Botswana & Caprivi Dis­cover true African wilder­ness at th­ese iconic des­ti­na­tions: Mak­gadik­gadi Pans, Oka­vango Delta, Tsodilo Hills, Caprivi Strip, Bwab­wata Na­tional Park, Ma­hango Game Re­serve, Vic­to­ria Falls and Chobe Na­tional Park.

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TOUR INFO 2018 DATES 19 – 29 April; 28 June – 8 July; 6 – 16 Au­gust; 15 – 25 Septem­ber How long is the tour? 11 days/10 nights De­par­ture point: Nata, Botswana End point: Kasane, Botswana Ac­com­mo­da­tion: For­mal Rates: R23 950 per adult; sin­gle sup­ple­ment ad­di­tional 30 %.

THE RATE IN­CLUDES A pro­fes­sional tour leader and an ex­pe­ri­enced field guide Three meals a day All park fees All ac­com­mo­da­tion Bed­ding and tow­els Two-way ra­dios WHAT TO BRING A ve­hi­cle – a 4x2 with high ground clear­ance will do (fuel and bor­der fees are for your own ac­count) Drinks and snacks Camp­ing chairs Your pass­port Per­sonal things

THE TOUR IN A NUTSHELL Day 1: We meet at Nata Lodge and en­joy sun­set at the fa­mous Mak­gadik­gadi Pans. Day 2: We ex­plore Maun and sur­rounds, with an op­tional flight over the Oka­vango Delta. Day 3: Near Sepupa, mo­tor­boats will take us to a house­boat on the Oka­vango River, where we’ll spend two nights. Day 4: En­joy a mokoro cruise on the delta, or do some tiger­fish­ing. Day 5: We re­turn to the ve­hi­cles and drive to the rock art at Tsodilo Hills. We then cross the bor­der into Namibia, to Ngepi Camp on the Oka­vango River. Day 6: We visit Ma­hango Game Re­serve, renowned for its 300 bird species and herds of roan and sable an­te­lope. Day 7: Spend time re­lax­ing at the camp, vis­it­ing Bwab­wata Na­tional Park, go­ing on a mokoro cruise, bird­watch­ing or fish­ing… The day ends with a cruise on the Oka­vango. Day 8: We drive the length of the Caprivi Strip to Kasane, where we’ll spend the last three nights. Day 9: We visit Vic Falls, where you have the op­tion of do­ing a bungee jump or a he­li­copter flight. Day 10: We go on a game drive and boat cruise on the Chobe River in Chobe Na­tional Park. Day 11: It’s time to say good­bye.

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