• Transport: 4WD safari vehicles; light aircraft; boat

  • Days: 11

  • Guests: 12

  • Availability: Nov 21 – Oct 22

  • Languages: English

  • Class: Classic

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Experience the mysterious Makgadikgadi Salt Pans, meander the channels of the Okavango Delta by mokoro and enjoy a romantic dinner overlooking the mighty Zambezi River.

  • Quad biking on the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans
  • Mokoro trail in the Okavango Delta
  • San Bushman cultural experience
  • Guided tour of the Zambian side of
  • Victoria Falls

Day 1-2
Upon arrival at Maun Airport, guests will be met and transferred by light aircraft (scheduled service) to San Camp.

San Camp is located on the vast moon-like environment of the salt pans, which transforms dramatically at sunset and sunrise and gives fantastic views of the African sky. Only 12 guests are accommodated at this intimate camp ensuring attention to detail and a personal touch to their safari experience.

The 6 well-appointed white tents are complete with very comfortable replete beds with soft feather bedding and hot water bottles for the cold nights. The mess tent main area houses a small natural history museum, library and a tented yoga pavilion.

For activities, guests can go quad biking across the pans, get up close and personal with the meerkats or get to learn the San way of life on an interactive tour with the local bushman. Game drives and game walks are also offered.
Overnight at San Camp – Breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Day 3-5
After breakfast guests depart via scheduled transfer by light aircraft to Tuludi Camp, located in the Khwai Private Reserve of the Okavango Delta.

The Okavango Delta is a world heritage site and the largest inland Delta in the world. It is known for it’s spectacular scenery and impressive wildlife. Annually the Okavango Delta floodwaters fill from the Angolan highlands between the months of May and August, although many areas of the Delta host permanent water all year around. When the water levels gradually recede, water remains in major channels and river beds, in waterholes and in a number of larger lagoons, which then attract increasing numbers of animals

Located in the 200,000 hectare Khwai Private Reserve, game viewing is varied and impressive at Tuludi. The beautiful lodge consists of 7 spacious tented rooms that blend seamlessly with the natural setting. Each room has a comfortable bed, luxurious en suite bathroom and a private deck with plunge pool, overlooking the vast floodplains. The raised main area includes communal and private dining options, a beautiful bar, firepit, large swimming and a curio shop. Between activities, perhaps spend some time in the elevated treehouse library,

Activities primarily focus on game drives and walking safaris, where the ability to off-road allows the guests to get up close to a diversity of wildlife, however boating and mokoro safaris are also available depending on water levels.
Overnight at Tuludi Camp – Breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Day 6-8
This morning guests will depart via scheduled light aircraft to Selinda Camp, situated on the banks of the Selinda Spillway.

This lodge offers guests an authentic bush camp experience with contemporary luxuries. The Selinda Reserve is a high density wildlife area that attracts prides of lion, wild dog, and herds of elephant, buffalo, hippo and spectacular birdlife. The lodge’s lounge and main areas offer vast views of the floodplains and savannah.

Additional facilities include a large dining room with wine cellar, gallery, social fire pit area and viewing hide. Each of the lodges 9 en-suite tented rooms are raised on decks offering guests excellent views from the privacy of their own shaded veranda. The rooms are luxurious and a special feature is the open air en-suite bathroom with stone bathtub, antique shower and double vanity.

Activities offered include game drives, night drives, nature walks and boat cruises.
Overnight at Selinda Camp – Breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Day 9-10
This morning guests will depart via scheduled light aircraft to Kasane, followed by a cross border road and ferry transfer to Livingstone.

Tongabezi is a luxury, exclusive lodge near the Victoria Falls, Zambia, hidden away on the banks of the Zambezi River. Privately owned and run, Tongabezi combines romance and exclusivity with warmth and an attentive service. Each house and cottage has its own valet who takes care of guests throughout their stay and acts as a private concierge.

The rooms are beautifully styled with furniture and embellishments from all over Africa. Guests can dine beside the river or on their private terrace by candlelight and under the African stars.

Guests can do as much or as little as they wish, with game drives, bush walks and boating trips all included in the price. The majestic Victoria Falls can be viewed on foot in the national park, from inside the gorge, from Livingstone Island and from the air.
Overnight at Tongabezi Lodge – Breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Day 11
After breakfast, guests are taken by scheduled road transfer to Livingstone Airport in time for any onward travel arrangements.


Accommodation: As per itinerary
Meals: 10 breakfasts, 9 lunches, 10 dinners
Meet and greet: Maun International Airport
Drinks: Selected local brand drinks
Transfers: Scheduled air, road and boat transfers
Activities: Game drives, Water-based activities, Nature walks, Bird watching, Fishing, Victoria Falls guided tour


International and regional scheduled flights and visas
Travel, medical and personal accident insurance
Gratuities and items of personal nature
Entrance Fees to Victoria Falls (US$20pp)
Park Fees at Tongabezi (US$10 pp)
Excursions not detailed in the itinerary
Private charters/transfers or specialised guides
Premium brand drinks

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