This luxurious Botswana safari takes you to top camps in the Linyanti Reserve and the Okavango Delta – staying for 3 nights at Zarafa, 3 nights at Vumbura Plains and 2 nights at Little Mombo. This is one of our top big game safaris, with camps that offer the height of safari style and comfort, and some of the region's best game.
You'll notice that this itinerary covers similar areas as our Bushbuck itinerary, although at much more luxurious camps – and hence at a rather high cost.
These are individual trips, and can be tailor-made and adapted to suit you.
This Botswana safari can also easily be combined with a visit to see the Victoria Falls. See our trips to Livingstone for examples of the add-on options, and their costs.
Starting from Maun, you will be met and flown by light aircraft (about 60 minutes) to the Selinda Reserve. On landing you are driven by 4WD back to camp, viewing game on the way. This is one of Botswana's top reserves, with great densities and diversity of game – and you enjoy 3 nights here at what's probably Botswana's most exclusive and opulent camp Zarafa Camp.
Today you take a short flight hop (about 35 minutes in the air) to the northern part of the Okavango Delta. It's a short game-drive back to camp, in time for a late lunch. You’ll then spend 3 nights enjoying the luxury and wildlife of Vumbura Plains.
After another short flight hop (50 minutes), you arrive in Botswana's finest game area bar none: Mombo, on Chief's Island, in Moremi Game Reserve. The guides here are excellent, the camp delightful, and the game usually stupendous. We suggest that you spend your 2 nights here at the smaller of the two camps Little Mombo.
After a light aircraft flight from Mombo to Maun (about 30 minutes), you'll connect with your own onward travel.
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