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The Ultimate Air Safari Tour: Southbound

Duration
14 Days
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Embark on an incredible safari adventure in the heart of Africa, passing through its most pristine and magnificent landscapes. Witness the Great Migration on the plains of the Serengeti in Tanzania, enjoy one of the world’s great romantic spots on Likoma Island in Malawi, take a dugout canoe onto the Okavango Delta in Botswana, and gaze upon the majesty of Victoria Falls in Zambia, while embracing local cultures and staying in the best lodges, hotels, and safari camps.


This 14-day tour takes you southbound from Tanzania to Malawi, Zambia, and Botswana on this adventure safari.

This safari adventure begins in Serengeti National Park, the crown jewel of Tanzania. The Serengeti is best known for the Great Migration of wildebeest and zebra that occurs during the dry season, where over a million animals pass from the southern reaches of the park to Kenya over the northern border. Beyond the millions of migrating herbivores, the park is home to all of the Big Five—more than 3,000 lions call the Serengeti home—as well as cheetahs, leopards, hyenas, baboons, wild dogs, and giraffes. Birders should keep their eyes peeled for over 500 species that inhabit the plains, including flamingos, ostriches, and exotic secretary birds.

From Serengeti National Park, pass into the Mahale Mountains on the banks of Lake Tanganyika. Lake Tanganyika is 1,500m deep, making it the second deepest lake on the planet, and has 15 percent of the world’s fresh water. Take advantage of the warm climate to swim the white sand beaches and snorkel through the waters in search of life beneath the waves. Also be sure to visit the chimpanzee sanctuary, which is home to over 1,700 chimps.

Head into neighbouring Malawi to see the grandeur of Lake Malawi, which covers a fifth of the country. Stay on Likoma Island on the northeastern part of the lake to see one of the “Top 10 Most Romantic Spots in the World” according to Conde Nast Traveler. Soak in the charming atmosphere by visiting the markets, cathedral, and textile workshops, getting a sense of the island’s daily rhythms. Pass into Zambia and travel along the Lower Zambezi to head out on game viewing expeditions and take a boat out on the fourth largest river in Africa.

In Botswana to the south is Chobe National Park, home to the largest number of elephants in Africa. You’ll find plenty of opportunities to watch elephants in their natural habitats and also see leopards, lions, water buffalo, roan, giraffe, and if you’re especially lucky, hippos and crocodiles in the water. Head west to witness the rich biodiversity of the Okavango Delta, which is particularly famous for the large number of birds that nest along its shores. Take a boat out onto the delta waters in a dugout canoe to experience the area as traditional boatmen have for hundreds of years.

Head back into Zambia to end your vacation in Livingstone, named after the explorer who was the first westerner to lay eyes on Victoria Falls. Victoria Falls is one of the most iconic spots on the planet and one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World according to CNN. You’ll be stunned from the moment you first lay eyes on these enormous falls pouring millions of litres of water into narrow gorges every second. Victoria Falls is on everyone’s bucket list and crossing it off your own is a perfect way to end your African safari.


 

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Duration
14 Days
Prices From:
US$ 33,238

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Day 1

Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

This morning you will fly from Kilimanjaro International airport to the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania where you will be accommodated at Lamai Serengeti. Tucked amongst the rocks of Kogakuria Kopje with panoramic views of the surrounding landscape, just a few miles from where the wildebeest cross the Mara River during the migration season which normally occurs between mid to June and end of October.

Each of the 12 rooms has been designed to fit into the complex geometry of the kopje and to make the most of this sensational location, with the views, natural space and light.

Flight time Kilimanjaro to Serengeti: Approximately 1 Hour and 10 Minutes

Meal Plan Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner
Duration2 Nights
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Lamai Camp Serengeti

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    Lamai Serengeti now sits tucked amongst the rocks of Kogakuria Kopje with panoramic views of the surrounding landscape, just a few miles from where the wildebeest cross the Mara River. For roughly a quarter of the year, between late July and October, this is where ...

