Enjoy an exclusive experience visiting two areas, the Moremi Game Reserve and the Khwai Concession (bordering the Okavango Delta.) This safari is paced for those who really want to concentrate on photography of the cats and game viewing from a private vehicle with your own guide. Limited walking is offered plus one full day in the Okavango Delta game viewing by boat. You stay in two shared luxury mobile campsites in each area, which lessens your eco-imprint and enables you to meet other interesting travelers during mealtime. Guides on this safari may include Brian Gibson and Alwyn Myburgh.
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On arrival in Maun, Botswana board your charter flight to the Moremi area. On arrival at the airstrip you will be met by your private guide and vehicle. After a light lunch you will drive to the south-eastern part of the Moremi Game Reserve, a distance of approximately 100 km, which generally takes three hours, over a series of low sandy ridges, which are ancient sand dunes dating from a more arid period two million years ago. Two days of game viewing activities. One of these days you will have the thrill of a half-day boating excursion through the Okavango Delta. Here the Okavango, one of the unique natural areas of Africa, spreads out through a sea of papyrus reeds. The water is crystal clear and flows through channels covered with water lilies. The fish eagle is prevalent in the area, as are a wide variety of herons and other water birds. 3 nights Bodamatau (Shared Mobile Tented Camp).
Today you will game drive enroute to the Khwai Concession where your mobile campsite will now be located. While based in this private concession area, you may visit a nearby village and also take some walking excursions as well as night game drives. (No water activities are offered from this camp). Overnight Khwai Shared Mobile Tented Camp.
Enjoy two days of game viewing with your guide. 2 nights Khwai Shared Mobile Tented Camp.
After breakfast, you will take a charter flight to Maun.
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