This is a great Botswana safari which combines 9 nights stay in traditional safari camps within the Okavango Delta. Spend 3 nights at Machaba Camp in an area well known for year round good game. The next, 3 nights are at Savute under Canvas which offers an authentic mobile camping experience . Finally spend 3 nights at Pelo Camp , which the emphasis is on water activities and appreciating the picturesque scenery of the Delta waterways as well as its varied birdlife.
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.
From Maun you will be met and swiftly flown by light aircraft to transfer to one of the Okavango's beautiful private reserves. Your base is the lovely tented Machaba Camp where you will spend 3 nights in the game rich Khwai Community Concession.
After your morning activity at Machaba Camp, a short flight transfer will take you to Savute under Canvas, a delightfully simple yet comfortable camp that will suit those looking for something a bit different! You'll spend the next 3 days exploring the productive Savuti Marsh area by vehicle.
From Savute under Canvas, a light aircraft flight will take you onto Pelo Camp deep into the Okavango Delta in the Jao Concession. You will be based at this rustic camp for a further 3 nights and spend your days discovering the scenic waterways primarily by mokoro.
After your morning activity at camp. A 45 minute light aircraft flight back to Maun will connect you with your own onward travel arrangements.
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