Tour Information

USD 450 per person/per night

Guests will arrive a day before the safari begins, thus they will spend a night in a hotel or lodge and then start their safari fresh in the morning the next day.

Day 1

Maun-Khama Rhino Sanctuary

After breakfast, check out at the hotel then and proceeds with the tour from Gaborone to Khama Rhino Sanctuary. On the way to Khama Rhino, stopover at Palapye village where you will stretch your legs and have drinks. Khama Rhino Sanctuary is a community based wildlife project in Botswana, next to Serowe village where the first president of Botswana the late Sir Seretse Khama was born. The Sanctuary assist in saving the vanishing rhinoceros.

Upon arrival you will be welcomed by a well-trained and very knowledgeable ranger, who will guide you around the sanctuary in 4*4 safari game viewer vehicle (with picnic lunch). The activity lasts for only 2 hours.

The Sanctuary is home to other wildlife such as: zebra, blue wildebeest, giraffe, eland, springbok, impala, gemsbok, kudu, steenbok, duiker, red hartebeest, leopard, ostrich, African wild cat, caracal, small spotted genet, and black-backed jackal, bat eared fox, brown hyena.

Overnight; Community Camp Site Khama Rhino.

Day 2

Khama Rhino Sanctuary

Early in the morning go for Rhino tracking tracks and learn a few tricks about the wild. This activity is very interesting and is conducted in the mornings only accompanied by our qualified guides or rangers. The purpose of the activity is not only to find the rhinos, but also to learn some survival techniques and habits that these animals have adopted in their evolution.

Clients will head back to the campsite and will be served lunch. Later in the afternoon, there will be a game drive where clients will get a chance to see animals such as black rhino, white rhino, impalas, giraffes, black backed jackal, steenbok antelopes, blue wildebeest, zebra and ostrich. When back at the campsite clients will be served dinner. Time for bed will be determined by the last guest.

Overnight; Community Camp Site Khama Rhino.

Day 3

Khama Rhino Sanctuary-Maun

On the departure day you will drive back to Maun, our stopover will be at Letlhakane village where we will have our refreshments and relaxation. Letlhakane is a small village surrounded by 5 diamonds mines and among those 5 mines there is a mine named Karowe Mine which has produced the biggest diamond around the world by the name Sedilame, as Botswana is one of the countries exporting minerals around the world and depending much more on mines, agriculture and tourism and our next stopover is Rakops village, the smallest village in Botswana consisting of the Boteti River in the Central part of Botswana before we proceed with our journey to the game reserve and you will pass through Khumaga Village the gateway to Makgadikgadi pans.

Upon arrival in Maun you will be transferred to the airport to continue with other travel arrangements.

End of Tour.