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Botswana's Deserts & Deltas

 

Botswana's Deserts & Deltas

7 days from $4,195 - Land Only
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This long time favorite combines three special game viewing areas into one memorable safari. Start in the Makgadikgadi Pans, where the winter months bring life and the sight of the secont largest zebra migration in the world. Moremi Game Reserve was one of the first reserves set aside in Botswana and it brims with amazing wildlife. Its extraordinary numbers of plains game ensures very active predator activity, which makes for very exciting game viewing! And the Savute Channel, which filled with water in 2008, is striking for its rich variety of plains game.

Stay in luxury lodges and fly between camps by light aircraft. All meals and game viewing are included. Botswana is stunning year round - and this is an amazing look at the incomparable deserts and deltas.

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Day 1  Arrive Maun-Makgadikgadi Pans National Park (Leroo La Tau) | Meals: D
The magic begins almost as soon as you land in Maun and are assisted to your light aircraft transfer to Leroo La Tau set in Makgadikgadi Pans National Park, which stretches from the banks of the Boteti River. As winter descends on North America, the Makgadikgadi Pans come to life. Settle into your luxury lodge, Leroo La Tau, before embarking on an afternoon game viewing adventure.

Leroo La Tau sets on the western bank of the Boteti River and has twelve luxurious thatched and glass-fronted suites, each on a raised wooden platform. During the day, relax around the pool or enjoy the views from the game-viewing hide built ino the bank of the river.

Leroo La Tau

Leroo La Tau is situated on the western bank of the Boteti River, northwest of Khumaga Village and about 140 kilometres southeast of Maun. The eastern bank of the Boteti forms the boundary of the Makgadikgadi Pans National Park, which stretches away from the riverbank towards its interior of scrubland and mineral-rich grasslands.

THE LODGE & ACCOMMODATION The lodge features twelve luxurious thatched and glass-fronted suites with en-suite bathrooms, each unit raised on a wooden platform. The main lounge and dining area, with its inviting wooden and thatch finish, allows you to relax at the bar while listening to the wide variety of night sounds so characteristic of the African bush. Alternatively you can lounge around the swimming pool or enjoy the panoramic river vista from the game-viewing hide built into the bank of the river.

The lodge offers guided day and night game drives. Depending on the water level, boat activities are also provided. Optional cultural excursions can be arranged to Khumaga Village, as can guided nature walks in the area surrounding the lodge.

Leroo La Tau translates as ‘lion’s paw’ but, although the surrounding area features abundant Lion, Zebra and Wildebeest, it also boasts Chobe Bushbuck, Leopard, Cheetah, Brown and Spotted Hyena, Impala, Kudu, Jackal, Porcupine, Genet and Caracal, to name but a few.

Please note: Owing to their remote location within the Makgadikgadi Pans National Park, the Makgadikgadi Pans themselves are not visited on daily scheduled activities from Leroo La Tau.

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Day 2  Leroo La Tau | Meals: BLD
Makgadikgadi Pans is home to the second largest zebra migration in the world, where over 25,000 zebra migrate to the Boteti River in the dry winter months. The Boteti River is the main outflow of the Okavango Delta, collecting the water that flows past Maun, and continuing south-eastwards more than 250 kms ending at Lake Xau on the extreme south-western edge of the great Makgadikgadi salt pans. The Makgadikgadi is a harsh environment but during the wet season, the desert area teems with wildlife as these huge herds of zebra and wildebeest graze on the green grass plains. There is a huge influx of migratory birds while resident birds show off their breeding plumage.

Leroo La Tau

Leroo La Tau is situated on the western bank of the Boteti River, northwest of Khumaga Village and about 140 kilometres southeast of Maun. The eastern bank of the Boteti forms the boundary of the Makgadikgadi Pans National Park, which stretches away from the riverbank towards its interior of scrubland and mineral-rich grasslands.

THE LODGE & ACCOMMODATION The lodge features twelve luxurious thatched and glass-fronted suites with en-suite bathrooms, each unit raised on a wooden platform. The main lounge and dining area, with its inviting wooden and thatch finish, allows you to relax at the bar while listening to the wide variety of night sounds so characteristic of the African bush. Alternatively you can lounge around the swimming pool or enjoy the panoramic river vista from the game-viewing hide built into the bank of the river.

The lodge offers guided day and night game drives. Depending on the water level, boat activities are also provided. Optional cultural excursions can be arranged to Khumaga Village, as can guided nature walks in the area surrounding the lodge.

