Elephant in the Chobe River at sunset, Botswana
Explore beautiful Botswana and its many birds and wild animals by vehicle, on foot and by boat. Starting at Chobe Riverfront you will enjoy a safari boat cruise; keep your eyes peeled as Chobe National Park has the world’s largest concentration of African elephants. From here it’s on to Lebala Camp with 2,320 sq. km of wilderness to explore during game drives and on a walking safari, before heading to the Okavango Delta for even more wildlife spotting – you may well see crocodiles and monitor lizards here too!
At the Moremi Game Reserve, you’ll head out on a traditional mokoro where you will be looking for some of the 500 species of bird, as well as elephant, lion, leopard, giraffe, buffalo, hippo, rhino, zebra and more. Your final destination is Nxai Pan National Park where zebra migrate by their thousands each year, and you can join a bushman walk to learn how to hunt food, gather and collect water – what a way to end your trip!
Hop aboard a safari boat cruise along the Chobe River
Marvel at the Okavango River as it transports huge amounts of water from Angola to the northern Kalahari Desert
Enjoy a traditional mokoro boat trip at Moremi Game Reserve
Visit Nxai Pan National Park, where migrating zebra can be seen in their thousands