This trip in Botswana is a captivating 11-day adventure among the rich wildlife and magnificent landscapes that give the opportunity to explore phenomenal game areas in the Okavango Delta and Chobe National Park, and viewing stunning Victoria Falls.
This exciting safari combining Zambia and Botswana offers to enjoy the spectacular Victoria Falls before plunging yourself in nature into the remote wetlands of Linyanti where your stunning safari experience begins.
The Okavango Delta, a wildlife jewel with a maze of sparkling lagoons and meandering channels as well as vast floodplains.
Your journey starts on the Zambian side of the Zambezi River at the mighty Victoria Falls, one of the world’s greatest and impressive sight natural spectacles.
Victoria Falls is a massive curtain of water that tumbles over steep cliffs, named Mosi-oa-Tunya, ‘the smoke that thunders’ by local people.
Once you’re done exploring the Falls it’s possible to choose from a multitude of activities to add on to your stay, we recommend you spend an afternoon on a sunset boat cruise where you could see some game on the banks or, if you are in search of some adventure, you can try canoeing, rafting or choosing the skies by a spectacular helicopter flight above the chasm.
The Chobe National Park is characterized by the Chobe River, flat floodplains that form a broad sweep of open grassland and woodland, a myriad of pans and waterholes dot the plains.
The Chobe River and its floodplains are one of the best places for a stunning wildlife viewing, congregating there during the dry season in particular vast herds of elephant abound.
Linyanti wetlands is a remote and unspoiled corner of the Chobe National Park, well known for its predators, and the diversity of the habitat, from waterways, marshes, dry riverbeds, mopane to acacia woodlands.
Linyanti area is rich in wildlife, with large herds of elephants, plenty of big cats and plains game including zebras, buffalos and kudus.
Explore this area with expert guides on game drives in the early morning and late afternoon.
A lioness with her adoring cub, Mombo, Botswana
Okavango Delta, the largest inland delta in the world, offers some of the best and exciting game viewing in Africa and the Moremi Game Reserve and specially Chief’s Island is maybe the best place to see the Big 5.
Chief’s Island habitats vary from grassy floodplains, acacia and mopane woodland and forested island of riverine vegetation to permanent swamp edges and dry grasslands.
The bioma supports a large variety of animal species and the game drives in this area are a fabulous experience.
Mokoros, local dugout canoes, are ideal for a rare safari opportunity across marshalands, labyrinth of lily-filled lagoons and streams full of hippos and crocodiles; it is a magical experience with a totally different point of view.
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