Okavango Delta is also known as Africa’s Last Eden. It is a swampy wetland with seasonal wet plains. It gets flooded between March to July every year. Okavango Delta is listed in the UNESCO Heritage List. It is considered as one of the famous wildlife reserves in Africa where you can find rare birds and animals. It is the home of many scarce species of animals like cheetah, rhinos, African Wild dog and many more.
You will be picked up at your Lodge by a professional guide who will brief you about your Safari tour. Transfer from the airport or Lodge to the boat station in a land cruiser game view vehicle where your boat will be readily available for you to leave for the Okavango Delta. Your guide will accompany you in this joyful cruise through the rivers to get to your Campsite in the Chief’s island. . Elephants and other animals might cross your way already from Maun to the Delta. Arrival to the Delta your Camp will be set. Depending on time of arrival (Evening activity in the Delta) and delicious freshly cooked dinner will be served under the African sky full of stars and great breezes of the water.
Wake up call in the early morning, warm water and breakfast ready for you. With the guide and poolers you will head out for a guided nature walk which starts with a mokoro excursion. Explore sceneries as the sun rise in the wilderness, Kudu, Impala and Wildebeest will be seen as they are common in the Okavango Delta. Animal tracks and birdlife can also be seen. While returning back to the camp in the afternoon on the mokoro again, you may see elephants’ drinking water and swimming, and other animals. Arrival to the camp, brunch will be served and you will have a good rest and then head out to afternoon activity which will be a mokoro excursion to the cultural village known as Xaxaba to meet the locals and observe basket weaving. During the excursion you may see Elephants, reptiles and birdlife like Hammer Kop. Depending on the water level, there is a possibility to enjoy a swim/bath in the delta water at a safe place without crocodiles and hippos.
Rise and shine on the last day of your Okavango Experience, breakfast is served and then head back to Maun. Explore sceneries as the sun rise in the wilderness, Kudu, Impala and Wildebeest will be seen as they are common in the Okavango Delta. Animals and birdlife will be crossing your path on your way back to Maun, packed lunch will be provided. Arrival to Maun the guide will take you to your Lodge. The tour Ends.