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Diverse Safari Activities in Botswana

 
On Botswana’s vast private reserves, you have the freedom to enjoy a wide variety of safari activities. Talk to us at an early stage about the kinds of activities you might enjoy so that we can plan these into your itinerary.
Game drive near wild dog pack at water's edge

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Male lion in headlights on night game drive

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Game Drives

Botswana’s Okavango Delta is an environment as varied as it is beautiful. There's ample ways to explore, but a classics is the tried and true safari vehicle, taking you overland to see the landscape in all it's diverse glory. Be sure to join your guide on an evening drive; the creatures seen on a night-time game drive aren’t the same as those spotted in daylight.

These specially equipped jeeps are all open, giving you the best view and freedom to capture the best photographic opportunities. These give you the most convenient means of covering ground to see the largest numbers of animals.
Horseback safari through Okavango Delta

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Horseback safari near huge zebra migratory herd in the Kalahari Desert

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Horseback Safaris

The pioneers of exploration and safari in Africa travelled on foot and by horse. Even amateur riders can follow in their hoof prints and thrill of a safari in the saddle is second to none. On horseback you can approach the game with confidence and cross the shallow streams, appreciating the beauty of the landscapes from on high.

The opportunity to gallop through the Okavango from Macatoo Camp is suited for all abilities. For serious riders, PJ and Barney Bestelinks amazing Okavango Horseback Safaris is second to none.

South of the Delta, set off on a three day Hidalgo-esque horseback safari across the Kalahari. Fill your days kicking up clouds of dust as you gallop alongside ostrich towards a fiery sunset. If you're there between January and April, you may even encounter the migration of over 50,000 zebra and wildebeest, drawn to the fresh grasses brought on by the summer rains.
Helicopter over the Okavango Delta

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Aerial view of red lechwe in Botswana

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Private Bar of Geoffrey Kent Suite at Chief's Camp

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Helicopter Safaris

Imagine soaring, eagle-eyed over the expansive oasis of the Okavango Delta and spotting leaping lechwe, sleepy hippo pods and ever-roaming elephant herds from above. This dream has become reality by helicopter - discover this maze of waterways from an unforgettable aerial perspective. Photographers and intrepid adventurers can even choose to have the doors removed for unrestricted views.

Take to the skies from Chief's Camp, situated on the wildlife-rich Chief's Island, where the epitome of safari chic is the unparalleled Geoffrey Kent Suite.
Safari guests being punted in mokoro canoe

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Woman on mokoro safari watching elephant nearby

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Mokoro Canoe Safaris

The watery paradise of the Okavango can be explored by boat and mokoro canoe. These mokoros, traditionally made from hollowed tree trunks are used by the local people to travel for miles around the delta’s winding waterways. Being punted silently between the reeds of an Okavango channel at sunset, surrounded by beauty is one of Africa’s iconic experiences — supremely relaxing.

A mokoro ride is often combined with a short walk on an island where your expert guide will use their bush craft to point out the fascinating flora, fauna and animal tracks.
Family quad biking at sunset in Makgadikgadi

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Family and quad biking guide under stars in Makgadikgadi

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Quad Biking in Makgadikgadi

If you want something a little nippier and to be in control, a quad bike safari through the Makgadikgadi Pans and Kalahari Desert is the ultimate adrenaline kick. Fat, red baobab trees dot the landscape, which though dry is far from barren; it's one of the most important breeding grounds for flamingos in Africa. You can work your way from camp to camp or sleep out beneath the stars. Your small, guide-led convoy is hugely flexible, so you can dictate the pace of travel and follow wildlife.
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