An out of this earth experience, something to be treasured.
At a Glance
|Price||Dates||N°· of nights||N°· of pax||Holiday type||Weather||Price includes|
|From £19,150 per person based on twin share and the time of year||Your choice||12 nights in country and 2 nights of air travel||2 – 4 people||Tailor-made holiday||Temperature range of 12 – 28 C, dependant on the time of year||Flights from UK, internal flights, fully inclusive accommodation, all safaris and meals, transfers, back up and park fees.|
Days 1 - 3
San Camp - magnificent salt pans
San Camp is situated in the Makgadikgadi salt pans overlooking a vast moon-like environment that transforms dramatically at sunset and sunrise, and gives fantastic views of the African sky. The elegant tents are minimalist in style to suit its desert environ but bring charm and comfort. 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.
Accommodation: well-appointed white tents are complete with very comfortable replete beds with soft feather bedding and hot water bottles for the cold nights. Attention to detail ensures that personal touch to your safari experience.
Days 4 - 6
Baines Camp - walk with elephants
Baines Camp is set in a grove of trees, and surrounded by papyrus beds, is built on raised platforms high above the Boro River. This intimate camp is located amidst shady trees in a private concession, overlooking the lagoon. Go on day and night game drives, walking safaris and motorised boat and mokoro excursions. The highlight is participating is joining a semi‐habituated small herd of elephant on their morning walk. A perfect combination of luxury, privacy and nature.
Accommodation: there are six luxurious suites each with en‐suite facilities. An added feature is the fully mobile four‐poster bed, which allows for the fantastic opportunity of sleeping under the stars on the balcony.
Days 7 - 9
Chiefs Camp - fabulous Big 5
This beautiful camp is located on the famous Chief’s Island, one of the many islands created by the seasonal floodwaters of the Okavango. Personal service and an extraordinary setting at its best. The game viewing opportunities at Chief’s Camp are awe-inspiring. You may see the roaming lions that prey on the thousands of antelope, zebra and buffalo who live here all year round and it is the ideal place to spot the Big 5 – perhaps even the rare rhino.
Accommodation: each guest room has generously draped mosquito nets, ceiling fans, their own private deck and outdoor shower. All perfect for absorbing the surrounding plains and majestic African skies.
Days 10 - 12
Selinda Camp - plethora of game
Situated on the banks of the Selinda Spillway, as it enters the Linyanti River, the lodge at the Selinda Reserve 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 elephants, buffalos, hippos and spectacular birdlife. The private 130,000 hectare Selinda Reserve boasts elephants by the thousands. The ideal way to end your safari to Botswana.
Accommodation: en-suite tented rooms raised on decks offer excellent views from the privacy of your own shaded veranda. The rooms are luxurious and feature an open air en-suite bathroom with stone bathtub and antique shower.