    Lamai Serengeti now sits tucked amongst the rocks of Kogakuria Kopje with panoramic views of the surrounding landscape, just a few miles from where the wildebeest cross the Mara River. For roughly a quarter of the year, between late July and October, this is where you'll find the migration. Each of the rooms at Lamai fit into the complex geometry of the kopje to make the most of this sensational location, its views and its natural space and light. Lamai Serengeti offers just 12 rooms in all split between two entirely separate lodges, the Main Lodge of 8 rooms and a smaller Private Lodge of 4 rooms. Each site has been carefully thought out. Firstly and most importantly, with the elements in mind, to take maximum advantage of the view, the sun, the wind and even the rain, welcome when it comes.

    Facilities

    • Bar
    • Dining Area
    • Library
    • Swimming Pool

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Day 2

Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

Enjoy the activities offered by the camp including guided game drives and guided walks in this wilderness area frequented by the spectacular Wildebeest migration
This area of lush, rolling grassland and tree-lined watercourses is the hub around which the Serengeti migration circulates.

During the dry season, the herds mass on both banks of the Mara River, frequently crossing - and braving the crocs - in response to local weather patterns that only they seem to understand. But even a brief visit to Lamai Serengeti at any time of year will demonstrate that it's not all about the migration.

Unlike the southern plains of the Serengeti that dry out, forcing all but the hardiest of species to leave, this area remains lush and green. There's a collective sigh of relief from the resident game when the one and a half million migrating wildebeest - and the madness that attends them - leave town for a few months.

And the resident game at Lamai Serengeti is spectacular. Plains game in the form of zebra, topi, gazelles, impala, buffalo and giraffe all frequent the area throughout the year. Lion are rarely far away and leopard, ever present, but always elusive, stalk the rocky kopjes and river lines.

With a location like this, one of the best ways to take in the Serengeti is literally from the expansive veranda of your room, tucked away in amongst the red rocks of the kopje. The rooms are designed to maximise the panoramic views, but also to give a window onto life on the kopje.

At Lamai, guests can be as busy as they like with game drives and walks, or as lazy as they like enjoying the Serengeti from the room or the swimming pool.

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Day 3

Mahale Mountains, Lake Tanganyika

Fly south along Lake Tanganyika into the Mahale Mountains. Kungwe Beach Lodge sits on a stretch of secluded golden beach, deep in the heart of the African interior. With a dramatic mountain range rising up from behind and crystal clear waters of Lake Tanganyika in front of the lodge, this romantic getaway is the perfect blend of comfort and luxury.

Ten light spacious safari rooms, furnished in imitation of the surrounding lakeside Villages, have been strategically placed at the edge of the cooling forest canopy of the Mahale Mountains National park. All rooms are under thatch on raised platforms and have a private deck providing views of Lake Tanganyika and the beach. The main deck is shaped like a dhow boat and contains the central dining and lounge facilities. All guest rooms are within easy walking distance along the beach to the main lounge and dining areas.

Your days can start there, enjoying breakfast whilst waiting to hear news of the chimps and deciding what to do with your day. Evenings end with sundowners on the rocks of the headland, where drinks are served around the lamp-lit bar whilst the mountains, rising behind camp, disappear into the darkness.

Flight time Serengeti to Tabora: Approximately 1 Hour and 38 Minutes
Flight time Tabora to Mahale: Approximately 1 Hour and 18 Minutes

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Duration3 Nights
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Kungwe Beach Lodge

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    Kungwe Beach Lodge


    Set deep in the heart of the African interior on a stretch of secluded golden beach, Kungwe Beach Lodge is the perfect blend of comfort and luxury in a romantic setting. Ten light spacious safari rooms, furnished in imitation of the surrounding lakeside Villages, have ...

