Visit The Remote Areas Of Botswana With A 7-Day Luxury Tour
Botswana is best known for its luxury safari camps and exceptionally comfortable lodges. Tourists can enjoy fishing, bird-watching, game-viewing, especially Sitatunga, game drives, and beautiful nature walks to the plains. They can also enjoy game viewing, especially in the dry season when the wildlife frequently visits the river banks. Suppose you are soon planning to experience safari life in Botswana. In that case, this 7-day luxury tour will prove to be your guiding path.
Our private tours typically range from $500 - $1000 per person/per night depending on chosen hotels and room categories, vehicles used, types of tours, flight cost, time of year and other factors. Make an inquiry for a customized trip quote.
Meet your private guide at Maun airport, who will transfer you to your hotel. Set off with your guide on an introductory tour of the Moremi Game Reserve. Enjoying a game drive in the Okavango Delta, which is known as one of the best National Parks in Botswana. Drive back to the mobile safari camps before sunset, as you may not be able to view the wildlife around the bushes of the national park during the dark.
Day 2: Exploring Moremi Game Reserve
Continue your exploration of the Moremi Game Reserve with game-viewing of wildlife animals, including elephants, hippos, buffaloes, cheetahs, rhinoceros, and many more. It is home to over 500 birds and animal species that grab every visitor's attention. Game-viewing is best experienced in the morning when these wildlife animals come to the river bank. A day is enough to capture the scenery of areas and show off your wildlife photography skills. Before the sun sets, it is advisable to return to your mobile camps and rest after having your meal.
Day 3: Venturing to the Okavango Delta
Begin your third day by exploring the Okavango Delta, the most stunning water site in Africa. Move early in the morning to enjoy seeing the Delta wildlife animals, which includes Lechwe antelopes, crocodiles, Hippos, and Sitatungas, while on mokoro trips. While on a mokoro trip, do not forget to take a fishing rod to enjoy fishing at the Delta.
Gliding through the waterway across the Xugana Lagoon is a perfect way to experience fun, adventure, and peace on Botswana Safari Tours. At the same time, sunset offers lifetime memories with its beautiful colors and mesmerizing scenario. Drive back to your mobile camps when the sun sleeps into the lap of the mountains.
Day 4: Discovering the Savute Channel
Kickstart your day with a healthy breakfast. Once you are done with your morning meal and drinks, get on a safari to the Savute Channel, famous for elephant concentration. The Savute Channel is also renowned as the predator paradise. Spend a day enjoying game-viewing, game drives, and walking safaris around the area, and drive back to your camp in the evening.
Day 5: Strolling in Chobe National Park
Set off for the Chobe National Park in the morning to capture some wild moments of the wildlife animals in your camera after having your morning meal. The Chobe River flows along with the Chobe National Park. This river has an interesting story of changing its name according to the places it passes. Apart from the river, this National park is home to gigantic elephants, which is why it is known as "The Land of the Giants."
Day 6: Heading to Victoria Falls
Enjoy an early breakfast before your guide drives you in a private vehicle to Victoria Falls, one of the world's seven wonders. Be mesmerized by the views of "Smoke that Thunders," where you can experience fishing the tigerfish, helicopter safari, bungee jumping, and white-water rafting. Following that, relish a delicious dinner at a premium restaurant before retiring to your resort for the night.
Day 7: Departure
Today, your private guide will transfer you to the airport for your international departure.