FULL SERVICE SAFARI

The Fully Serviced Safari is a non-participation safari, where our team will carry all the necessary camp chores to keep the safari running smoothly. The tents are large (3m x 3m) canvas dome tents with stretcher beds and bedding provided. Each tent has an en-suite bush toilet and shower.


Outline Itinerary

3 days Khwai Concession

Day 1: Maun – Khwai concession area

Pick up at the cabin or airport, leave Maun to Khwai area. At the beginning of today you take a moderate drive towards the Khwai community area in the upper east of Moremi game reserve. Here you will remain in a private concession toward the east of the delta for 2 nights. Arrive and settle in the campground. Eat before taking off for your night drive. Exploring the Khwai concession, this area is known for the enormous groups of buffaloes and in addition zebra, giraffe and different antelopes. You will have the capacity to encounter night drives and strolling safaris in the Khwai area as it is outside the Moremi. See nocturnal wildlife you can discover with the spotlight as you advance back to camp. Supper will be served upon arrival.


Day 2: Moremi day trip

Early wake up call, have breakfast and depart for a full day exploring the varied habitants in the Moremi game reserve by game drives. This fascinating area with labyrinth waterways and wonderful game viewing. You will experience the magnificent game life and bird’s species that habitants in this area. Have a tea and coffee then continue with the search. This area is known for migrates of zebras, Blue wildebeest, sable antelopes and many others. It is idle for bird watching and photography. Your guide will find a nice spot to have packed lunch and stretch your legs. Proceed with the journey and animal and birds search until evening then have sundowner. Drive outside the park, game drive on the way until you reach the camp. Have shower and have your dinner. Then retire to bed.


Day 3: Khwai – Maun

After breakfast this morning you will have short game drive around Khwai area then later drive back to Maun. Drop off at the airport or lodge.


Outline Itinerary

5 days safari

1 night Moremi Game Reserve

1 Night Khwai Concession

1 night Savuti

1 night Chobe River front


Day 1 (Moremi Game Reserve)

Pick up clients from Maun the depart to Moremi Game reserve where we are going to spend our first night. Packed lunch will be served on the way. Conduct an afternoon game drive followed by 1 hour boat cruise before departing to the campsite for dinner


Day 2 Khwai (Magotlho)

After breakfast and morning game drive in Moremi we continue to Khwai where we are going to spend another night. Packed lunch will be served on the way. Conduct an afternoon game drive along the river followed by dinner before departing for a night game drive


Day 3 (Savuti)

After a morning game walk in Khwai our trail heads up north to Savuti, which is in Chobe National park and area which is commonly known for its diverse landscape and different species of animals. Packed lunch will be served on the way. Conduct an afternoon game drive followed by dinner


Day 4 (Ihaha)

Wake up early in the morning; have breakfast followed by a short morning game drive before departing to yet another part of Chobe National Park known to local operators as Ihaha or the Chobe River Front. Packed lunch will be served on the way. Conduct an afternoon game drive along the river before departing to the Camp for dinner


Day 5 (End of trip)

Wake up early in the morning; have breakfast followed by morning game drive before departing to Kasane airport. End of trip.


Outline Itinerary

10 days safari

2 night Moremi Game Reserve

2 nights Khwai

2 Nights Savuti

2 nights Chobe River Front

1 night lodge in Kasane


Day 1: Maun – Moremi game reserve

Landing at Maun Airport you will be welcomed by our guide for meet and greet. Depart for Moremi, en route game drive until the point when reaching Moremi south gate and slow game drive and arrive at the campsite before it’s too dark.


Day 2: Moremi game reserve

Today you will spend the whole day on diversion drive in Moremi. Moremi is well known for its unimaginable assorted variety of habitant and untamed life species. Notwithstanding being a standout amongst other spots for game seeing in southern African, the hold is prestigious for its magnificence. Drive back to camp for lunch and break. Depart for evening game drive proceed with the pursuit, have a stopover for sundowner. Thereafter drive back to camp. Supper will be served then lounge around flame for narrating and have brief discuss the following day’s schedule.


Day 3/4: Moremi – Khwai

Early wake up reminder, have scrumptious breakfast from that point leave for short game drive before departing for Khwai Concession. As you advance through the bramble of Khwai you stop for a cookout lunch and watch out for feathered creatures. Arrive at the camp at evening, have shower and supper will be served.


Day 5/6: Khwai – Savuti

After breakfast you will pack up and leave the untainted wild. We drive from Khwai toward Chobe national park. You will have a stopover for mouthwatering picnic lunch before entering the park entrance gate. The search for possible game start immediately en route game drive until you reach the Savuti .


Day 7/8: Savuti – Ihaha

Today we make a game drive to Ihaha. You will arrive at the camp in the afternoon and you will still have time for sunset drive along the river. This area has the largest population of elephants in the world and seeing several hundred a day is normal; expect them to visit the camp. You will explore the Chobe River and make an extensive game drive along its borders. The area has one of the densest animal concentrations in Africa and expects to see many distinct species: roan antelope, sable antelope, kudu, red lechwe, giraffe are commonly seen and the possibility of seeing lions, leopard and wild dogs is high. Chobe never disappoints. Lunch is served en route, we make a shorter drive as this is the time when most animals come to the river to drink. After dinner we enjoy story around fire.

Day 9: Kasane

After 2 full days exploring the Ihaha, it is at long last time to pack and take off. You will leave with a last look at the Ihaha wild, dousing its excellence one last time before your guide securely escort you to Kasane, Drop off at the hotel. Have lunch and relax. Go for afternoon boat cruise in the Chobe river for 2 hours. Supper and accommodation on this day is comprehensive.


