10 Days from$2350 p/p in USD
DeparturesApr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov
Guided, Large Group, Small Group
Camping, Mid Range
This 10-day safari offers you the opportunity to explore some of Botswana’s highly sought after safari destinations; the Okavango Delta, Moremi Game Reserve, Khwai Concession, Savuti and Chobe National Park. Explore these superb areas on both water-based and land-based activities including mokoro excursions, boat cruises, game drives and walking safaris. At night you stay in campsites in beautiful wilderness areas. The final night is spent in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe where you have a memorable sunset cruise on the beautiful Zambezi River.
Safari types:Big Five Safari, Camping Safari, Family Safari, Guided Safari, Walking Safari, Wildlife Safari
You will visit:Okavango Delta, Moremi Game Reserve, Savuti Game Reserve, Chobe National Park, Khwai Concession
Wildlife:Birds, Big Five, Giraffe, Hippo, Zebra, Wildebeest, Cheetah, Hyena, Wild Dog, Red Lechwe, Puku, Tsessebe, Impala, Roan, Sable, Serval, African Wildcat, Antelope
Activities:Game Drive, Walking Safari, Mokoro, Boat Cruise, Birding
Getting around:4x4 Safari Vehicle, Mokoro
Start/end:Start in Maun, end in Kasane
- Optional scenic flight over the Delta
- 1 night Okavango Delta
- Safari walks & mokoro excursions
- 2 nights Moremi Game Reserve, game drives
- 1 night Khwai Concession, game drives
- 2 nights Savuti (Chobe), game drives
- 2 nights Chobe National Park, game drives
- Chobe River boat cruise
- 1 night Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
- Zambezi Sunset Cruise
Note: This safari starts on fixed dates only
2021 Safari Dates
- 21 Apr-30 Apr
- 12 May-21 May
- 02 Jun-11 Jun
- 23 Jun-02 Jun
- 14 Jul-23 Jul
- 04 Aug-13 Aug
- 25 Aug-03 Sep
- 15 Sep-24 Sep06 Oct-15 Oct
- 27 Oct-05 Nov
- 17 Nov-26 Nov
Price Per Person – USD
From USD 2,350 per person
- Accommodation & meals
- Services of a professional guide
- Vehicle and fuel
- Bush/game walks
- Chobe River boat cruise
- Zambezi River boat cruise
- Extra activities as per itinerary
- All transfers
- Camping and associated fees
- Entrance fees
- Poler fees
- Tourism bed levy
- Flights & visas
- Extra activities
- Items of a personal nature
- Staff gratuities
- Travel & medical insurance
- This itinerary is owned and delivered by ‘Moonstroll Vantage Expeditions‘
- All prices are ‘From’ and may vary at the time of booking
- Display price is usually based on two people sharing
- ‘Moonstroll Vantage Expeditions‘ reserves the right to change the content and price of the itinerary
- All itineraries are subject to availability
Day by Day Overview
We will pick you up in Maun at 0700 hrs at a pre-arranged meeting point and head for the southern tip of the Okavango Delta – a landscape that is unique and an ever-changing web of crystal clear waterways. On arrival at the Mokoro Station you will meet with experienced mokoro polers. Boarding your mokoro around 0800 hrs, you are silently poled along the Delta’s quiet waterways to one of its many islands where you will set up camp for one night. On your way expect to be rewarded with splendid sightings of a variety of bird life among the more than 400 species that occur in this watery wonderland.
You will set off on foot at this island, as soon as the heat of the day relents on your first guided safari walk within the Okavango Delta. Expect to encounter a fantastic variety of large game during these safari walks such as elephants, hippos, giraffes, zebras and more. You will arrive back from your safari walk before dark to a warm bucket shower and a hearty campfire cooked dinner.
Wake up early in the morning for a light breakfast and set off with your guide for your last morning safari walk in the Okavango Delta. Return to camp and wrap up your mokoro excursion having immersed yourself within the spirit of African adventure. You will then be silently poled along the quiet waterways of the Okavango Delta back to the mokoro station for a pick up by your safari guide.
You will board your safari vehicle and make the journey northwards to Moremi Game Reserve for a two-night stay. Contained within an area of approximately 3,900 square kilometers, Moremi boasts diverse ecosystems ranging from floodplains, waterways, lagoons, pools, pans, grasslands and riparian forests, riverine to mophane woodland, thus making Moremi one of the prime game viewing and bird watching areas of the world. Your days will be spent searching for the wide variety of wildlife and birds that this area is famous for. At the same time you will be absorbing the sounds and beauty of the African wilderness.
You wake up this morning to a very early breakfast before heading into Moremi for your morning game drive. Look out for large herds of African elephants in the Mophane scrub while in the waterways you should look out for pods of hippopotami. Also keep an eye on for large herds of the Cape buffalo in Moremi’s open plains. On your safari drives you will also be looking out for the elusive African wild dogs, lions and the elusive leopard as well as the raptors such as the mighty martial eagle, tawny eagle, the majestic African fish eagle and that incredible aviator – the bateleur and many others.
