4 Nights/ 5 day tailor-made safari with Botswana’s luxury safari loges in the Okavango Delta and Chobe National Park.
Rate from : USD4,550.00 per person sharing (excludes flights)
- 2 Nights Eagle Island Camp – Okavango Delta
- 2 Nights Savute Elephant Camp – Chobe National Park
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Extend your stay to six nights at the Orient-Express camps, and receive one free night at the Westcliff Hotel, Johannesburg or Mount Nelson Hotel, Cape Town.
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Day 1 & 2 : Okavango Delta
Flight: Johannesburg – Maun 10h10 – 11h50
Flying time is approximately 20 minutes.
On arrival at the airstrip you will meet and transferred to your camp.
Situated on remote Xaxaba island among a web of waterways and lush vegetation, it overlooks a lagoon that attracts a breathtaking variety of big game and exotic birds. Explore the region by local canoe, set out on a game drive or roam on foot.
2 Nights at Eagle Island Camp (luxury tent) on a full board basis including drinks, house wines, local beer and spirits (excluding imported champagne), morning and afternoon game drives in open 4×4 vehicles, night drives, walking safaris, park fees, laundry and Emergency Medical Evacuation insurance.
Day 3 & 4 : Chobe National Park
After breakfast you will be transferred by light aircraft to Savute Elephant Camp.
Flying time approx 50 minutes.
Listen out for the rumble of elephants at Chobe National Park.
2 Nights at Savute Elephant Camp (luxury canvas tent) on a full board basis including drinks, house wines, local beer and spirits (excluding imported champagne), morning and afternoon game drives in open 4×4 vehicles, park fees, laundry and Emergency Medical Evacuation insurance.
Early morning game drives take you out and among Africa’s largest populations of elephants. Big cats are on the prowl, too—from leopards to lions. Depending on the season you will also experience the great migrations of creatures such as zebra and antelope. Rare sightings might include the endangered wild dog, rock-climbing klipspringers and the elegant roan antelope.
Equally atmospheric and exciting are evening drives, as the shadows lengthen and the sky turns red. Animals and birds emerge from their siesta, and suddenly the bush is alive with sights and sounds.
Day 5 : Depart
Transfer by light aircraft from Savute Elephant Camp airstrip to Maun Airport. Flying time approx 50 minutes.
Flight: Maun – Johannesburg 14h50 – 16h30