This Exclusive Small Group Camping Safari is fully serviced, which means that you are not required to participate in setting up camp, meal preparation or any other chores and logistics. You can simply relax and focus on the incredible wildlife, birds and habitats of Moremi and the Khwai River floodplains of the Okavango Delta.
On this all-inclusive Moremi Tented Safari private camps are used, ensuring that you have an exclusive safari experience. You stay in spacious walk-in tents, featuring comfortable beds with full bedding. Each tent has an en-suite toilet and shower, with amenities and a towel provided.
Embark on an authentic wilderness adventure, whilst enjoying your creature comforts and excellent service!
At the start of this Moremi Tented Safari your guide for the duration of the safari meets you at the Maun Airport, in northern Botswana. Our departure time from the airport depends on the flight schedules of the commercial airlines, but we usually leave at about midday.
Setting off from the airport in Maun we drive to the Moremi Game Reserve, one of the top safari destinations in Botswana. Along the way we stop for a picnic lunch before continuing to the eastern side of the delta where Moremi lies.
Arriving at our first mobile campsite in the wilderness, we settle down for sundowners in the rugged bushveld. We spend two nights at the first camp, which the guides set up in the Third Bridge area, near Xakanaxa camp. This is one of the most game-rich regions of Moremi Game Reserve, boasting excellent year-round game viewing.
Your safari crew prepares dinner and makes a cosy campfire at the private campsite. Sit back under the stars and enjoy having the camp to yourselves.
Today we spend the entire day on game drives in the award-winning Moremi Game Reserve. The only proclaimed game reserve in the Okavango Delta, Moremi is famous for its incredible diversity of habitats and wildlife species. In addition to being one of the best places for game viewing in Southern Africa, the reserve is renowned for its beauty.
Moremi Game Reserve is about 5000 km² in size, encompassing almost a third of the Okavango Delta. Your experienced guide takes you in search of the abundant wildlife in an open-sided safari vehicle, immersing you in this wild environment. Wildlife sightings often include lions, elephants, hippos, buffalos, zebras, giraffes and wild dogs, as well as cheetahs, leopards and a wide array of antelope species, such as the red lechwe.
Return to the mobile tented camp, located close to a tributary of the Moanachira River in the western part of Moremi. Spend the evening relaxing around the campfire and tuning in to the sounds of the African bush.
On day three we are up early for breakfast, before moving on to our next campsite in the Khwai area. The crew takes down the mobile camp and packs up the camping equipment, driving a support vehicle ahead to set up the next camp for you.
As we make our way through the bush to Khwai we pause for a picnic lunch and keep an eye out for birds and game. Our second camp is erected in the Khwai community area, serving as our base for the next three nights. The community area is a concession situated along the Khwai River, forming the border of Moremi Game Reserve.
Over the next few days we explore the Khwai region on game drives and a mokoro trip. Your expert guides take you on morning, late afternoon and night game drives in search of the array of wildlife found on the Khwai floodplains. On one of the days you will also embark on a mokoro ride along the winding channels of the far eastern section of the Okavango Delta. Mekoros are the traditional dug-out canoes used to navigate the watery delta system. Sit back and let the local guides push and pull you through the clean waters of this unspoilt wild place for about two and a half hours.
Night game drives are a real highlight, taking you into the bush after dark on thrilling adventures. The night drives provide opportunities for sighting shy and unusual nocturnal creatures with the use of spotlights. Our night drives take place in the Khwai area, outside of Moremi Game Reserve, as night drives are not permitted inside the official reserve.
After breakfast at our camp this morning we pack up and leave the unspoilt wilderness behind.
Driving back to Maun, we stop for a picnic lunch along the way. We are set to arrive back at Maun Airport at about midday, in time for your onward travels, bringing our affordable Botswana adventure to a close.
This Moremi Tented Safari is also available on a private departure basis by arrangement. For prices and more details about the private departures, please contact African Budget Safaris.
The above itinerary is subject to change based on local road and weather conditions, as well as availability. We do our best to adhere to the schedule and activities as per the itinerary and will notify you of any necessary changes. Rates are subject to national park increases by the Botswana government, without prior notice.
This mobile tented safari makes use of private campsites wherever possible. The private campsites are unfenced, immersing you in the prime wilderness areas of Botswana.
Guests stay in spacious Meru-style tents (walk-in safari tents), with built in floors. The tents feature proper beds with full bed linen and a bath towel is provided. There is mosquito netting on the windows and over the entrance of each tent. Each tent has an en suite bathroom fitted with a bucket shower and bush toilet.
The crew sets up the mobile camps for you, so guests do not need to participate.
All game drives and local transfers are conducted in custom-made safari vehicles with open sides, shade roofs, game viewing seats and long-range fuel tanks. The group size on this safari is limited to seven, ensuring that each guest gets a window seat. Each group is accompanied by a back-up crew of staff travelling in a separate vehicle.
This tour is available for children 12 years old and over.
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