USD 450 per person/per night

Day 1

Arrival in Maun

Discover and explore a different side of nature on this amazing safari trip. The tour starts in Maun and ends in Kasane, taking you through Moremi Game Reserve, Savuti and Linyanti along the way. Tented camp accommodation, mobile toilets and showers will be provided. Our safaris are simple yet comfortable and all your needs will be catered for!

Overnight: Maun      

Day 2

Maun-Moremi Game Reserve

Pick—up from the hotel/ lodge in Maun by your guide and leave to Moremi Game Reserve (3 to 4 hours’ drive from Maun 40 kilometers tarred road and 65 kilometers gravel road to Moremi Game Reserve South Gate). Rested on the eastern part of the Okavango Delta the UNESCO heritage site. Moremi Game Reserve is widely considered as one of the finest wildlife reserve in Africa with a diversity of habitats combining acacia forest and mophane woodlands with floodplains and lagoons, here we will be camping at an exclusive campsite our guides will take you to the park’s most beautiful areas such as third bridge, bodumatau and dead tree island game is plentiful, sightings include elephant, buffalo, giraffe, lions, hyena, jackal and many different antelopes including red lechwe and the shy sitatunga, a web-footed antelope perfectly adapted to life in the swamps. Wild dog, whose numbers are so rapidly dwindling elsewhere, and bird species are regularly sighted in the Moremi Game Reserve.

Overnight; Moremi.

Day 3

Moremi Game Reserve

Morning and afternoon game drives around Moremi Game reserve. There is a rich variety of bird species as well as large numbers of giraffes, buffaloes and elephants and close to the water holes also lions, leopards and hippos. Furthermore you can see zebras, lions, wild dogs, pythons, hartebeest, wildebeest, elephants, impala, warthog, Sable antelope and other antelopes.

Several observation towers enable you to overview the park in its entirety. Moremi Game Reserve is mostly mophane woodland with gently rolling ant hills.

Overnight; at the campgrounds Moremi

Day 4

Moremi Game Reserve-Khwai village

Early in the morning after breakfast game drive on our way to Khwai village, north side of Moremi Game reserve where we will camp for 1 night. Khwai is a small village with small number of people staying there, the san people are the dominant in the area. Upon arrival at Khwai, after lunch and siesta we go for a game drive along the Khwai River where you will be able to see different kinds of animals coming down the river to drink water and even the birds as they will be flying around enjoying the cool weather of the river, after the drive back to the camp. Dinner is served.

Overnight: Khwai village

Day 5

Khwai village-Savuti

After breakfast depart in the morning from Khwai to Savuti which is part of Chobe National Park. It is called Savuti because a certain chief called Sauté used to live there with his tribe. The drive is a bit longer from Khwai to Savuti, however, the drive is much more enjoyable as you will see lots of birds and animals on the way. The scenery is amazing and very African looking, with lots of umbrella thorn, acacia tortilis with giraffe feeding and many more including the most photographed bird, lilac breasted roller, a national bird of Botswana.

Upon arrival, after relaxation go for late afternoon game drive, where you will be able to see different animals like lions, zebras, herds of elephants and different bird’s species.

Later on the evening, storytelling around the camp fire after dinner.

Overnight: Savuti

Day 6


After breakfast, go for an early morning game drive leaving the camp after sunrise. The morning game drive heads out for game viewing and will proceed through the beautiful scenery of this part of the Savuti area with a very good chance of viewing animals like: buffaloes, elephants and lions. Then back to the camp for lunch and siesta. After siesta go for afternoon game drive.

Overnight: Savuti

Day 7

Savuti-Chobe National Park

Early morning game drive on the way to Chobe National park 46.9 km approximately 1 hour 30 minutes’ drive, along the way you get to see mophane woodland and acacia tortilis. Chobe National Park is mostly dominated by the Zambezi teak, which is very good for making furniture. Chobe National Park is a unique park because during dry season big herds of animals congregate along the river. You will see elephants swimming from one bank to the other, buffalos crossing to Sedudu Island . Upon arrival at the camp, lunch is served then siesta.

After lunch game drive in the park getting to see different trees like mophane and other different animals in the Chobe area.

Dinner served at the camp

Overnight: Chobe National Park campgrounds

Day 8

Chobe National Park-Kasane International Airport

Transfers from the park to Kasane International Airport where you will boarder a flight to Johannesburg (OR Tambo International Airport South Africa).


End of Tour