This safari combines 5 nights at great value safari camps in two areas of northern Botswana. Spend 2 nights exploring Chobe National Park at Chobe Elephant Camp including a boat trip on the Chobe River, followed by 3 nights at Sango Safari Camp exploring a private area of the Okavango Delta with good populations of leopard, lion, hyena, elephant and seasonal buffalo.
This 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, as well as the costs.
This is an individual trip, and can be tailor-made and adapted to suit you.
From Kasane, you'll transfer to Chobe Elephant Camp by road for 2 nights. This comfortable lodge is situated outside the Chobe National Park, in the Chobe Forest Reserve, 50km west of Kasane - and hence away from the busiest section of the park. Chobe Elephant Camp has twelve simple stone chalets, with en-suite bathrooms. Activities include half- and full-day 4WD safaris in the park; guided walks and night drives in the forest reserve; and boat cruises on the Chobe River.
Transfer to Kasane Airport for a short flight to Sango Safari Lodge situated in the Khwai concession to the east of the famous Moremi Game Reserve. You'll be based at this traditional tented camp for a further 3 nights. In this game-rich reserve day and night game drives, and mokoro trips are on offer. Your guide will keep a keen eye out for the numerous predators and large herbivores that frequent this area.
A short light aircraft flight brings you back to Maun, where your safari ends.
See Prices & details for the precise dates/prices for this trip - and all the fine print.
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