An unforgettable self-drive 4×4 wilderness camping safari in arguably the very best wildlife area in Africa. We are referring to Botswana’s northern and north-eastern regions which includes the Okavango Delta and the famous Chobe  National Park.

The tour focuses on game and bird viewing in this unique habitat where large herds of elephant, buffalo, wildebeest, giraffe and numerous antelope species  are the order of the day. A visit to the Victoria Falls across the border and a sun-downer boat trip on the Chobe River are included in this bucket-list tour.


Note: Certain small changes may be made due to circumstances beyond our control .

DAY 1.  Meet in Maun, Botswana. Maun is regarded as the gateway to the Okavango Delta, a typical pioneer town that is bursting at it’s seams due to the tourist industry.

DAY 2.  Proceed to the Moremi Game Reserve via South Gate. Here you are sure to see herds of elephant, buffalo, wildebeest, zebra, lechwe and impala among others. Camp at the renowned Third Bridge.

DAY 3.  Continue game-viewing in Moremi as we slowly wind northwards. Camp at Xakanaxe to the accompaniment of snorting hippos.

DAY 4.  Slowly drive to North Gate and exit Moremi. Cross the Mababe Depression and enter the Chobe National Park. Camp at Savuti, renowned for it’s elephant and lions.

DAY 5.  Proceed slowly northwards through the Chobe Natonal Park and Chobe Forest Reserve. Camp at Muchenje.

DAY 6.  Wind our way all along the Chobe River to Kasane. This is an awesome area with a very high density and large variety of wildlife, both in and alongside the river.

Day 7. Pack an overnight bag and board the bus. Cross the border into Zambia and overnight in chalets overlooking the mighty Zambezi River.

DAY 8. Visit the famous Victoria Falls Late afternoon head back across the border to Kasane. Enjoy a sunset cruise on the Chobe River.

DAY 9.  Head southwards through the forest reserves. Camp at Elephant Sands where we watch the elephants at the waterhole whilst having dinner in the restaurant!

Day 10. Our journey comes to an end at Nata. Here you can head west back to Maun or east to Gabarone, capital of Botswana.

Duration of tour :  10 days

Starting point:  Maun, Botswana

End point:  Nata, Botswana

Cost:  $ 1390 pps – SADEC visitors please contact us for local prices.


All camping equipment
Light breakfast and full dinner daily
All camping fees and Park entrance fees
Tour guides and radio communication in each vehicle


4×4 vehicle (Hire of vehicle can be arranged on request)
Alcoholic beverages
Items of a personal nature
Travel Insurance (recommended)