This excellent Botswana safari concentrates on two great game areas: the dry Kwando Reserve, and the Okavango Delta, and you will stay for a total of 8 nights in three top safari game camps: Lagoon, Lebala and Kwara. All of these camps run their game drives using expert trackers as well as guides. Although the bird-watching is excellent, the trip really focuses more on big game – in areas which have excellent populations of lion, leopard, cheetah and, especially, wild dogs. The trip is an individual trip – not a group trip.
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.
The trip is an individual trip, and can be tailor-made and adapted to suit you.
After your morning activity, you head south on a 4WD game-drive transfer. This takes a few hours, depending on the wildlife you see along the way. You will also observe the landscape changing as the journey progresses - more open plains will appear, and more of the game that frequents that environment. Your base for the next 2 nights is Lebala Camp.
From Lebala, you drive to the airstrip for a short light-aircraft hop to Kwara Reserve, in the Okavango Delta. When you land, the airstrip is barely five minutes' drive from Kwara Camp, which is tucked into the leafy shade of a tree island, in the middle of vast open floodplains. This will be your base for the next 4 nights.
After a short (typically 20 minutes’) light aircraft flight back to Maun, you can connect with your own onward arrangements.
See Prices & details for the precise dates/prices for this trip - and all the fine print.
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