3 Days from$570 p/p in USD
Experience camping in the wilderness of the spectacular Okavango Delta. Transfer to the camping area on a mokoro (traditional dugout canoe), enjoy a morning and afternoon mokoro cruise, explore on guided walks and photograph the Okavango Delta’s outstanding wildlife and bird life.
Safari types:Camping Safari, Guided Safari, Wildlife Safari
You will visit:Okavango Delta
Wildlife:Birds, Elephant, Giraffe, Hippo, Zebra, Wildebeest, Impala
Activities:Walking Safari, Mokoro
Getting around:4x4 Vehicle, Canoe
Start/end:Start/end in Maun
- Tented accommodation
- Transfer service to and from the delta
- Morning and afternoon mokoro (dugout canoe ) excursion
- Okavango Delta
- Wildlife around the Delta
|From Price||Dates||No. travelling||Single Supplement|
|USD 465||01/01/2020 to 30/12/2020||Any number||From USD $ 480|
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- Transfer from pick up location to lodging facility
- Camping gear and bedding/linen
- 3 course meals, bottled water, soft drinks, snack
- Park fees, camp fees
- Service of a professional guide, chef, camp assistant
- All activities as specified in the itinerary (mokoro and guided walks)
- International and regional flights
- Travel and medical insurance
- Emergency evacuation
- This itinerary is owned and delivered by ‘Outdoor African Tour Safari‘
- All prices are ‘From’ and may vary at the time of booking
- Display price is usually based on two people sharing
- ‘Outdoor African Tour Safari‘ reserves the right to change the content and price of the itinerary
- All itineraries are subject to availability
Day by Day Overview
This marks the start of the Okavango Delta expedition trip. You will be picked up from your lodge by your guide and driven to the boat station in a 4×4 Land Cruiser. Board a mokoro (dug-out canoe) and start your excursion; this area has many wonderful bird species. Lunch and dinner are served at the campsite.
Eat breakfast at then go for morning mokoro activity. Mokoro is part of culture for Batswana and has always been used as a means of transport before modernization. It transports both goods and people, crossing the river from one place to the other. Common animals around this area are hippos, impalas, giraffes, wildebeest as well as incredible bird life. You’ll also explore on guided walks and enjoy spectacular views of the scenic landscapes and water lilies in this area.
Today marks the end of the Okavango trip with a mokoro cruise back to the boat station. Drive back to Maun for your drop off.