Moremi Game Reserve Tour

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Arrival Day

Our professional guide will meet you at the Airport and drop you at the hotel in Maun.

You will have time to freshen up by the garden lounge.

During dinner you'll have a briefing by your guide about the tour and you will have a chance of asking some questions and understanding your itinerary.

Male lion watching prey
Serval leaping

Day 2: Nxai Pan In the Makgadikgadi National Park

You will be picked up at the hotel early in the morning and drive to Nxai Pan on a very sandy road. Part of the great Makgadikgadi complex, Nxai Pan National Park covers an area of 2,100km² and comprises several larger pans which were once ancient salt lakes. These large pans are now grassed and are scattered with islands of acacia trees and smaller pans that fill with water during the rainy season thus providing rich resources for wildlife.

We spend a night in an exclusive BOGA (Botswana Guides Association) site away from other people. A common place for brown hyena and to see what else is around. Later in the day we will sit at the waterhole, the only one for miles around and very busy, if the rains haven't started, Sunsets at the waterhole can be spectacular, with animals silhouetted against the setting sun.

We return to our camp after sunset and enjoy dinner around the fire.

Day 2: Makgadikgadi Pans National Park

We drive 4 hours from Nxai Pan to Khumaga in Makgadikgadi Pans National Park, an area of 3,900 square km, where we spend a night in the public campsite across the river from the village of Khumaga but separated by the Boteti River.

Hundreds of zebra (migration of zebra) congregate here to drink and provide great photographic opportunities.

Male lion watching prey
Serval leaping

Day 3: Okavango Delta

We drive out to Maun for about 2 hours. Lunch can be arranged for you upon your arrival in Maun depending on your schedule. We then start our trip to the Okavango Delta.

When deciding whether to arrange lunch bare in mind that the next meal will be served when we arrive at the delta 3 to 4 hours later. Our friendly professional camp staff including a chef will welcome you upon our arrival at the Okavango Delta (Katamaga) and take you to the tented camp.

There will be ample time for you to relax and refresh after the long trip.

Day 4: Okavango Delta by Mokoro

Wake up early in the morning for a light breakfast before you leave on a nature walk for about 2 to 3 hours.

Return to camp for ample time for you to relax and refresh.

In the afternoon you will be in a mekoro doing sundowns in the delta and return to the campsite (Katamaga).

Male lion watching prey
Serval leaping

Day 5: Moremi Game Reserve

We rise early and after breakfast our professional guide will take you in a game drive vehicle to Moremi Game Reserve, famous for its big five concentrations of game, where we set up camp for next 2 nights in a plain wilderness area.

An extensive lunch is served en route and arrival in camp will be mid-afternoon.

A late afternoon drive leaves for game viewing until sunset, when we head back to camp. After dinner is served, there is time to chat and relax around the campfire.

Day 6: Moremi Game Reserve

This morning we make an extensive game-drive in the park to see the abundance of wildlife in this pristine area.

Back in the campsite in the afternoon for lunch and have a siesta before setting of for an afternoon game drive till sundown.

After dinner we enjoy the campfire and listen to the bush-noise

Male lion watching prey
Serval leaping

Day 7: Savuti

An interesting game drive takes us away of Moremi, traveling north via the Kwai River and Mababe Depression to Savuti, our camp for 2 nights.

The Savuti area with wide open grassy plains and scattered rocky outcrops is the perfect area for large herds of elephants, zebra and wildebeest families, not forgetting the many predators that follow them.

We enjoy a picnic lunch in the bush and arrive in camp mid-afternoon and having a siesta and have short sundown drive. Will be having a superb bush-dinner and the campfire will welcome us.

Day 8: Savuti

As the Savuti area is vast we can do a full day trip depending on where animal are concentrated. The guide will advice you the day before so you can organize accordingly.

The plain is always a highlight and the area is known for its great concentration of predators.

We also make a short climb to see Bushman rock paintings, beautiful vistas from the hill, back in camp after sundown.

Male lion watching prey
Serval leaping

Day 9: Chobe National Park

Today we make a last game-drive in the area and then head north to the Chobe River. We pass some traditional villages along the road and have plenty possibilities for a lunch with a view.

Arrival in camp is around mid-afternoon and we still have time for a sunset drive along the river.

A word that is synonymous with elephants. Chobe is the pachyderm capital of the world. Nowhere else on Earth can boast the sheer numbers and concentration of these majestic animals as they gather in the hundreds along the Chobe flood plain towards the end of the dry season.

Lunch is served in camp and in the afternoon we make a shorter drive as this is the time when most animals come to the river to drink. After dinner we enjoy our last campfire of the safari.

Day 10: Kasane

We make a last game-drive along the Chobe River to arrive in Kasane around 1100hrs. We will have our lunch at the lodge by the river.

In the afternoon at 1530hrs you'll cruise on the enchanting Chobe River, marveling at the variety and vast number of animals coming and going from this life-giving river.

We have our last dinner together at the lodge.

Male lion watching prey
Serval leaping

Day 11: Departure Day

You will be transferred to the Airport.

We can also arrange an optional extra day or days to Victoria Falls.

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At a Glance


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11 days/10 nights


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