Leroo La Tau translates as ‘lion’s paw’ but, although the surrounding area features abundant Lion, Zebra and Wildebeest, it also boasts Chobe Bushbuck, Leopard, Cheetah, Brown and Spotted Hyena, Impala, Kudu, Jackal, Porcupine, Genet and Caracal, to name but a few.

Please note: Owing to their remote location within the Makgadikgadi Pans National Park, the Makgadikgadi Pans themselves are not visited on daily scheduled activities from Leroo La Tau.

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Day 3  Xakanaxa | Meals: BLD
Today, a light aircraft flight provides stunning views as you fly to the Moremi Game Reserve and Camp Xakanaxa. The Moremi is in the eastern part of the Okavango Delta, where you will find a diverse array of wildlife. Moremi was actually the first wildlife sanctuary set aside by a Southern African community on their own land when the wife of Chief Moremi decided to protect a third of the Okavango Delta and declared the Moremi Game Reserve in honor of her husband. Camp Xakanaxa is on the banks of the Khwai River, one of the few camps that can offer both land and water game viewing year-round. The camp features twelve spacious meru-style luxury safari tents, all ensuite set with a private deck set round the fringe of the lagoon.

Enjoy an afternoon game viewing activity.

Camp Xakanaxa

The prime location of Camp Xakanaxa (pronounced Ka-ka-na-ka) on the banks of the Khwai River on the Xakanaxa Lagoon, in the heart of the Moremi Game Reserve, makes it one of the very few safari camps that offers guests an authentic, year-round Okavango Delta land and water safari experience.

ACCOMMODATION The camp accommodates twenty-four guests in twelve spacious all-canvas, classic Meru-style luxury safari tents, with en suite showers, hand basins and toilet facilities. Situated around the fringe of the lagoon, every tent has a private viewing deck with comfortable loungers. Camp Xakanaxa is one of the few camps in Botswana which still offers the essence of a classic tented camp.

THE CAMP In camp, a relaxed and friendly atmosphere together with personalized and caring service evokes a feeling of coming home.

The stylish main buildings extend over the Khwai River and are set on raised platforms to maximize the views over the surrounding lagoons and islands. The elegant lounge and dining rooms, built of local timber, reed and thatch, feature a small library, expansive sundeck, plunge pool and sala with day bed. The fire-deck extends over the Khwai River and creates an enchanting environment in which to relax after dinner. There is also a larger pool with elevated sun deck in the expansive grounds.

×

Day 4  Xakanaxa | Meals: BLD
Game viewing in the Moremi is always exciting. Leopard and cheetah are seen regularly and the sheer number of impala is amazing. You may spot the rare Situtunga and Lechwe antelope who live in the papyrus banks of the waterways. Packs of wild dogs hunt on the grasslands and birdlife is prolific. More than 400 species of birds make their home in the reserve, including the African Fish Eagle and the Sacred Ibis.

Camp Xakanaxa

The prime location of Camp Xakanaxa (pronounced Ka-ka-na-ka) on the banks of the Khwai River on the Xakanaxa Lagoon, in the heart of the Moremi Game Reserve, makes it one of the very few safari camps that offers guests an authentic, year-round Okavango Delta land and water safari experience.

ACCOMMODATION The camp accommodates twenty-four guests in twelve spacious all-canvas, classic Meru-style luxury safari tents, with en suite showers, hand basins and toilet facilities. Situated around the fringe of the lagoon, every tent has a private viewing deck with comfortable loungers. Camp Xakanaxa is one of the few camps in Botswana which still offers the essence of a classic tented camp.

THE CAMP In camp, a relaxed and friendly atmosphere together with personalized and caring service evokes a feeling of coming home.

The stylish main buildings extend over the Khwai River and are set on raised platforms to maximize the views over the surrounding lagoons and islands. The elegant lounge and dining rooms, built of local timber, reed and thatch, feature a small library, expansive sundeck, plunge pool and sala with day bed. The fire-deck extends over the Khwai River and creates an enchanting environment in which to relax after dinner. There is also a larger pool with elevated sun deck in the expansive grounds.

×

Day 5  Savute | Meals: BLD
A light aircraft flight takes you into the Savute and Savute Safari Lodge. Dry for years, the Savute Channel filled with water in 2008, creating a deep, clear waterway filled with hippo and other aquatic life. No one knows how long the water will remain in the Channel – it could be hundreds of year or just a decade. But for now, the game viewing here is amazing, as all variety of plains game and predators have adjusted to this new source of water.

