4-Days Botswana Makgadikgadi Zebra Migration Safari


Come to Botswana to take part in a recently discovered migration, during which plains zebras cover about 1000 kilometers annually. Because so much of the country it passes through is absolutely inaccessible, this migration has only lately been found. Additionally, no one ever imagined that zebras would go such a distance! On our camping safari, you will get the chance to see this for yourself. The Makgadikgadi Pans, the world’s largest salt pans, are located in northeastern Botswana in the heart of a dry savanna. They occupy an area of about 12 000 square kilometers. The park’s nutrient-rich grasslands draw thousands of creatures. It is one of the distinctive African views that is now a well-known tourist destination in Botswana. The Makgadikgadi pans, remnants of an old lake, are now a component of Southern Africa’s biggest remaining migration corridor.

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After being picked up from the airport or hotel, you will travel to Nxai Pan National Park and have lunch. A territory of 2100 km2 is covered by the Nxai Pan, which also contains a few larger pans where former salt lakes formerly stood. The smaller pans that fill with water during the rainy season are dotted around the larger pans, which are currently covered in grass and surrounded by islands of acacia trees. These waterholes have some of the most beautiful sunsets, with animals silhouetted against the setting sun. After dusk, you’ll return to your tent and eat dinner by the fire.

Get out of bed and have breakfast. In the following days, you will have morning and evening game drives to explore Nxai Pain and the mopane forest. Lions, giraffes, kudus, impalas, springboks, jackals, bat-eared foxes, ostriches, korhaans, goshawks, and amazing honey bee eaters will all be on your search list. Spend some time exploring the Baines Baobabs, magnificent trees that date back hundreds of years. Today, your guide will make sure to watch out for any signs of the migration.

Get up early, eat breakfast, and then enter the wilderness to observe Botswana’s largest zebra migration. You’ll stop for lunch en route. After seeing the migration, you’ll have a drive throughout the park at dusk. When you get back to camp, you’ll take a shower, eat dinner, and then relax.

Before gathering your belongings and leaving the park for Maun, get up and have breakfast. You will have lunch at Cosen restaurant when you arrive, after which you will bid us farewell. After that, we’ll drop you off in Maun at your ultimate destination.

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