This tour can be done as a guided overland tour, driving from area to area, or as an unguided or guided fly-in safari, flying from camp to camp.

Camps may vary depending on availability and packages.


Arrival at Maun airport where you will be met by your local guide and transferred to your lodge. Time to unwind and freshen up, and in the afternoon time permitting we can visit the town of Maun and can stock up on before heading off into the wilds of Botswana the next day.

Maun is the tourism hub of the Okavango Delta of Botswana. During the seasonal floods, the area surrounding Maun becomes a wildlife oasis, albeit during the dry season one still finds rhino, hippos and lion.

In town the Nhabe Museum features local art, history, and cultural of the surrounding Ngamiland region.

Accommodation: The Waterfront or similar on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis


After breakfast we depart into the Okavango Delta, the Moremi area. This is a four hour drive through beautiful bush areas. We stop en route to visit local communities. Our arrival is in time for lunch and an afternoon safari.

Normally our camps are Meru style luxury tents with en suite bathrooms.

This style of accommodation is very popular in Botswana. It allows the guests a real African bush experience, yet in opulent luxury.

Here you are surrounded by nature, with the possibility of having elephants, or lions walk through the camp area at night.

Xakanaxa is known in Botswana for its big lagoons, and big game. It is situated in the heart of the Moremi area of the Okavango Delta

Accommodation: Camp Xakanaxa or similar on a fully inclusive basis.


2 Full days and 3 nights give us plenty of opportunity in this area to explore via game drives, and mokoro (dug out canoes) the African bush. During your down time at the camp, relax at the pool, or on your private deck, or at the bar.

This lodge offers a fully inclusive rate; ie, everything is included other than gratuities at the end.


Today we transfer via safari drive to the Khwai area of Botswana. En route there is always the possibility of encountering animals, and many species of birds. We stop for a picnic lunch in the bush; and arrive in the late afternoon to relax until dinner time.

The next day we spend with the lodge guides on safari in the early morning and the late afternoon.

The Khwai area of the Okavango Delta is the northern boundry of the Moremi Game Reserve. Here we have a concession area of 1800km which is managed by the Khwai Development Trust.

Accommodation: Khwai River Lodge or similar on a fully inclusive basis.


After a good breakfast we keep travelling north to the Savute area of Botswana. This area is well known for its incredible lion sightings!

Here we spend another two days in search of mainly predators, but the possibility of seeing many different species of game is always high.

The SAvute borders the Okavango Delta to the west and the Chobe National Park to the east, and is one of Africas best known big game areas.

Well known for its prides of lion, wide open spaces with grasslands, it’s an enchanting and beautiful landscape.

Accommodation: Khwai River Lodge or similar on a fully inclusive basis.


A lovely four-hour drive today takes us to the Chobe area of Botswana, with an arrival in time for lunch. Here on the Chobe flood plains are the large herds of buffalo, antelope and well-known elephants of Botswana. The Chobe floodplains are an incredible diverse area of game viewing! In the dry season the Chobe river is a lifeline for the many animals of Botswana.

In the afternoon, we partake of a Chobe River Cruise, where birding is big, but also its possible to see these large herds of elephants, hippos, crocodiles, puku and lechwe antelope, and many buffalo.

Accommodation: Chobe River Lodge or similar on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis.



A drive of 4 hours from the Chobe River front to Nata in the Makgadikgadi Pans takes us to Nata Lodge for the next two nights.

Our afternoon of arrival is spent birding from our pool deck, bar or restaurant area.

The Makgadikgadi pans are salt pans situated in the middle of the dry savanna of northern Botswana. The pans are all that remain of the enormous Lake Makgadikgadi which once covered an area larger than Switzerland, but dried up tens of thousands of years ago.

Although the area seems dry and desolate, the pans are home to many species of animals, and after the rains, they come even more to life with waterbirds, and huge herds of game.

Our full day includes a 4×4 pan drive.

DAY 13

After breakfast, today we travel back to Maun via Gweta and Motopi, on the main road for Maun airport, where we say our goodbyes to this beautiful country and its friendly people.

Inclusive of:

Guide services
Road tolls/levies
Guide meals
Guest lunches
Guest and guide accommodation as per itinerary
500 ml Water in vehicle per guest and guide per day
Hand sanitizer in vehicle

Exclusive of:

Travel, medical and cancellation insurances
Any visas
All drinks at all meals
Any and all flights (price for fly in safari will include all local flights)
All gratuities