5-Days Botswana Safari through the Delta


This safari will provide you the chance to stay at two renowned camps in Botswana and partake in time-honored safari activities. You will spend two nights at Shinde, which is tucked away on a verdant palm island in the northern Okavango Delta, and two nights at Kanana, which is located in the southern Okavango Delta. The two camps provide the ideal setting for experiencing Botswana’s wide variety of animals.

Tour highlights

  • Travel in the Delta
  • Explore Water Safari
  • Homeward Bound

Itinary in details

The safari begins when you are met and check in for your “seat in place” charter to Shinde at the Maun airport. The Okavango delta is where you are right now! Before the opening game activity, transfer to camp and unwind. Spend two nights at Shinde, complete with meals and locally sourced drinks. In addition to wildlife drives and motorboat excursions, Shinde is located on a private concession that also allows for guided hikes, Mokoro excursions, and night drives. The elusive sitatunga antelope and a strong leopard population are just two examples of the broad range of animals that may be found in this mix of habitats. While fishing fans can enjoy fishing for a variety of species, including tilapia and tigerfishes, there are also guided walks available for the more daring.

After breakfast, go to the airport and take a flight to Kanana for the next leg of your safari. All meals, a few local beverages, and the activities for game viewing are all included in your two-night stay at Kanana. As the Okavango Delta’s levels rise and fall at the Kanana Concession, so are the activities Travel in the Delta that are prioritized there. Open safari vehicles are available for wildlife drives, and afternoon game excursions frequently last far into the evening. Alternatively, you can take a Mokoro or motorboat tour of the pristine rivers and take in the area’s incredible diversity of bird, plant, and reptile species. The birding is exceptional, and Kanana is home to one of Southern Africa’s largest seasonal heronries, a highlight that turns all visitors into ardent “twitchers.” It is strongly advised to go on guided wilderness hikes and to go tilapia, African pike, and sharp tooth catfish fishing.

The opportunity to eat one more breakfast before being flown back to Maun for your next plans presents itself on your final morning in the African wonderland of the delta.

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