CHOBE NATIONAL PARK
This Maun Livingstone camping safari is a budget and semi-participation mobile safari. It will take you through Moremi, Savuti, and Chobe national park. The perfect budget safari to experience the wild side of Botswana national parks. These safaris are cheaper and more budget orientated due to the numbers per safari. It is not always 12 people, but in season time it is common to have 12 individuals joining us on these safaris. It is perfect for single people and travellers with a budget.
The safari is designed to offer you the bare essentials on safari. You can then select a range of on route optional activities that fits your budget and interests.
Departures: Weekly departures.
A maximum number of people: 12.
Semi participation: the client’s erect and fold their own tents but all cooking and cleaning are done by the guide and camp hand.
The size of the crew: 2 – a driver/guide and a camp assistant.
Accommodation: Campsites are private and without facilities. So we put up our own toilet and shower tents – bush style. Tents are dome style with camp mattresses provided, sleeping bags can be hired for the duration of the safari. The perfect wild bush safari in Botswana.
This is a great budget camping safari when interested in exploring the wildlife of Botswana.
|Low Season (January - June & November, December 2017)||High Season ( 1 July - 31 October 2017)|
|Per person Sharing||Euro 1 195||Euro 1 275|
Maun – Moremi Game Reserve.
The Maun to Livingstone Camping safari departs from Maun at 07:30 am on day one so it is advised to spend the pre-departure evening at a lodge or campsite in Maun in order to be in time for the safari to start.
Moremi Game Reserve
We will spend three nights at this campsite going on morning and afternoon game drives while taking a siesta during the heat of the day. Campsites are private and unfenced from the park, elephants, and other animals frequently visit the campsites which can make for some nervous excitement.
Day 5 & 6
Chobe River Front
We make our way to the Chobe Riverfront and camp at another private campsite. Chobe National Park is world famous for the population density of elephant which is unsurpassed anywhere else. It is a sight to behold to see all the herds lining the river front having a drink in the Chobe River.Day 6 is spent on morning and afternoon game drives in Chobe near the river front.
Livingstone – Victoria Falls – Zambia
On day 7 we leave the parks and cross the Zambezi River into Zambia with our final destination being Livingstone. This afternoon there will be time to visit the Victoria Falls and take part in some adrenalin activities.
After breakfast, your safari will come to an end.