Single supplement £750 per person single supplement (maximum 2 per departure)
International & domestic flights with airport taxes (Flights on an ad hoc basis)
Comfortable tented accommodation, including camp stretchers and bed linen/ towel in a 3m bow tent with en-suite facilities of bush shower and bush loo.
Licensed and experienced professional guide.
Game drives and local transfers in customised safari vehicles.
All entrance and camping fees within the National Parks & Reserves.
Private campsites, wherever possible.
All meals & drinks: wine, beer, G&T, cool drinks, bottled water – no other spirits. (Except in Victoria Falls, breakfast only included)
Cook & camp assistant to do camp chores (staff will travel with guests in same vehicle).
All activities as specified in the itinerary.
Excludes: Travel and medical insurance (essential on all safaris), visas, optional safari extensions, spirits (you are welcome to bring your own or purchase locally), items of a personal nature, gratuities and tipping.
This tour will operate on a minimum of 6 travellers and a maximum of 9.
Please note: Rates are subject to National Park fee increase by Botswana Government without prior notice.
What to expect on safari:
The day starts with a sun rise wake-up call of a gentle “koko” (knock knock in Setswana) at the entrance of your tent. A camp hand will be on hand to fill your wash-hand basin with steaming hot water and freshly made tea and coffee will be served around the campfire. A light breakfast will be served before the early morning game drive : tea, plunger coffee, juice, rusks, fruit, cereal, toast and preserves. The best time for game viewing is early morning before the animals retreat to the shadows in the heat of the day.
Return to camp for lunch taken in the shade of a tree. Lunch usually consisting of salads, freshly baked bread, cold meats, and pickles. Afterward, this is your time to enjoy reading, chatting, relaxing or taking a nap.
Meet again late afternoon for game drive, as the animals awake from their days rest and gather at the watering holes.
On return to camp, enjoy an open air hot shower before a two course dinner around the camp fire, served with South African wines. Dinner is usually a stew or barbeque style meal followed by a traditional pudding. After nightcaps around the fire, retire for the evening.
On moving days, the guide and the camp hand will pack down the camp, then travel to the next camp site and prepare the camp at the next location. When travelling between locations, the route is most commonly through the parks and reserves and is therefore an extension of your daily game drives. A picnic lunch can be enjoyed en-route.