest salt flats in the world located in the middle of the dry savanna. This pan is now all that remains of the former Lake Makgadikgadi. in We will do open 4WDs excursions to enjoy the amazing salt pan scenery. Time allowing, we will visit the beautiful baobab forest. Then head to the accommodation, a lodge or good camping facility.
- 18:30 pm – Evening relax and dinner.
- 21:00 pm: Retire to bed
We drive through from Gweta to Maun, the gateway to the Okavango Delta. The distance between Gweta to Maun, Botswana is 227.09 km (141 miles). Situated on the banks of the Thamalakane River, Maun is a bustling frontier town where we prepare for our Okavango Delta excursion. Set up the campsite where there are good ablution facilities with hot showers, swimming pool, restaurant & bar.
The Okavango Delta is one of Africa’s last remaining great wildlife habitats, providing refuge to huge concentrations of game. Our activities will be mainly around the Maun Okavango area.
- 05:30 am: The day starts with a wakeup call and exchange of morning greetings in the local Setswana language – “Dumela” which means “Good morning” in English.
- O6: 00 am: Breakfast will be served at the scheduled time. Afterwards professional mokoro guides will take the team for a mokoro safari trip along the tributaries of the Okavango Delta, during which there is a high possibility of viewing wild animals as they come to drink water along the waterways.
- 14:00 pm – Once back at the Mokoro landing base, the guide will set up a picnic lunch with table and chairs. Afterwards depart for the downstream return trip to the camp site by using a different combination of channels.
- 18:30 pm – Arrive at the original boarding point and return to the camp site.
- 19:30 pm: Dinner will be served around the bonfire.
Enjoy a full day of rest or take an optional flight over the Okavango Delta or any other preferred activity at your own expense. There is no better way to grasp the remoteness of the Okavango Delta region than by flying over it in a light aircraft/helicopter. From the air, the wetland landscape is woven together with great intricacy:
The Tour Director will carry out administrative and accounting evaluation regarding the entire trip. In the evening attend the farewell dinner celebration for successfully finishing your motorcycle safari.
Today you are transferred to Maun airport for your flight back home with good memories of this amazing 24-day Zambezi Guided Motorcycle Safari.