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Tour: 7 Day Botswana Walking Safari #30

 7 Day Botswana Walking Safari

Safari Overview

Walking in wild concessions truly gives new meaning to the word “SAFARI”! Walking in the African wilderness and experiencing everything up close and personal give a whole new feeling to African, and what its beauty has to offer.

On a “Walking Safari” you will return to the stationary camp each night. Expended safari walks daily as per your preference!

Let the adventure begin!

 

 

Itinerary Details
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Price

2020 / Adventure Camping: $ 4,700 per person sharing / 2 pax min.

2020 / Luxury Camping: $ 5,600 per person sharing / 2 pax min.

HIGHLIGHTS
  • Santawani Concession Safari
  • Mababe Depression Safari
Departure & Return Location

Maun Airport (Google Map)

Price Includes
  • Accommodation & Meals as specified
  • "Inter-Africa" flight as per itinerary
  • Tour Guide (where applicable)
  • All transportation as specified on itinerary
  • Activities as specified in itinerary
Price Excludes
  • International airfare
  • Tips & Private Expenses
  • Visa's (When applicable)
  • Additional accommodation before or after the safari
  • Park and enhance fees as indicated
Map


 VISA & Levy’s

  • Zimbabwe: Foreigners need to obtain a visa at the port of entry.Cost os US $ 50 per person and should be paid in cash.
  • No other visa’s are required for USA citizens entering into South Africa, Namibia or Botswana
  • Please refer to https://travel.state.gov/content/travel.html for updated information on each country

VACCINATIONS

Please refer to your health care professional for advise , as well as the CDC for updated information, but typically only malaria prevention medication is advised. Usually, no  other shots are required

*NOTES

  1. Cost may vary depending on actual booking dates and currency fluctuations. Airline tickets have been estimated and can vary depending on booking dates, fares and available flights
  2. BOARDING: Full Boarding (Dinner, Bed & Breakfast) / B&B (Bed & Breakfast). Drinks might or might not be included depending in the specific location – please inquire if you need details
  3. Child policy may apply & single occupancy policy apply
  4. Park entry fees and cable car ride fees are not included
  5. Checking passport validity and sufficient empty pages needed in the passport remains the client’s responsibility
  6. Checking and obtaining the necessary/applicable VISA’s for each country visited is the client’s responsibility

They say that all bugs in Africa bite…but the Safari Bug is the worst of them all!

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Santawani concession

Walking Safari

This community concession lies on the southern border of the wildlife rich Moremi Game Reserve, widely considered to be amongst the richest wildlife areas in all of Africa. The 6,000 acres Santawani concession located on the south east corner of the Okavango Delta is rich in wildlife and consider to be a great place to see wildlife throughout the year due to its location.

Most of this concession is covered with the thick Mopane woodlands and old open flood lines which contain open grasslands. On the western side of the concession near the Gomoti River there are thick patches of riparian Woodland which is home to a greater diversity of animals. The open patches of Savannah and Acacia Woodlands are great areas to see the general game particularly during the dry season. Old floodplains are covered in wild Sage and Short Acacia bushes. There are areas that flood every year within the concession, despite the flood being very unpredictable!

Big game animals are more prolific here during the dry season, as with the rest of the Okavango ,although the bird life is generally better between December and March. Because the concession is on the south west side of the Delta, the flood reaches it last.

That said quite a lot of the concession is my Mopane Woodlands, a favorite location for animals during the rains and certainly early dry season so expect to have a good game all year round. As it is a community conversation, walking safaris are allowed as well as night drives.

BOTSWANA MOBILE SAFARI

Experience the sights, sounds and smell of the bush!

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A mobile safari is exactly what it sounds like – a journey through a variety of different wildlife habitats, staying for a few nights in each area. When you move location, the camp moves with you. Each campsite is simply a designated, secluded area of bush with neither facilities nor fences. Before your arrival and after your departure, there is no trace that anyone has stayed there, and the wildlife is free to wander through camp at any time!

it is amazing to watch the camp disintegrate during breakfast, only to reappear in time for sun downers in a completely different location.’ In the evening, watch amber flames lick hungrily at the charred logs of the campfire as the lilting chimes of minuscule reed-frogs and vociferous crickets float through the cool night air. If you listen closely, you might hear a zebra braying in the distance, an elephant’s trumpet of displeasure or even a rasping, saw-like cough resonating from the inky darkness – the unforgettable call of a leopard patrolling its territory.

Mababe Depression

Walking or Mobile Safari

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The Mababe depression is part of a large network of river and lake basins spanning the middle of the Kalahari Desert region, found in northern Botswana. The deepest section of the depression is in fact the Savute March, one of us one of natural wonders, located inside the Chobe National Park. The area known as the Mababe depression is the southern tip of the depression and it is fed by the northernmost river in the Okavango Delta, the Khwai river. During September and October, the depression is known for the huge number of Buffalo that gather for the reminder of the dry season. It is one of the most underestimated regions in Botswana, due to its inaccessibility ability by vehicle.

Mababe is bordered by Chobe National Park on the north and east, with Moremi Game Reserve on its southern border. With no fences to obstruct wildlife movement, this area is prime location for wildlife, while tourism density is limited due to accessibility.

ACTIVITIES
The Game drives along the quiet river and into the quiet community concession or also possible from this area, as well as night game drives as it lies outside the national parks. Game drives into the sun section of the Chobe National Park is also possible in this area with accessibility only a short drive away.

BOTSWANA MOBILE SAFARI

Experience the sights, sounds and smell of the bush!

CLICK HERE FOR ALL THE INFO

A mobile safari is exactly what it sounds like – a journey through a variety of different wildlife habitats, staying for a few nights in each area. When you move location, the camp moves with you. Each campsite is simply a designated, secluded area of bush with neither facilities nor fences. Before your arrival and after your departure, there is no trace that anyone has stayed there, and the wildlife is free to wander through camp at any time!

it is amazing to watch the camp disintegrate during breakfast, only to reappear in time for sun downers in a completely different location.’ In the evening, watch amber flames lick hungrily at the charred logs of the campfire as the lilting chimes of minuscule reed-frogs and vociferous crickets float through the cool night air. If you listen closely, you might hear a zebra braying in the distance, an elephant’s trumpet of displeasure or even a rasping, saw-like cough resonating from the inky darkness – the unforgettable call of a leopard patrolling its territory.