    Set deep in the heart of the African interior on a stretch of secluded golden beach, Kungwe Beach Lodge is the perfect blend of comfort and luxury in a romantic setting. Ten light spacious safari rooms, furnished in imitation of the surrounding lakeside Villages, have been strategically placed at the edge of the cooling forest canopy of the Mahale Mountains National park. All rooms are under thatch on raised platforms and have a private deck providing views of Lake Tanganyika and the beach. The main deck is shaped like a dhow boat and contains the central dining and lounge facilities. All guest rooms are within easy walking distance along the beach to the main lounge and dining areas.

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    • Bar/Lounge
    • Internet Access
    • Restaurant
    • Room Service

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Day 4

Mahale Mountains, Lake Tanganyika

Today's the day to enjoy an exhilarating Chimpanzee Trek in the Mahale Mountains.

After tracking them, for perhaps an hour or two, maybe more, only aware of the sounds they are making ahead, suddenly they are everywhere. Sit quietly on the forest floor and take a deep breath, this is what it's all about.

For the next hour it's as if you scarcely breathe, so engrossed and privileged are you to be watching them go about their daily life. You become aware of the subtleties of different relationships, through gesture, sound and expression.

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Day 5

Mahale Mountains, Lake Tanganyika

Enjoy another day at Mahale Mountains.

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Day 6

Likoma Island, Lake Malawi

Today you will fly South to Likoma Island set in the crystal clear waters of Lake Malawi.

Likoma Island is found towards the north eastern part of Lake Malawi, within the territorial waters of Mozambique but part of Malawi and linked to the rest of the country by a steamer service. The island is quite hilly in places, mostly dry and sandy since it lies in the rain shadow of the Mozambique shore. Baobabs are a common feature of the landscape but big trees are generally scarce. The population is over five thousand people, scattered in little villages throughout the island.

Kaya Mawa is set on a rocky promontory on the southern tip of the Island. The name means 'maybe tomorrow' and is the perfect phrase for this wonderful retreat. It has been sensitively refurbished and a new central lounge and dining area has been built with lighter colours and contemporary styling. It is a perfect location for beach dinners or a relaxing lunch, with comfortable sofas with huge cushions, so you can listen to the water lap the shore whilst having a G&T.

There are 11 rooms in total, each individually designed and built in sympathy with the rocks on the island and often built around the boulders themselves. There are four standard, three premium rooms and four houses tucked away on the beach.

Flight time Mahale to Mbeya: Approximately 1 Hour and 48 Minutes
Flight time Mbeya to Mzuzu: Approximately 1 Hour and 5 Minutes
Flight time Mzuzu to Likoma Island: Approximately 23 Minutes

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Duration2 Nights
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Kaya Mawa

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    Kaya Mawa is situated on the south-western tip of Likoma Island, in the middle of Lake Malawi. This chic lodge is contemporarily rustic, and uses its natural surroundings of mango trees, ancient baobabs, sandy beaches, and coves to create a unique getaway.

    Kaya Mawa is situated on the south-western tip of Likoma Island, in the middle of Lake Malawi. This chic lodge is contemporarily rustic, and uses its natural surroundings of mango trees, ancient baobabs, sandy beaches, and coves to create a unique getaway.

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    • Bar
    • Beach
    • Restaurant
    • Spa

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Day 7

Likoma Island, Lake Malawi

Voted in the top ten "Most Romantic Places in the World" by Conde Nast and in the Tatler "Top 101 Hotels in the World" and most recently voted the 3rd Best Beach Property in Africa in the Good Safari Awards. From the construction and the staff to the integration within the local community, there is literally nowhere else like it. Each room is individually designed in partnership with Katundu Textiles, a workshop set up on the island to empower single mothers. The entire workforce comes from the surrounding areas. The result is a uniquely stunning lodge with a feeling of contemporary rustic whilst being ultimately chic. Private dinner set on the beach in front
of the camp set the scene for the perfect evening dining experience. Activities offered by Kaya Mawa include snorkelling, sailing, kayaking, mountain biking and walks
on the island. At extra cost you can do windsurfing, water skiing, wake boarding, fishing, scuba diving and quad biking. A visit to Kaya Mawa would not be complete without a walk to explore the island and visit the local cathedral, the market, the textile workshop and several of the community projects on the Island.

