This Botswana safari visits a superb camp in the Okavango Delta, coupled with a drier private concession further north in the Selinda Reserve. Stay a total of 4 nights between Duba Plains Camp, renowned for its lion who have adapted to hunting during the day, and the smart Selinda Camp with its varied environments and wildlife. These camps stand out for their high standards of hospitality and guiding.
This Botswana safari can also easily be combined with a visit to Livingstone in Zambia or Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe to see the Victoria Falls. See our trips to Livingstone or trips to Victoria Falls for examples of the add-on options, and the costs.
The trip is an individual trip, and can be tailor-made and adapted to suit you.
Departing from Maun, board the light-aircraft for your flight north to a private concession in the Okavango Delta. You will stay 2 nights at Duba Plains. This is a great little camp, well known for it's buffalo and lion interaction. Although never guaranteed, it's a super location for observing lion that have become adept at hunting during the day. On day and night game drives in 4WD vehicles you'll explore the extensive floodplains and savannah, which alongside buffalo, attract herds of elephant and many antelope species.
Continue your jouney by light aircraft to Selinda Camp in the Kwando-Linyanti region. Situated on the banks of the Selinda Spillway this particularly lovely camp is set in a very picturesque, open and largely dry landscape with a variety of wildlife, including good populations of predators, which can often be spotted from a long way off.
Return to Maun by light aircraft, flying over the picturesque Okavango Delta, where your safari ends.
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