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Tour ID:121407
Ages:6 - 99
People on trip:4
Arrival:Maun Airport (MUB)
Dates are flexible
Prices are Per Person

Seasonal Information

1st Jan - 31st Mar
Low Season
1st Apr - 30th Jun
Shoulder Season
1st Jul - 31st Oct
Peak Season
1st Nov - 30th Nov
Shoulder Season
1st Dec - 31st Dec
Low Season

Botswana is a land of contrasting natural wonders. This safari explores the highlights of the Makgadikgadi National Park, home to Africa’s second largest zebra migration, as well as the Okavango Delta which is a world heritage site. Diverse scenery and game viewing on this tour will marvel even the seasoned safari explorer.

Example Itinerary

(B) Breakfast, (L) Lunch, (D) Dinner

Upon arrival at Maun Airport, guests will be met and transferred by scenic light aircraft to their first accommodation which lies on the border of the Makgadikgadi National Park. This area of Botswana is one of the country’s greatest kept secrets as it plays host to the second largest zebra migration in the whole of Africa (after the Serengeti). Zebra migrate from the mineral rich salt pans to the Boteti River in dry season (May – October) and can be seen in their thousands coming down the river bank to drink.

In addition to exciting game drives, depending on water levels guests may also have the chance to view the wildlife from a boat cruise on the Boteti River.

On Offer at Leroo La Tau

Game Drives

Set off on an exciting game drive along the Boteti River and marvel at the massive herds of zebra within the Makgadikgadi Pans National Park. Drive up close to giant grey elephants and stocky wildebeest, and watch them behave in their natural habitat from the safety of the safari vehicle. The Leroo La Tau’s experienced guides will teach you about the extraordinary creatures that live beside the Boteti River, as well as showing you the perfect spots for viewing game.

On Offer at Meno a Kwena Tented Camp

Bushmen Walking Experience

Meno a Kwena is visited by small families of Bushman from the Ju! Hoansi clan village of Xai Xai, which lies on the Botswana/Namibia border of the Kalahari Desert. These families share information about their heritage as one of the last great nomadic tribes with guests staying at the camp, and are able to impart their knowledge of hunting and gathering and surviving in the bush. Having coexisted with wildlife for millennia, the Bushman families will take guests on an insightful journey as you walk together through the wilderness.

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