Day 10: Kasane

After breakfast this morning you will be dropped off at Kasane International airport for your international flight. Or drop off at Victoria falls (on request)


Outline Itinerary

11 days Safari

1 night Nxai Pan

1 night Makgadikgadi

2 nights Okavango Delta

2 nights Moremi Game Reserve

2 nights Savuti

2 nights Chobe River Front


DAY 1: NXAI PAN IN THE MAKGADIKGADI NATIONAL PARK

You will be picked up at the lodge or Maun airport and drive 445km with a closed vehicle on the tar road before turning off and driving 32km to Nxai Pan,. We spend a night, in an exclusive BOGA (Botswana Guides Association) site, away from other people. We will try and have you out there at 5.30am to look for Brown Hyena and see what else is around. Later in the day we will sit at the Waterhole, the only one for miles around and very busy, if the rains haven’t started. Sunsets at the Waterhole can be spectacular, with animals silhouetted against the setting sun. We return to our camp after sunset, and enjoy great food and drinks around a fire.

DAY 2: MAKGADIKGADI PANS NATIONAL PARK

We drive 4 hours from Nxai Pan to Khumaga in Makgadikgadi Pans National Park an area of 3,900square km, where we spend a night in the Public Campsite, across the river from the village of Khumaga but separated by the Boteti River. Hundreds of Zebra congregate here to drink and provide great photographic opportunities. There are numerous birds of prey in this area, vultures, owls and eagles galore. We will concentrate on game drives along the river which should be flowing still although it has a history of drying up. Hippos and Crocodiles occur here, and survived 17 years when the river was dry, until early 2009. White Rhino were released here several years ago, but are seldom seen.

DAY 3: OKAVANGO DELTA MOKORO

We drive out to Maun for about 2 hours 30 minutes drive. . Lunch can be arranged for you upon your arrival in Maun, depending on your schedule. We then start our trip to the Okavango Delta. When deciding whether to arrange lunch, bear in mind that the next meal will be served when we arrive at the Delta 3 to 4 hours later. Our friendly, professional camp staff — one chef and a camp hand — will welcome you upon our arrival at the Okavango Delta and take you to your already pitched camp in the island. There will be ample time for you to relax and refresh after the long trip.

DAY 4: OKAVANGO DELTA MOKORO

Wake up early in the morning for a light breakfast before you leave on a full¬‐day safari. We will bring snacks, refreshments, and lunch along with us, which gives us a chance to do a game walk on one of the nearby islands. Return to camp for dinner and a cozy evening in your comfortable canvas tent.

DAY 5: MOREMI GAME RESERVE

We rise early and after a healthy breakfast and cruise back to the mokoro excursion station where we will board our game viewing vehicle. A game drive takes us to the Moremi Game Reserve, famous for its big concentrations of game, where we set up camp for the next 2 nights in a plain wilderness area. Lunch is served en route and arrival in camp will be mid-afternoon. A late afternoon drive leaves for game viewing until sunset, when we head back to camp. After dinner is served, there is time to chat and relax around the campfire.

DAY 6: MOREMI GAME RESERVE

This morning we make an extensive game-drive in the park to see the abundance of wildlife in this pristine area. We aim to be back in camp by noon but if we are lucky and see specials this might even be later. After lunch there is time for shower and siesta before setting of for an afternoon game-drive till sundown. After dinner we enjoy the campfire and listen to the bush-noises.

DAY 7: SAVUTI (CHOBE NATIONAL PARK)

An interesting game drive takes us away of Moremi, traveling north via the Khwai River and the Mababe Depression to Savuti, our camp for the next 2 nights. The Savuti area with wide open grassy plains and scattered rocky outcrops is the perfect area for large herds of elephants, zebra and wildebeest and giraffe families, not forgetting the many predators that follow them. We enjoy a picnic lunch in the bush and arrive in camp mid-afternoon in time to still make a short sundown drive. Our staff has again prepared a superb bush-dinner and the campfire will welcome us.

DAY 8: SAVUTI (CHOBE NATIONAL PARK)

As the Savuti area is vast we can opt for a full day trip or a combined morning and afternoon drive, this depending on where animals are concentrated. Your guide will advise you the day before so you can organize accordingly. The plains are always a highlight and the area is known for its great concentration of predators. We also make a short climb to see some Bushman rock paintings, beautiful vistas from the hill, back in camp after sundown.

DAY 9: CHOBE NATIONAL PARK

Today we make a last game-drive in the area and then head North to the Chobe river. We pass some traditional villages along the road and have plenty possibilities for a “lunch with a view”. Arrival in camp is around mid-afternoon and we still have time for a sunset drive along the river. This area has the largest population of elephants in the world and seeing several hundred a day is normal; expect them to visit the camp. We explore the Chobe River and make an extensive game-drive along its borders. The area really has one of the densest animal concentrations in Africa and expects to see many different species: roan antelope, sable antelope, puku, red lechwe, giraffe are commonly seen and the possibility of seeing lions – leopard – wild dogs is high, Chobe never disappoints. Lunch is served in camp and in the afternoon we make a shorter drive as this is the time when most animals come to the river to drink. After dinner we enjoy our last campfire of the safari.

DAY 10: KASANE

We make a last game-drive along the Chobe River to arrive in Kasane around 11 AM. We will have our lunch at the lodge by the river. In the afternoon at 15:30pm, you’ll cruise on the enchanting Chobe River, marveling at the variety and vast numbers of animals coming and going from this life‐giving river. We have our last dinner together at the lodge.

DAY 11: DEPARTURE DAY

You will be transferred to the airport for any further transfer, be it by road or by air .We can also arrange an optional extra day or days to Victoria Falls.