Savute Safari Lodge has just twelve thatched chalets built of local timber, each of which features an expansive deck and a combined bedroom and lounge. Relax in one of the lounge’s comfy sofas or sip a cocktail in the stylish bar. The large viewing deck and swimming pool are great places for game viewing – you might even see one of the resident elephants saunter past for a cool drink in the channel.

Savute Safari Lodge

Stretching from the Linyanti River all the way to Savute Marsh, the winding waterways of the Savute Channel have pumped life into the western section of Chobe National Park for many thousands of generations. However, this fickle and unpredictable channel, which has a fascinating history of flooding and drying up, independently of good rainy seasons and flood levels elsewhere, has mystified local inhabitants, geologists and others for many years.

To ensure a private and relaxing environment, Savute Safari Lodge accommodates just twenty-four guests in twelve thatched chalets built of local timber. The chalets, which have been elegantly furnished in calm neutral tones to blend with the natural environment, feature expansive private decks, a combined bedroom and lounge area and en suite facilities.

Sink into one of the numerous comfortable leather, wood or wicker sofas in the lounge – and library – or sip a cocktail in the stylish bar. All these facilities are situated in a beautiful two-story thatch-and-timber main building. Savute Safari Lodge offers a shaded viewing deck, an al fresco dining area and swimming pool with spectacular pool loungers – ideal for watching the varied wildlife – including the resident Elephants – as they make their way to the Channel to drink, bathe and play.

×

Day 6  Savute | Meals: BLD
Activities at Savute are centered on land game viewing, which try to incorporate the Savute Marsh to give you a glimpse of the Savute Channel. You might also visit the ancient San rock paintings at Gubatsa Hills. A highlight is the second largest summer Zebra migration in Africa which usually occurs here between November and December and then again in February. Where this number of plains game are found, predators are never far behind, enhancing the excitement of the game viewing here.

Savute Safari Lodge

Stretching from the Linyanti River all the way to Savute Marsh, the winding waterways of the Savute Channel have pumped life into the western section of Chobe National Park for many thousands of generations. However, this fickle and unpredictable channel, which has a fascinating history of flooding and drying up, independently of good rainy seasons and flood levels elsewhere, has mystified local inhabitants, geologists and others for many years.

To ensure a private and relaxing environment, Savute Safari Lodge accommodates just twenty-four guests in twelve thatched chalets built of local timber. The chalets, which have been elegantly furnished in calm neutral tones to blend with the natural environment, feature expansive private decks, a combined bedroom and lounge area and en suite facilities.

Sink into one of the numerous comfortable leather, wood or wicker sofas in the lounge – and library – or sip a cocktail in the stylish bar. All these facilities are situated in a beautiful two-story thatch-and-timber main building. Savute Safari Lodge offers a shaded viewing deck, an al fresco dining area and swimming pool with spectacular pool loungers – ideal for watching the varied wildlife – including the resident Elephants – as they make their way to the Channel to drink, bathe and play.

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Day 7  Maun-Depart | Meals: B
Reflect on your memories as your light aircraft takes you to Maun, where you begin your journey home.

Land Only Per Person Prices in US Dollars
Departs Daily On Request
  Per Person Sharing a Twin Bedded Room Per Person in a Single Bedded Room
01 APR 18 - 30 JUN 18$5,095$5,095
01 JUL 18 - 31 OCT 18$6,595$8,595
01 NOV 18 - 30 NOV 18$5,095$5,095
01 DEC 18 - 31 MAR 19$4,195$4,195
01 APR 19 - 30 JUN 19$4,995$4,995
01 JUL 19 - 31 OCT 19$6,595$8,595
01 NOV 19 - 30 NOV 19$4,195$4,195
Note: All prices are based on a minimum of 2 persons traveling together. The first two singles in a party pay no single supplement.
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Connoisseur

Visiting

  • Makgadikgadi Pans
  • Okavango Delta
  • Savute

This Tour Includes

  • Luxury lodges and camps with private facilities
  • Full breakfast, 5 lunches and 6 dinners
  • Light aircraft flights Maun-Leroo La Tau-Xakanaxa-Savute
  • Full game viewing with experienced Rangers in camp 4x4 vehicles, mokoro or by foot
  • All park entry fees, hotel taxes and service charges
  • UTG's Take Me with You Kit and personalize itinerary
  • UTG's Safari Delay Protection Plan
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This long time favorite combines three special game viewing areas into one memorable safari. Start in the Makgadikgadi Pans, where the winter months bring life and the sight of the secont largest zebra migration in the world. Moremi Game Reserve was one of the first reserves set aside in Botswana and it brims with amazing wildlife. Its extraordinary numbers of plains game ensures very active predator activity, which makes for very exciting game viewing! And the Savute Channel, which filled with water in 2008, is striking for its rich variety of plains game.

