Perfect for adventurous travellers who want a taste of mobile camping as part of a broader itinerary or for those with limited vacation time, this 6-night journey takes you through three of northern Botswana’s undisputed highlights: Chobe National Park, the Savute Channel and the Okavango Delta.
Mobile camping means moving every few days between temporary bush camps and being accommodated in dome or Meru tents without electricity or air conditioning. This allows you to truly immerse yourself in the wilderness and experience how the golden age of safaris used to occur. But comfort is not forgotten: cameras and cellphones can be charged on the safari vehicle, and your airy tent will have a proper bed and separate bathroom with a hot bucket shower.
In addition to game drives and boat cruises on the Chobe River, you undertake bush walks, catch-and-release fishing, mekoro rides and will be able to see the magnificent Okavango Delta from a light aircraft, the best way to appreciate the sheer scale of this astonishing inland wetland. There are only six guests per trip and children must be over the age of 12.