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Day 8

Southern Zambia to Lower Zambezi

This morning you will fly to the Southern part of the Lower Zambezi National Park where you will be accommodated at Chongwe River Camp operated by one of the oldest and most established companies in the Lower Zambezi. On offer is an unmatched variety of activities with day and night drives, boats cruises, walking safaris or canoeing, which offer you the opportunity to view wildlife from a more natural perspective. The Lower Zambezi is also widely known as one of the best places to catch (and release) a Tiger Fish or two.

Relaxation is the only thing insisted upon at Chongwe. You can put your feet up on the furniture without worrying what anyone is going to think or curl up amongst plump cushions with a good book and not bother about appearances no dressing up for dinner required.

Light, airy and spacious, each of Chongwe River Camp's nine standard tents is equipped with enough luxuries to ensure your stay in the bush is exceptional.

Cotton linens, local textiles and hand-crafted furniture blend seamlessly with organic fittings and fixtures, all designed to make the most of what Mother Nature has provided, including the incredible views.

All of the tents are under thatch, ensuring maximum coolness in the heat of the day. Each has a large outdoor bathroom with hot and cold running water, shower, toilet, vanity unit and dressing area with a wardrobe and full-length mirror. The tents also have their own private verandas overlooking the river, making them an ideal place for relaxation and contemplation of Africa's wonderful wilderness.

Flight time Likoma Island to Mzuzu: Approximately 23 Minutes
Flight time Mzuzu to Mfuwe: Approximately 1 Hour and 10 Minutes
Flight time Mfuwe to Royal Airstrip: Approximately 1 Hour and 27 Minutes

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Duration2 Nights
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Chongwe River Camp

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    Chongwe River Camp is situated on the banks of the Lower Zambezi River and is one of Southern Africa's most spectacular and unique private homes. A place where you can unwind and switch off from the rest of the world. Chongwe River Camp offers luxury ...

    Chongwe River Camp is situated on the banks of the Lower Zambezi River and is one of Southern Africa's most spectacular and unique private homes. A place where you can unwind and switch off from the rest of the world. Chongwe River Camp offers luxury accommodation, an unmatched variety of activities that include day and night drives, boats cruises, walking safaris or the flagship experience canoeing which offers you the opportunity to view wildlife from a more natural perspective.

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    • Library
    • Lounge
    • Swimming Pool

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Day 9

Southern Zambia to Lower Zambezi

Enjoy the activities as offered by the camp.

A policy of non-intrusive enjoyment of wildlife and low environmental impact has helped to make the Lower Zambezi valley one of southern Africa's premier game viewing destinations. Add to this the amazing fauna and flora found in and on the banks of Africa's fourth largest river, and you begin to understand why this amazing wilderness is so special. At Chongwe River Camp, activities are tailored to make the most of this incredibly diverse wilderness.

Game viewing can be done from a vehicle in either the Lower Zambezi National Park or the Chiawa Partnership Park or, if you prefer, from a boat on the Zambezi. Canoeing, walking and, of course, fishing, are also offered. And for those interested in the rich cultural heritage of the area, community visits can be arranged.

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Day 10

Chobe River, Botswana

This morning you will fly to Livingstone and on to Kasane in Botswana from where you transfer to the Chobe Princess House Boat. At the confluence of the Chobe and Zambezi Rivers lies Impalila Island, which is also the meeting place of four African countries, namely: Namibia, Botswana, Zambia and Zimbabwe. This phenomenon is the only one of its kind in the world and it is within this unique geographic area that the Chobe Princess operates.

The Chobe Princess provides the ultimate luxury cruising safari on the Chobe River. Small and intimate, this houseboat provides guests with the opportunity to stay overnight within the Chobe National Park at prime docking sites along the river. There is something incredibly relaxing about cruising on the Chobe River, along the banks of the Chobe National Park, watching the outstanding wildlife and birdlife from the houseboat.