Stay in luxury lodges and fly between camps by light aircraft. All meals and game viewing are included. Botswana is stunning year round - and this is an amazing look at the incomparable deserts and deltas.

Connoisseur

Visiting

  • Makgadikgadi Pans
  • Okavango Delta
  • Savute

This Tour Includes

  • Luxury lodges and camps with private facilities
  • Full breakfast, 5 lunches and 6 dinners
  • Light aircraft flights Maun-Leroo La Tau-Xakanaxa-Savute
  • Full game viewing with experienced Rangers in camp 4x4 vehicles, mokoro or by foot
  • All park entry fees, hotel taxes and service charges
  • UTG's Take Me with You Kit and personalize itinerary
  • UTG's Safari Delay Protection Plan
Day 1  Arrive Maun-Makgadikgadi Pans National Park (Leroo La Tau) | Meals: D
The magic begins almost as soon as you land in Maun and are assisted to your light aircraft transfer to Leroo La Tau set in Makgadikgadi Pans National Park, which stretches from the banks of the Boteti River. As winter descends on North America, the Makgadikgadi Pans come to life. Settle into your luxury lodge, Leroo La Tau, before embarking on an afternoon game viewing adventure.

Leroo La Tau sets on the western bank of the Boteti River and has twelve luxurious thatched and glass-fronted suites, each on a raised wooden platform. During the day, relax around the pool or enjoy the views from the game-viewing hide built ino the bank of the river.
Leroo La Tau

Leroo La Tau

Leroo La Tau is situated on the western bank of the Boteti River, northwest of Khumaga Village and about 140 kilometres southeast of Maun. The eastern bank of the Boteti forms the boundary of the Makgadikgadi Pans National Park, which stretches away from the riverbank towards its interior of scrubland and mineral-rich grasslands.

THE LODGE & ACCOMMODATION The lodge features twelve luxurious thatched and glass-fronted suites with en-suite bathrooms, each unit raised on a wooden platform. The main lounge and dining area, with its inviting wooden and thatch finish, allows you to relax at the bar while listening to the wide variety of night sounds so characteristic of the African bush. Alternatively you can lounge around the swimming pool or enjoy the panoramic river vista from the game-viewing hide built into the bank of the river.

The lodge offers guided day and night game drives. Depending on the water level, boat activities are also provided. Optional cultural excursions can be arranged to Khumaga Village, as can guided nature walks in the area surrounding the lodge.

Leroo La Tau translates as ‘lion’s paw’ but, although the surrounding area features abundant Lion, Zebra and Wildebeest, it also boasts Chobe Bushbuck, Leopard, Cheetah, Brown and Spotted Hyena, Impala, Kudu, Jackal, Porcupine, Genet and Caracal, to name but a few.

Please note: Owing to their remote location within the Makgadikgadi Pans National Park, the Makgadikgadi Pans themselves are not visited on daily scheduled activities from Leroo La Tau.

×

Day 2  Leroo La Tau | Meals: BLD
Makgadikgadi Pans is home to the second largest zebra migration in the world, where over 25,000 zebra migrate to the Boteti River in the dry winter months. The Boteti River is the main outflow of the Okavango Delta, collecting the water that flows past Maun, and continuing south-eastwards more than 250 kms ending at Lake Xau on the extreme south-western edge of the great Makgadikgadi salt pans. The Makgadikgadi is a harsh environment but during the wet season, the desert area teems with wildlife as these huge herds of zebra and wildebeest graze on the green grass plains. There is a huge influx of migratory birds while resident birds show off their breeding plumage.
Leroo La Tau

Leroo La Tau

Leroo La Tau is situated on the western bank of the Boteti River, northwest of Khumaga Village and about 140 kilometres southeast of Maun. The eastern bank of the Boteti forms the boundary of the Makgadikgadi Pans National Park, which stretches away from the riverbank towards its interior of scrubland and mineral-rich grasslands.

