A motorboat transfer during times of high water (or 4×4 during times of low water) of one hour each way will start and end your trip leaving by 8 a.m. and getting you back by 5 p. m, you will be spend a day with your guide gliding silently down waterways to a certain island where you will do safari walk in the delta. The price include packed lunch, water, park fees, service of poler guide and transfer from and to the Airport or Hotel is included in the price. Children policy: Children under 12 years old are charged half price.
- Bird Photography
- Game Walk
- Bird Watching
- Normal Physical Condition
- No WiFi but some phone coverage
Day 1Maun-Okavango Delta
Activities IncludedBird Photography Canoeing Game Walk General Photography Wildlife Photography Bird Watching Photo-safari
Pick up at 08:00 am in the morning from Luxury In Apartment, transfer by motor boat or 4X4 transfer to Mokoro Station where you will be met by a Professional Guide and a Polar, a short briefing about your trip will be conducted before boarding your Mokoro and travel along the channels of the Okavango Delta to camp on one of the many Islands of the Delta, before reaching you the island, you would have spent some hours seeing the beauty and vastness of the Delta. Upon arrival at a certain island your guide will lead for a game walk in the delta, after game walk you have your lunch after lunch you board on your mokoro to continue your mokoro excursion towards mokoro station where you finish the day trip then back to Maun.
Other Benefits (On Arrival)
Okavango Delta, NG/32 Okavango Kopano Mokoro Community Trust, Botswana
Travel Time: 8 hrs
Offical Visa Regulations and Health Requirements
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Botswana is generally a healthy country to visit. Several vaccines are sensible (typhoid, polio and tetanus), though none are required. Anti-malarial tablets are usually recommended. Always check the latest recommendations with your doctor or clinic before travelling. In Botswana, HIV infection rates are high, and AIDS is prevalent. Generally, this isn’t an issue for travellers, but you should be aware of the situation – take the same sensible precautions to avoid infection which are wise in most countries. We understand that blood supplies used by the private hospitals in Botswana have been carefully screened for a long time. Vaccines required: Several vaccines are sensible (typhoid, polio, and tetanus), though none are required. Anti-malarial tablets are usually recommended. Always check the latest recommendations with your doctor or clinic before traveling.