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Green Season In Botswana

Itinerary
Overview
Countries Visited:
Botswana
Regions Visited:
Chobe, Okavango
Length of Trip:
8 days

itinerary
highlights

 
  • Boat Safaris on the Chobe River
  • Best Season for Birding
  • Nov-March - Season of Plentiful Life
  • Big Cats in the Okavango Delta
  • Expert Guiding in 4x4 Vehicles
  • Mokoro & Boat Safaris in the Delta

Safari Itinerary Summary

Days 1 to 3

This 7 night Botswana Safari is perfect for first timers offering a very affordable trip whilst staying in two very different and prolific game viewing regions - Chobe and the Okavango Delta.

This Safari starts in Kasane, Botswana, an easy flight from Johannesburg - where you will be met your safari guide in an open 4x4 vehicle and driven to Chobe Elephant Camp on the western border of Chobe National Park.

Spend 3 nights at Chobe Elephant Camp in a Standard Chalet, fully inclusive of all meals and safari activities.

Explore the Chobe floodplains and Chobe River on game drives and boat cruises that will reveal the magnificent animals and birdlife that live here – Chobe is world renowned for its elephant populations. Oher wildlife you would expect to see in Chobe includes: Cape Buffalo, Hippo, Giraffe, Red Lechwe, Puku, Kudu, Impala, Sable Antelope, Crocodile, Lion, Leopard, Hyena, African Wild Dog and Jackal. In these summer months (Nov-March) Botswana becomes a productive wildlife paradise interspersed with vibrant floral displays.






Days 4, 5, 6 & 7

Depart Chobe Elephant Camp by road and a light aircraft flight into the amazing Okavango Delta.

Spend 4 nights in a luxury safari tent, fully inclusive at Pom Pom Camp located on an island in a private concession in the heart of the Delta.

The camp overlooks a lagoon and enjoys spectacular sunsets in this especially beautiful area.
Activities include game drives, both day and night for exciting viewing of nocturnal species, as well as mokoro safaris and bush walks. This is a wonderfully authentic Okavango experience and great value for money.



Day 8

Depart Pom Pom Camp by light aircraft to Maun Airport to connect with your journey home.

A few days spent at Victoria Falls is a wonderfully relaxing way to start this holiday especially after a long haul flight. Apart from viewing the majestic Falls you can also get out on safari by boat or open vehicle to start spotting wildlife and get your "eye in" before you arrive in Botswana!

This itinerary includes the following Camps:

Chobe Elephant Camp

Chobe Elephant Camp in Chobe

Chobe Elephant Camp is an eco-friendly camp located on the western border of the Chobe National Park in the Chobe Forest ...Read More

Chobe Elephant Camp is an eco-friendly camp located on the western border of the Chobe National Park in the Chobe Forest Reserve.

Built high on the edge of a rocky ridge, it commands sweeping views over the floodplains of Chobe River. The lodge has an uncomplicated, rustic African feel and is comfortably appointed and welcoming. Eleven chalets (including a family chalet) have polished floors, wooden beams and attractive contemporary furnishings. Each extends out to a private deck. Each chalet has both indoor and outdoor showers.

Follow sandy walkways to the main lounge, dining and bar area, or settle in the pool, with its exquisite panoramas over the landscape. Game drives and boat cruises allow guests to view the magnificent animals which inhabit the area – elephants in particular. 

Pom Pom Camp

Pom Pom Camp in Okavango

Pom Pom Camp is a vintage camp and one for the safari traditionalist with an emphasis on the nature experience.   It is ...Read More

Pom Pom Camp is a vintage camp and one for the safari traditionalist with an emphasis on the nature experience.  

It is situated in a private concession in the heart of the Okavango Delta on the western boundary of the Moremi Game Reserve. Surrounded by stunning Okavango scenery made up of crystal clear channels and waterways, Pom Pom lies on a permanent lagoon laden with reeds, water-lilies, birdlife and hippos.

Built in traditional safari style all nine tents, including a family (children 8 years +) and honeymoon tent, are spread out under shady trees and overlook the tranquil and scenic lagoon. The tents are set on raised wooden decks with a large shaded verandah at the front. Bathrooms are en-suite and consist of a wash basin, flush loo and shower with a plentiful supply of piping hot water.

One of the jewels of the Okavango Delta Pom Pom Camp is known as much for its “soul” as for the delta swamps it is named after. Decorated in warm earthy tones the attractive open sided main lodge is constructed out of thatch and canvas and comprises a stylish lounge, dining and bar area and small curio shop. To the side of the bar is a plunge pool with loungers making it the perfect place to relax between meals and activities. A boma, sandy terrace with open fire pit, hammocks and easy chairs completes the picture.

This premier itinerary includes the following Camps:

Nxai Pan

Nxai Pan in Makgadikgadi

Nxai Pan Camp is located in northern Botswana on the western edge of a fossil pan from which the camp takes its name. This ...Read More

Kwara

Kwara in Okavango

Located in the heart of the Okavango Delta, in the midst of thousands of hectares of private wilderness, Kwara nestles on the ...Read More

Lagoon Camp

Lagoon Camp in Linyanti Selinda and Kwando

Lagoon Camp is located in the northern part of the Kwando River concession and is located beneath towering ebony and marula ...Read More

Stanley Safari Lodge

Stanley Safari Lodge in Livingstone

Stanley Safari Lodge is set on a hill bordering the Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park and overlooking unspoilt bush, just three ...Read More

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