The accommodation deck comprises five bedrooms. Each spacious double guest bedroom can be configured either as twin or double and has ensuite bathroom facilities and sliding windows opening onto the water, spanned by a transparent mosquito screen.

Flight time Royal Airstrip to Livingstone: Approximately 1 Hour and 35 Minutes
Flight time Livingstone to Kasane: Approximately 15 Minutes

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Duration2 Nights
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Chobe Savanna Lodge

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    Chobe Savanna Lodge


    Situated in the Eastern Caprivi, Zambezi Province of Namibia, a narrow strip of country on the northern bank of the Chobe River, Chobe Savanna Lodge overlooks the vast floodplains of the Chobe National Park's Puku Flats. Chobe Savanna Lodge is set in a classic African ...

    Situated in the Eastern Caprivi, Zambezi Province of Namibia, a narrow strip of country on the northern bank of the Chobe River, Chobe Savanna Lodge overlooks the vast floodplains of the Chobe National Park's Puku Flats.

    Chobe Savanna Lodge is set in a classic African Savanna environment of sweeping vistas. The focal point of the lodge is a thatched, open-sided main building that features a 270 degree view over the Chobe River and beyond to the Chobe National Park.

    Attractive gardens featuring a secluded swimming pool further enhance the lodge's enviable location. In addition to the scheduled game-viewing activities, Chobe Savanna Lodge is also a perfect venue for guests to simply take time out to watch the natural world go by in one of the most spectacular settings imaginable. A private and secluded safari experience is guaranteed as Chobe Savanna Lodge accommodates only twenty guests in beautifully furnished thatched chalets.

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Chobe River, Botswana

Game viewing by boat into the Chobe National Park is a remarkable experience - where huge herds of elephants come down to drink together with an extensive array of other game such as buffalo, giraffe, leopard, lion, kudu, waterbuck, puku, lechwe, impala, baboons and the endemic Chobe bush buck. The evening boat trip provides the guest with the unforgettable experience of witnessing a true African sunset, while being surrounded by herds of elephant and sipping on a cold sundowner.

The excellent guides are internationally known for their success in landing Tiger fish, especially when fly-fishing. For the novice fisherman, landing a Tiger is an accomplishment to aspire to and will undoubtedly provide memorable stories for years to come. The houseboat has fishing access to over 30kms of the Chobe River, over 120kms of the Zambezi River and many kilometres of waterways in the Kasai and Indibe wetlands. Each of these areas offers a different fishing experience.

Guests have access to a series of good quality boats all with large motors, including a jet boat for the rapids and rocky areas.

Bird watching is a year round pleasure with over 400 recorded species and a combination of water birds and woodland birds to be seen. It is an excellent place to see all the summer migrants from September through to March. There is a wide variety of habitats covered by the vessels and all guides are competent birders.

Mokoros (dugout canoes) can drift into the small islands which exist in the Chobe River and form part of the rapid system. The experienced 'polers' are also knowledgeable with all the various bird species to be found during the trip. This activity is influenced by river conditions.

Walks can be arranged on Impalila Island. These are very interesting as there is a varied ecology and the villages offer an insight into traditional African life. From the top of an ancient Baobab tree on Impalila Island one can view the meeting place of the four countries - Zambia, Zimbabwe, Namibia and Botswana.

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Day 12

Okavango Delta, Botswana

This morning after breakfast you will fly low along the magnificent Chobe River before entering the Okavango Delta. One of the most sought after wilderness destinations in the world, the Okavango Delta gives entrance to the spectacle of wild Africa such as dreams are made of - the heart-stopping excitement of big game viewing, the supreme tranquillity and serenity of an untouched delta, and evocative scenes of extraordinary natural beauty.