THE LODGE & ACCOMMODATION The lodge features twelve luxurious thatched and glass-fronted suites with en-suite bathrooms, each unit raised on a wooden platform. The main lounge and dining area, with its inviting wooden and thatch finish, allows you to relax at the bar while listening to the wide variety of night sounds so characteristic of the African bush. Alternatively you can lounge around the swimming pool or enjoy the panoramic river vista from the game-viewing hide built into the bank of the river.

The lodge offers guided day and night game drives. Depending on the water level, boat activities are also provided. Optional cultural excursions can be arranged to Khumaga Village, as can guided nature walks in the area surrounding the lodge.

Leroo La Tau translates as ‘lion’s paw’ but, although the surrounding area features abundant Lion, Zebra and Wildebeest, it also boasts Chobe Bushbuck, Leopard, Cheetah, Brown and Spotted Hyena, Impala, Kudu, Jackal, Porcupine, Genet and Caracal, to name but a few.

Please note: Owing to their remote location within the Makgadikgadi Pans National Park, the Makgadikgadi Pans themselves are not visited on daily scheduled activities from Leroo La Tau.

×

Day 3  Xakanaxa | Meals: BLD
Today, a light aircraft flight provides stunning views as you fly to the Moremi Game Reserve and Camp Xakanaxa. The Moremi is in the eastern part of the Okavango Delta, where you will find a diverse array of wildlife. Moremi was actually the first wildlife sanctuary set aside by a Southern African community on their own land when the wife of Chief Moremi decided to protect a third of the Okavango Delta and declared the Moremi Game Reserve in honor of her husband. Camp Xakanaxa is on the banks of the Khwai River, one of the few camps that can offer both land and water game viewing year-round. The camp features twelve spacious meru-style luxury safari tents, all ensuite set with a private deck set round the fringe of the lagoon.

Enjoy an afternoon game viewing activity.
Camp Xakanaxa

Camp Xakanaxa

The prime location of Camp Xakanaxa (pronounced Ka-ka-na-ka) on the banks of the Khwai River on the Xakanaxa Lagoon, in the heart of the Moremi Game Reserve, makes it one of the very few safari camps that offers guests an authentic, year-round Okavango Delta land and water safari experience.

ACCOMMODATION The camp accommodates twenty-four guests in twelve spacious all-canvas, classic Meru-style luxury safari tents, with en suite showers, hand basins and toilet facilities. Situated around the fringe of the lagoon, every tent has a private viewing deck with comfortable loungers. Camp Xakanaxa is one of the few camps in Botswana which still offers the essence of a classic tented camp.

THE CAMP In camp, a relaxed and friendly atmosphere together with personalized and caring service evokes a feeling of coming home.

The stylish main buildings extend over the Khwai River and are set on raised platforms to maximize the views over the surrounding lagoons and islands. The elegant lounge and dining rooms, built of local timber, reed and thatch, feature a small library, expansive sundeck, plunge pool and sala with day bed. The fire-deck extends over the Khwai River and creates an enchanting environment in which to relax after dinner. There is also a larger pool with elevated sun deck in the expansive grounds.

×

Day 4  Xakanaxa | Meals: BLD
Game viewing in the Moremi is always exciting. Leopard and cheetah are seen regularly and the sheer number of impala is amazing. You may spot the rare Situtunga and Lechwe antelope who live in the papyrus banks of the waterways. Packs of wild dogs hunt on the grasslands and birdlife is prolific. More than 400 species of birds make their home in the reserve, including the African Fish Eagle and the Sacred Ibis.
Camp Xakanaxa

Camp Xakanaxa

The prime location of Camp Xakanaxa (pronounced Ka-ka-na-ka) on the banks of the Khwai River on the Xakanaxa Lagoon, in the heart of the Moremi Game Reserve, makes it one of the very few safari camps that offers guests an authentic, year-round Okavango Delta land and water safari experience.

ACCOMMODATION The camp accommodates twenty-four guests in twelve spacious all-canvas, classic Meru-style luxury safari tents, with en suite showers, hand basins and toilet facilities. Situated around the fringe of the lagoon, every tent has a private viewing deck with comfortable loungers. Camp Xakanaxa is one of the few camps in Botswana which still offers the essence of a classic tented camp.

THE CAMP In camp, a relaxed and friendly atmosphere together with personalized and caring service evokes a feeling of coming home.

The stylish main buildings extend over the Khwai River and are set on raised platforms to maximize the views over the surrounding lagoons and islands. The elegant lounge and dining rooms, built of local timber, reed and thatch, feature a small library, expansive sundeck, plunge pool and sala with day bed. The fire-deck extends over the Khwai River and creates an enchanting environment in which to relax after dinner. There is also a larger pool with elevated sun deck in the expansive grounds.

