- 11 nights
- Explore the Okavango Delta
- Land and water-based game-viewing opportunities.
- Visit Victoria Falls
- Explore Hwange National Park
- FULLY INCLUSIVE: accommodation, meals, selected drinks & internal charter flights
This spectacular safari takes you to the glittering waters of the Okavango Delta and the predator capital of the world at Moremi, to the banks of the Zambezi River (close to Victoria Falls) and on to the grand Hwange National Park.
11 January – 31 March
From USD$ 7811 per person sharing
From USD$ 8293 per single
Jun / Jul / Aug / Sept / Oct
From USD$ 12246 per person sharing
From USD$ 16624 per single
1 April – 31 May / 1 November – 10 Jan 2021
From USD$ 9360 per person sharing
From USD$ 11973 per single
From Maun airport you will fly in the Khwai Community area where you will be transfeRred to the lodge Khwai Bush Camp, on the edge of the Moremi Game Reserve in Botswana, is nestled amongst a forest of sycamore and leadwood trees. A perfect welcome to the green season with dramatic afternoon thunderstorms which are expected to provide much needed relief to wildlife and vegetation. Migrant birds arrive in their flocks and predator hunts are common as vulnerable offspring are born. Experience the vastness of the landscape beyond with a helicopter transfer to the Nxai Pan.
Head on the afternoon safari after your checkin and start exploring what the green season in the Okavango Delta offers.
Return to the lodge in time for a delicious dinner under the African skies.
Based in a private concession on the edge of the Gomoti flood plain system, this camp has access to incredible wildlife and scenery. Depending on the time of year, the floodplains can be explored by vehicle or canoe.
Upstream of the iconic Victoria Falls, on the banks of the Zambezi River, lies Old Drift Lodge. The lodge boasts luxury accommodation overlooking the pristine Zambezi National Park, a mere 7 kilometers from the mighty Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. Old Drift Lodge is nestled within a wild paradise frequented by elephant, buffalo, herds of sable, eland, zebra, giraffe, kudu, waterbuck and impala.
Inspired by safaris of the past, Verney’s Camp is situated in a teak forest that is synonymous with Hwange. With views over a waterhole, the animals put on a daily parade as they come down for their evening drink.
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