A well–balanced 11day fly–in safari taking in diverse eco–systems and superb game viewing opportunities – from Chobe Riverfront, onward to Linyanti and the great chance to spot wild dogs, to the world–class destination of the Okavango Delta. Your final nights are spent at the Central Kalahari and the chance to spot black–maned lions. The trip offers a range of accommodation from smaller, intimate camps to larger lodges (Chobe Safari), and can be run in both directions – either Maun to Kasane, or Kasane to Maun. Upgrades to more exclusive camps and lodges can be made.
Chobe National Park for plentiful elephants; Linyanti Plains – home to a beautiful camp, plentiful predators including wild dog; Okavango Delta & Moremi Game Reserve and its magical waterways; Tau Pan for Central Kalahari Game Reserve and chance to spot black–maned lions;
|Type||Fly In Safari; Family Safari; Honeymoon Safari;|
|Departures||On Request Departures|
|Group size||Min: 2|
|Minimum Age||6 years|
|Please Note||Subject to availability of
|Day 1&2 Chobe Safari Lodge/Chobe Bush Camp Kasane for Chobe
Day 3&4 Lebala Camp Linyanti Plains
Day 5&6 Rra Dinare/Mma Dinare Okavango Delta
Day 7&8 Gunn’s Camp/Moremi Crossing Okavango Delta
Day 9&10 Tau Camp Pans
Day 11 End of safari – Maun
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|Price Per Person (based on twin share)|
Please Note: Low Season: (14/11/20–31/1/21) US$6295 Child: US$3915
Mid Season: (1/4/20–30/6/20) US$8090 Child: US$4895
High Season: (1/7/20–31/10/20) US$9195 Child: US$5285
Your safari starts in wonderful Chobe where your lodge lies by the banks of the Chobe River. Join guided activities into Chobe as game drives in open vehicles or boat cruises along the river where you’ll be a witness to the spectacle of herds of elephants crossing the waterways, game drinking from the banks of the river and perhaps predators lying in wait. Listen to the grunts of the hippos and the watch out for the stealthy crocs.
From Kasane Airport, transfer by light aircraft to Lebala, hidden in the southern portion of the extensive Kwando wilderness of 232,000ha, Lebala means wide open spaces, and the area is a labyrinth of waterways, reed beds, islands and floodplains, bush, scrub and trees. Excellent general game abounds the broad plains creating spectacular scenery, adorned with herds of plains game and the ever–attentive predators. The Kwando concession is home to more elephant than the entire country of South Africa. Game drives are rewarding and you may be lucky to see elephants, lion, cheetah, leopard and perhaps one of the packs of wild dog that frequent the area. Two nights fully inclusive Lebala means ‘wide open spaces’ in Setswana and the scenery is dominated by vast plains with scattered palms and tree islands backed by wooded savannahs. This wild expanse contrasts with the casual understated elegance of the camp itself. This special ecosystem is home to a wide variety of Africa’s plains game such as zebra, wildebeest, impala, giraffe and tsessebe and also provides refuge to lechwe, waterbuck and the shy sitatunga
A further scenic flight to the Okavango Delta taking in the magnificence of the winding, papyrus fringed channels that make up one of the world’s greatest wet land wonders. You will be able to see some of Africa’s most celebrated animals from a bird’s eye view 500 FT above the ground; the Okavango is an immense river that never meets the sea. Instead, its crystal–clear waters spread across the Kalahari Desert, forming Africa’s largest wetland phenomenon. The Delta is an abundant oasis amid the vast plains and pans of the desert that covers most of Southern Africa. Its waterways are a mesh of meandering and intercepting channels, creating a haven for Africa’s most celebrated wildlife. Explore the tall palm islands, dry open plains, meandering channels and lush floodplains of the Okavango on memorable game drives, mokoros and nature walks with the chance to see nature close–up in this unique environment.
It’s a shorter flight as it takes you to the water–based camp. On this tour you’ll spend 4nights in the Delta to ensure you experience both a land–based and water–based camp, offering a range of activities. Here, your nights are spent overlooking the legendary Chiefs Island bordering Moremi Game Reserve enjoying boat cruises and mokoro excursions gliding silently through channels and watching game at eye level – look out for the jewel–like reed frogs, often small but beautifully marked and coloured, blending into their background and clinging to the rustling reeds.
Your final destination takes you on a flight to Tau Pan in the Kalahari Desert – the camp sits on the ridge of a dune with views across the desert – watch out for black–maned lions – there’s a pride that reside near the lodge. Join game drives and activities into the surrounding habitat – it’s a complete contrast to what you’ll see in the following days and see desert–adapted game including oryx, springbok and much more.
After breakfast you’ll fly from camp to Maun and continue with onward connectionedit me