• 9 Days from
    $380 p/p in USD
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Destinations

Destinations

Botswana,

Tour Type

Tour Type

Self Drive

Safari Standard

Safari Standard

Budget, Camping

Tour Overview

Explore this magical region of Botswana at your own pace in a fully equipped 4×4 rental vehicle. Experience the wonder of camping in the bush, discover the beauty of the Okavango Delta and see the incredible wildlife of Savute and Chobe National Park. Home to some of the largest concentrations of game in Southern Africa, Savute is famous for its predators while Chobe has huge herds of elephants. Your self-drive rental vehicle has been modified to include practical equipment and conveniences to enhance your self-drive 4×4 experience and is perfectly suited to the varied terrain you’ll encounter.

General Information

  • Safari types:
    Camping Safari, Self Drive Safari, Wildlife Safari
  • You will visit:
    Moremi, Chobe
  • Wildlife:
    Elephant, Giraffe, Hippo, Buffalo, Zebra, Lion, Hyena
  • Getting around:
    4x4 Vehicle
  • Start/end:
    Start/end in Maun

RATES – PER PERSON USD

From USD 380 per person, excluding vehicle hire

VEHICLE HIRE RATES – USD

(1) Toyota Hilux Double Cab 3.0 D4D

Low Season Nov – Jun 

Vehicle Only Rates
1-10 days    From USD 140
11-20 days  From USD 135
21-40 days  From USD 130

Fully Equipped Rates
1-10 days    From USD 175
11-20 days  From USD 170
21-40 days  From USD 165

High Season Jul – Oct 

Vehicle Only Rates
1-10 days    From USD 185
11-20 days  From USD 180
21-40 days  From USD 175

Fully Equipped Rates
1-10 days    From USD 210
11-20 days  From USD 205
21-40 days  From USD 195

(2) Toyota Land Cruiser Station Wagon 4.2D & Toyota Land Cruiser Single Cab

Low Season Nov – Jun 

Vehicle Only Rates
1-10 days    From USD 180
11-20 days  From USD 175
21-40 days  From USD 170

Fully Equipped Rates
1-10 days    From USD 220
11-20 days  From USD 210
21-40 days  From USD 205

High Season Jul – Oct 

Vehicle Only Rates
1-10 days    From USD 215
11-20 days  From USD 205
21-40 days  From USD 195

Fully Equipped Rates
1-10 days    From USD 260
11-20 days  From USD 250
21-40 days  From USD 240

NOTES

  • Comprehensive vehicle hand-overs are only offered in Maun
  • GPS is pre-loaded with comprehensive Tracks for Africa maps
  • Satphone calls charged at $1.00 per minute – calls to Wild Wheels are free in an emergency
  • No collection or drop off fees for Maun, Kasane or Gaborone. Contact us for fees for Francistown, Bulawayo, Harare, Victoria Falls, Livingstone and Windhoek
  • Contact us for details on Insurance Excess options, call-out rates, after-hours fees and cleaning fees

Disclaimer

  • This itinerary is owned and delivered by ‘Wild Wheels
  • All prices are ‘From’ and may vary at the time of booking
  • Display price is usually based on two people sharing
  • Wild Wheels‘ reserves the right to change the content and price of the itinerary
  • All itineraries are subject to availability

Day by Day Overview

Collect your chosen vehicle and you will have time to stock up on provisions.

Days will be spent exploring the Moremi Game Reserve. Road conditions depend on the time of year of travel so discuss with your consultant at the time of booking.

The drive up to Savute from Moremi will be a long day but well worth it. Explore the surrounding areas on the lookout for the incredible wildlife that calls this beautiful area home.

Famous for its large elephant population, Chobe also has plenty more to offer. Take a trip in to Kasane and hop on a boat to see the wildlife from a different perspective.

The road down from Kasane to Nata is tarred so it’s an easy drive of around 2 hours. Visit the Nata Bird Sanctuary just a short drive from the road. The drive to Maun takes approximately 3 hours where you will return the vehicle.

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