Safari vehicles 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 the ground seeing the largest numbers of animals. Other means of safari “transport” include horses from Macatoo Camp, or for serious riders, PJ and Barney Bestelinks amazing Okavango Horseback 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.