You will return to camp for lunch in the late morning. In the afternoon you will set off once again in your safari vehicle for more birding and game viewing. Return to camp just before sunset to have a shower and thereafter enjoy a campfire cooked dinner. You have two nights at a wilderness campsite to marvel at this exceedingly diverse reserve that offers an untouched wildlife experience.
You will wake early in the morning for some breakfast and thereafter take a slow game drive through Moremi as you head northeast towards the Khwai Concession for a one night stay. The Khwai Concession, about 1,800 square kilometres large, is situated in the northeastern Okavango next to Moremi Game Reserve. It is a wildlife prolific and varied ecosystem dominated by a patchwork of lagoons, grasslands, permanent flood plains and large areas of Mopane woodland forests. Khwai is undoubtedly one of the most scenic areas of the Okavango. It is a predator–rich area and as such has a marvelous selection of predators such as lion, leopard, serval and African wild cat. Other resident species include elephant, buffalo, zebra, cheetah, wild dog, giraffe, eland, sable, hippo, hyena and various other nocturnal species. In the afternoon you will go for your game drive and possibly watch the sunset unfold over the Khwai River.
Today, following an early breakfast, you will go for your morning game drive and follow the Khwai River’s watercourse weaving from the riverside and floodplains into the mophane veld and woodlands that make Khwai one of the most scenic areas of the Okavango. Eventually you will leave the Khwai Concession and travel northeastwards to Savuti for a two night stay. Savuti is known for its predators, both big cats (lion, leopard and cheetah) and birds of prey – raptors, vultures and all manner of birds of prey that soar over Savuti’s landscape in search of food.
Perhaps the strangest phenomenon of all about Savuti is the 100 kilometres Savuti Channel. At times it will stop flowing and remain dry for years at a stretch. When the Savuti Channel recommences its flow, it changes the entire ecosystem, transforming the Savuti Marsh and Mababe Depression into wetlands and thus creating an oasis that provides water for thirsty wildlife herds and acts as a magnet for a profusion of water birds.
You wake up early in the morning to freshen up with some hot water in the face basin. This is followed by a light breakfast of some coffee, tea, rusks, cereals, bread, etc. After breakfast you head out for your morning game drive to explore the Savuti and its marsh. The Savuti Marsh is a vast expanse of grasslands dotted with dead acacia trees, creating an intriguing, almost ghost–like landscape. You will return to camp around midday for lunch and some siesta time.
Another point of interest in Savuti is the Bushman rock paintings, thought to be well over a thousand years old. These are paintings of giraffe, elephant and eland. If time permits, we will pay these rock paintings a visit. In the afternoon you head out again for your afternoon game drive and return to camp just before sunset. Dinner will follow before you turn for the night to rest or as you hold some discussions about events of the day around the camp fire.
Wake up early morning for some breakfast. Shortly thereafter you leave in a slow game drive around Savuti, and travel northeastwards to Chobe National Park for a two night stay and more game drives. Tucked up in Botswana’s far northeastern border with Namibia, Chobe National Park is one of the great wildlife destinations of Africa. At approximately 11,900 square kilometers Chobe is made up of rich ecosystems and pristine landscapes consisting of savanna plains, river, swamp and scrub.
With such varied environments and habitats, Chobe provides a magnificent array of wildlife. It is the ultimate haven for vast herds of elephant – as many as 120,000 of the animals depend on the Chobe River’s life-sustaining waterways when the dry season kicks in. Other resident game species are large herds of buffalo, zebra, wildebeest, the rare puku, roan and sable antelopes. These are normally trailed by the notoriously fearless lions of the Chobe, leopard and cheetah.
You wake up early in the morning to freshen up with some hot water in the face basin. This is followed by a light breakfast of some coffee, tea, rusks, cereals, bread, etc, before heading into Chobe National Park for your morning game drive. Chobe is one of the best places to see and photograph roan and sable Antelopes. Puku antelope occurs nowhere else in southern Africa, but only on the Chobe floodplains. On the other hand the massive herds of African buffalo that inhabit Chobe are constantly flanked by the ever–hungry lions of the Chobe. The highlight today is a boat cruise in the Chobe River. This boat cruise gives you the chance to experience the animals of the Chobe from another perspective and you might therefore get up close and personal with hippos, crocodiles and a mind–boggling array of water birds.
Today you wake up very early and enjoy breakfast prepared by your safari chef. After breakfast you leave Chobe, in the form of a game drive, and head to Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe for a one-night stay. The highlight today is a Sunset Cruise on the Zambezi River, offering a unique and intimate way to view the Zambezi River. You will be collected from your lodge in Victoria Falls and taken to the jetty on the Zambezi River. There you will board the boat and enjoy complimentary drinks and snacks as you set sail on one of the continent’s most famous rivers. From the boat, you will have the opportunity to see a variety of game, which might include hippos, crocodiles, and even elephants on the river banks as well as the many different species of bird that normally skim the waterline as the sun sets behind the African skyline. You will be dropped off at your hotel at the end of your sunset cruise.
Note: Visas are required to cross into Zimbabwe
The safari officially ends after breakfast at the lodge today.
Note: Moonstroll Vantage Expeditions is happy to arrange transfers to Victoria Falls Airport at an additional cost.