The fully equipped mobile safari departs from Maun and brings you to some of the most sought-after wilderness locations in the world, including Moremi Game Reserve, Savuti, and the Chobe River in Chobe National Park. Alternately, you can select the Livingstone Plus, which combines the best of both worlds by offering you both the complete Livingstone Classic Safari package and an additional day trip to the opposite side of the border to see Victoria Falls. While you unwind and take in the scenery of the woods, our team will handle all camp chores.
The Khwai Concession is a section in the Okavango Delta’s northeast. It is widely known for providing exceptional opportunities to see wild dogs and leopards. Always present are elephant, buffalo, hippo, crocodile, giraffe, zebra, and hyena. Embark on this thrilling journey with us as we set up camp in Khwai, where elephants roam the campgrounds and large herds of game drink from the river. In order to gets a glimpse of the nocturnal predators emerging from the shadows in search of their next meal, your game drives will be done early in the morning as the sun rises and late in the afternoon as the sun sets. Camping will take place in specifically prepared Khwai campsites in meru tents with verandas, beds, and folding mattresses, as well as attached facilities with hot showers. The restroom contains a basin, shower, and portable toilet that can be flushed. You can use the toilet, which is securely fastened to the tent.
You will travel for around 6 hours from camp to Chobe National Park through Savuti, which is known for its spectacular and diverse scenery. Particularly the Savuti marsh boasts some of the highest wildlife populations in Africa all year long. Savuti, which is situated in the heart of the park, is home to all but the water-loving antelope of Chobe. Predators, especially lion, cheetah, and hyena, which have sizable resident populations, are what it is most known for. The Mababe Depression’s Savute Marsh is its deepest section and the only area that has recently refilled with water. The Savuti waterway has an interesting history of flooding and drying up independently of strong rainy seasons and flood levels elsewhere, which has long perplexed geologists. You will go through the drier part of Savuti, where bull elephants may be seen all over the plains, while you continue your search for wildlife. You will experience a once-in-a-lifetime drive with your guide.
The concluding stage of the tour will travel along the Chobe River to the Chobe National Park, where your wildlife drives will meander across the river’s banks. Large herds of buffalo, elephant, zebra, and other herbivores are drawn to the water in the Chobe River floodplain, making it an excellent place to see wildlife. Predators are probably nearby due to the abundance of available prey. The sun sets in this area are always breathtaking and provide fantastic photo opportunity. It will take you about 5 hours to complete your journey. This journey is named in honor of David Livingstone, who, along with his 114 porters, left the Linyanti/Chobe in November 1855 in search of the Victoria Falls, Mosi-oa-Tunya, and the Great Falls east of Sesheke. These incredible tales and many others will be told to you by your guide.
Your safari’s final journey comes to a close at Kasane, where you’ll enjoy a cruise along the Chobe River. You may get a closer look at the birds and aquatic species that are difficult to approach on a safari thanks to this expertise. Dav safaris safaris may organise a tour to Victoria Falls or Livingstone upon request, with the latter being strongly advised. You can board a flight out of Kasane to travel to your next location.
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