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Untamed Botswana Tour Itinerary

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Journey Itinerary

Day 1Arrive Maun, Botswana to Okavango Delta

Welcome to Maun and Botswana. You are met upon arrival at the Maun Airport, and then transferred to the airstrip for your flight to your safari camp in the Okavango Delta region. Spend the rest of the day enjoying the many activities – including game viewing by motor boat or mokoro (dugout canoe) where you can watch the elephants bathing and mammoth hippos emerging from the water. ​(L,D)

  • Belmond Eagle Island Lodge, Okavango Delta

Day 2 & 3Okavango Delta

The Okavango Delta consists of a multitude of main channels, smaller tributaries and lagoons, as well as floodplains, islands and mainland areas. The permanent swamp includes groves of wild date palm, swathes of papyrus, islands fringed with forest, and lagoons covered with floating water lilies. The expert guides help you explore the flower and fauna of the delta by foot along the walking trails, by boat on the canals, and by air safari. A spectacular and scenic game-viewing helicopter journey is included in your camp stay. (2B,2L,2D)

  • Belmond Eagle Island Lodge, Okavango Delta

Day 4Okavango Delta to Moremi Wildlife Reserve

This morning board a shared light aircraft for a flight to the eastern region of the Okavango Delta, the Moremi Wildlife Reserve – a designated 1160 sq. mile protected wildlife area. The reserve is a network of rich waterways that surround two large landmasses, containing a diverse ecosystem of woodlands, wetlands, floodplains, and dry savannah. Your lodge camp is adjacent to the reserve, the Khwai River, and nestled on the edge of a leadwood and fig tree forest. Known for its large concentration of mammals, your camp puts you in the perfect place to view elephant, buffalo, lion, leopard, cheetah and wild dogs. Take an afternoon safari drive in an open-air Land Cruiser, and perhaps an after-dark spotlight game drive, to spot some of the nocturnal animals. ​(B,L,D)

  • Belmond Khwai River Lodge, Moremi Wildlife Reserve

Day 5Moremi Wildlife Reserve

The day is yours to relax and explore this wonderful region of Botswana. Game drives are available in the morning, afternoon and evening, and there are guided walking safaris that stroll along the Khwai River. You may also want to visit a local village to learn about the native culture and traditions. Tonight enjoy a stargazing presentation. ​(B,L,D)

  • Belmond Khwai River Lodge, Moremi Wildlife Reserve

Day 6Moremi Wildlife Reserve to Chobe National Park

This morning take a short flight north to Chobe National Park. Stay in the Savute Channel, in the heart of the park, and a diverse habitat and haven for wildlife. The highlight of this area is Chobe's animal migrations. Exhibiting the ancient patterns of time, the animals move following the available food and water in the district. During the rainy season (December-March), wildlife migrates to the open plains; then they return to the river areas during the dry season (April-November). At the camp's watering hole, you can see massive herds of elephant and buffalo, and the prides of lion that hunt them, as well as many other predators such as the endangered wild dog, leopard, cheetah and hyena. Your luxurious tented accommodation is built on a raised teak deck - including an en-suite bathroom and a wonderful view of the water hole. ​(B,L,D)

  • Belmond Savute Elephant Camp, Chobe National Park

Day 7 & 8Chobe National Park

Today enjoy another day to explore this amazing area full of animals and colorful birds. Often called the “elephant capital of the world,” Belmond Savute Elephant Camp offers excellent wildlife viewpoints. Stand along the dry Savute Channel to witness herds of elephants in their natural habitat. Game drives in open Land Rovers depart the lodge each morning and afternoon, giving you yet another way to explore this wildlife rich region. You can also take an excursion to view the historic San rock paintings hidden in the hills by early Bushmen. Tonight you may choose to dine in the open-air “boma” for an evening of traditional foods and spectacular vistas of the African night sky. ​(2B,2L,2D)

  • Belmond Savute Elephant Camp, Chobe National Park

Day 9Depart Chobe National Park to Maun and Home

Enjoy your last hours in the Chobe, perhaps taking a final morning game drive, before boarding your small aircraft flight from Savute back to the Maun Airport. From there board your flight home or on to your next destination. ​(B)

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Tour Details

Meeting Point
Maun, Botswana
Departure Point
Maun, Botswana
Tour Includes
  • Accommodations as indicated in the itinerary
  • Meals as indicated in the itinerary
  • All transfers and sightseeing provided in a private deluxe vehicle when possible
  • Local English-speaking guide for sightseeing
  • Entrance fees per final scheduled itinerary
  • Airport porterage, where available (2 bags per person)
  • Local taxes
  • Travel Guard Medical Emergency and Assistance Plan
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Package price is per person, based on double occupancy. Single supplement applies. Land, air, and governmental/park taxes are subject to change based on date of departure. International airfare is additional. Other restrictions may apply. Contact us for complete journey details.

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