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12 Day Okavango Delta, Chobe National Park and Vic Falls


R 15 500 pp Camping
R 19 500 pp accommodated 


Khama Rhino Sanctuary
Okavango Delta on a mokoro (included)
Flight over the delta (optional extra)
Chobe National Park
Vic Falls




South Africa , Botswana & Zimbabwe


As indicated


Camping but it is possible to upgrade to adventure accomodation in most places


Air-conditioned microbus or 4 x 4  for road transfers
4 X 4 in Chobe and delta


All ground transportation, services of experienced qualified driver/guide, included highlights, meals as specified on itinerary, entrance fees & accommodation per itinerary


Travel Insurance, flights, items of a personal nature, drinks & optional activities
The Delta excursion is an optional extra activity @ 140 US$
Vic Falls park fees
Visas for Botswana & Zimbabwe


Full participation


This tour has full pre-departure information available to help you prepare for your trip, please ensure you receive it from your travel agent

Day 1   Khama Rhino sanctuary - Botswana

We depart early morning from Johannesburg & Pretoria. Your guide will stop en-route for breakfast (own cost) and last minute shopping, before reaching the Botswana border. You will get an opportunity to change money, after crossing the border, from where we head further to the town of Palapaya, where we overnight at Khama Rhino Sanctuary. (D)

Day 2 Maun - Botswana

The day starts with an early morning breakfast, before heading west along the northern border of the Kalahari Desert to Maun. We have a last chance to do some shopping before we head into the Delta
 We camp the night on the out skirts of the Delta where we prepare for tomorrow's adventure. ( B & D)

Day 3   Okavango Delta - Botswana

The Okavango Delta must be one of the best experiences offered in southern Africa , and offers a large variety of mammal, reptile and bird species. We start the day with a large breakfast, before heading into the Okavango Delta with 4x4 open-sided game viewing vehicles. The local guides (polers) will be waiting for us in the park at the waterline, where we transfer all the equipment and our personal belongings into mokoro's (traditional dug out canoes). From here we glide down the water channels deeper into the Okavango Delta, searching for the ideal place to set up camp. There will be no fences, no running water, no showers, no buildings and no electricity. We camp in the wild with only what we take with us. After lunch you cool off by swimming in a natural swim hole in the rivers.
We will do early morning and late afternoon game walks, searching for as many different animal species as possible. The guides will explain more about all the animals, tracks and the Delta during these walks. You will have the opportunity to get as close as possible (safety first) to the wildlife of the Okavango Delta.

After dinner you can relax with the guides around a campfire, while listening to their stories about the bush, animals, their cultures and of course listening to the sounds of animals at night in Africa .

(B & D)

Day 4 Maun - Botswana

You start your last morning in the Okavango delta with a cup of coffee before doing your final game walk. After the walk you will enjoy breakfast, break down camp, and then return by mokoros to the place where the 4x4 vehicles will meet you. 
Your guide will prepare a light lunch on return to camp in Maun. This afternoon you have the opportunity to do an optional one hour flight over the Okavango Delta, during which you are guaranteed to see many large herds of animals, as well as many single or smaller groups of animals.

Day 5  Magadigadi Pans - Botswana

This morning we have an opportunity to fly over the Delta to view this spectacular nature phenonomin from the air.
We then head towrads Nata where we will enter the Pans for a night under the stars.
Overnight @ Magadigadi pans (B & D)

Day 6  Elephant Sands - Botswana

 After breakfast we pack camp up and travel towards Elephant sands where we will overnight viewing big herds of Elephants coming down to the waterhole for a drinking session 

Day  7 & 8  Vic Falls - Zimbabwe

After we enjoy breakfast and the continue our travel north
We cross the border into Zimbabwe and head for the adventure capital of the world, Victoria Falls, which is considered to be one of the safest tourist destinations in southern Africa . On arrival the guide will assist you with the changing of money and booking of your optional activities, before going to one of the seven natural wonders of the world - the magnificent Victoria Falls . The waterfall is 1700 meters (1.1 mile) wide, of which 1300 meters is on the Zimbabwean side, including the main falls. Late afternoon you can do a sunset cruise on the 4th largest river in Africa (Zambezi River ), which has national parks on both the Zambian and Zimbabwean side of the river (optional). We normally see a wide variety of wildlife such as hippo, elephant, antelopes, giraffe and much more while on the cruise, during which all soft drinks, wine, beer and finger snacks are included.
You will have plenty of free time to explore the town, meet the local, visit the African arts and craft markets, or to relax by the pool in the heat of the day.
Victoria Falls is well known for offering great activities (optional excursions) such as the best 1 day white water rafting, the 2nd highest bungi jump in the world, elephant back safaris, flights over the waterfall, canoe safaris, day trips to Hwange National Park, fishing, game walks, horseback safaris and much more.
The last night is dinner out at a local restaurants (own cost).

Full day White Water Rafting 150 US$
1/2 day White Water Rafting 140 US$
Gorge Swing 95 US$
Flying fox 45 US$
Helicopter Flights 150 US$
Elephant Back safari 150 US$


Day  9 & 10 Chobe National Park - Botswana

This morning we leave the Thunder of water behind and cross back to Botswana.
Set up camp on the banks of  Chobe river - rest of the afternoon @ leissure.
On day 8 we have an early rise to get onto our open safari jeeps venturing into Chobe National Park (included) in search of the “big 5” we always see herds of elephants, rare antelopes and sometimes lion, hyena and wild dog.
After our drive we return to camp for breakfast and relax around the swimming pool.
This afternoon cruise (included) on the Chobe River which is well known for its large variety and large numbers of wildlife and elephant colonies. (B & D) 

Day 11 Palapaya  - Botswana

This morning we head south toward Francis town
We camp the night @ Palapaya(B D)

Day 12   Pretoria - South Africa

After breakfast we get back on the main road to arrive in Pretoria/Johannesburg in the afternoon (B)

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