×

Day 5  Savute | Meals: BLD
A light aircraft flight takes you into the Savute and Savute Safari Lodge. Dry for years, the Savute Channel filled with water in 2008, creating a deep, clear waterway filled with hippo and other aquatic life. No one knows how long the water will remain in the Channel – it could be hundreds of year or just a decade. But for now, the game viewing here is amazing, as all variety of plains game and predators have adjusted to this new source of water.

Savute Safari Lodge has just twelve thatched chalets built of local timber, each of which features an expansive deck and a combined bedroom and lounge. Relax in one of the lounge’s comfy sofas or sip a cocktail in the stylish bar. The large viewing deck and swimming pool are great places for game viewing – you might even see one of the resident elephants saunter past for a cool drink in the channel.
Savute Safari Lodge

Savute Safari Lodge

Stretching from the Linyanti River all the way to Savute Marsh, the winding waterways of the Savute Channel have pumped life into the western section of Chobe National Park for many thousands of generations. However, this fickle and unpredictable channel, which has a fascinating history of flooding and drying up, independently of good rainy seasons and flood levels elsewhere, has mystified local inhabitants, geologists and others for many years.

To ensure a private and relaxing environment, Savute Safari Lodge accommodates just twenty-four guests in twelve thatched chalets built of local timber. The chalets, which have been elegantly furnished in calm neutral tones to blend with the natural environment, feature expansive private decks, a combined bedroom and lounge area and en suite facilities.

Sink into one of the numerous comfortable leather, wood or wicker sofas in the lounge – and library – or sip a cocktail in the stylish bar. All these facilities are situated in a beautiful two-story thatch-and-timber main building. Savute Safari Lodge offers a shaded viewing deck, an al fresco dining area and swimming pool with spectacular pool loungers – ideal for watching the varied wildlife – including the resident Elephants – as they make their way to the Channel to drink, bathe and play.

×

Day 6  Savute | Meals: BLD
Activities at Savute are centered on land game viewing, which try to incorporate the Savute Marsh to give you a glimpse of the Savute Channel. You might also visit the ancient San rock paintings at Gubatsa Hills. A highlight is the second largest summer Zebra migration in Africa which usually occurs here between November and December and then again in February. Where this number of plains game are found, predators are never far behind, enhancing the excitement of the game viewing here.
Savute Safari Lodge

Savute Safari Lodge

Stretching from the Linyanti River all the way to Savute Marsh, the winding waterways of the Savute Channel have pumped life into the western section of Chobe National Park for many thousands of generations. However, this fickle and unpredictable channel, which has a fascinating history of flooding and drying up, independently of good rainy seasons and flood levels elsewhere, has mystified local inhabitants, geologists and others for many years.

To ensure a private and relaxing environment, Savute Safari Lodge accommodates just twenty-four guests in twelve thatched chalets built of local timber. The chalets, which have been elegantly furnished in calm neutral tones to blend with the natural environment, feature expansive private decks, a combined bedroom and lounge area and en suite facilities.

Sink into one of the numerous comfortable leather, wood or wicker sofas in the lounge – and library – or sip a cocktail in the stylish bar. All these facilities are situated in a beautiful two-story thatch-and-timber main building. Savute Safari Lodge offers a shaded viewing deck, an al fresco dining area and swimming pool with spectacular pool loungers – ideal for watching the varied wildlife – including the resident Elephants – as they make their way to the Channel to drink, bathe and play.

×

Day 7  Maun-Depart | Meals: B
Reflect on your memories as your light aircraft takes you to Maun, where you begin your journey home.

Land Only Per Person Prices in US Dollars
Departs Daily On Request
  Per Person Sharing a Twin Bedded Room Per Person in a Single Bedded Room
01 APR 18 - 30 JUN 18$5,095$5,095
01 JUL 18 - 31 OCT 18$6,595$8,595
01 NOV 18 - 30 NOV 18$5,095$5,095
01 DEC 18 - 31 MAR 19$4,195$4,195
01 APR 19 - 30 JUN 19$4,995$4,995
01 JUL 19 - 31 OCT 19$6,595$8,595
01 NOV 19 - 30 NOV 19$4,195$4,195
Note: All prices are based on a minimum of 2 persons traveling together. The first two singles in a party pay no single supplement.
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