Located on a private 77,000-acre concession deep in the extreme northern reaches of the Okavango Delta, lies Duba Plains Camp. The word "remote" could not be more relevant than here, a place only accessible by plane for most of the year, thanks to Botswana's Okavango Delta seasonal floods. Six beautifully appointed tents overlook vast floodplains and create an authentic atmosphere of discovery for 12 guests. Wild animals often wander through camp - a truly magical experience to be celebrated rather than feared! This is "home" for Great Plains Conservation cofounders, and National Geographic Explorers in Residence, Dereck and Beverly Joubert and the remarkable, ever-present lions whose story they have so wonderfully documented over the years.

Renowned for their pursuits of the huge buffalo herds which roam the plains, Duba Plains' indomitable lions have become legends, hunting primarily in broad daylight, at home in water as well as on land as they swim the permanent channels which separate the jigsaw of islands which dot the landscape. But they are not the only inhabitants here. Wildlife diversity is guaranteed at Duba Plains, which offers large concentrations of iconic game such as red lechwe, impala, kudu, tsessebe, hippopotamus and crocodiles viewed all year round. Birdlife is abundant, as are the elephant herds which traverse this magnificent wilderness.

Flight time Kasane to Duba Plains: Approximately 1 Hour and 20 Minutes

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Duration2 Nights
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Duba Expedition Camp

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    The soul of Botswana's "Wild Africa", this is a new rugged adventure outfitted by National Geographic filmmakers and Great Plains Conservation co-founders Beverly & Dereck Joubert, famous for their Eye of the leopard documentary following Mombo Camp's famous Legadema. Pristine 77,000 acres of the Duba ...

    The soul of Botswana's "Wild Africa", this is a new rugged adventure outfitted by National Geographic filmmakers and Great Plains Conservation co-founders Beverly & Dereck Joubert, famous for their Eye of the leopard documentary following Mombo Camp's famous Legadema.

    Pristine 77,000 acres of the Duba Plains Concession for the private use of just 12 guests at camp, this newfound expedition camp takes over as a high-end, exclusive safari from the previous Duba Plains camp site.

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Okavango Delta, Botswana

Enjoy the scheduled morning and afternoon game viewing activities. The daily safari routine usually involves an early morning wake-up call with tea/coffee and freshly baked muffins. As well as the clean early morning air and dazzling sun rise, an early departure greatly increases the chances of unusual sightings, as the majority of mammals are active at the beginning and end of the day when temperatures are lower. Morning, afternoon and evening game drives are offered in specially adapted open safari vehicles as well as dug out canoe and power boat explorations of the channels, lagoons and floodplains of the Okavango Delta.

The boat experience is a soothing tonic, a contrast to the vigorous efforts of searching for mammals from a vehicle or on foot. Sit back and while away the hours, stopping to gaze at a multitude of spectacular birds and bathing elephant and enjoy the vistas of the river systems. However, don't be surprised should the peace be shattered by the snort of a territorial hippo warning the boat of his presence!

The traditional dugout canoe is surely the definitive Okavango Delta experience. The complete stillness of an early morning, disturbed only by the sound of the water dripping from the 'ngashe' (wooden pole used to move the canoe), and the eerie call of the fish eagle echoing across the water, is a sublime experience. The Mokoro was designed to move across areas with low water levels by the indigenous peoples who inhabited the Delta and who explored the waterways and floodplains in search of food. Today, these same Mokoros provide an opportunity to glide through this varied and unique habitat using the traditional skills handed down through the generations. (Makoro and boat excursions are seasonal and Okavango delta flood dependent)

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Day 14

Livingstone, Zambia

This morning after breakfast and a game drive you will fly from the delta into Kasane Airport. Arrive and transfer to either Livingstone or Vic Falls depending on selection.

Flight time Duba Plains to Kasane: Approximately 1 Hour and 20 Minutes

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DEPARTURES: 

2017: Jun 13; Oct 23.

PRICE INCLUDES:

  • Safari in Cessna Grand Caravan aircraft with total 8 Passengers, 1 guide & 1 pilot
  • All transfers throughout tour
  • Accommodation on full board at Lemai Serengeti, Greystoke Camp, Kaya Mawa, Chongwe River Camp, Chobe Princess House Boat/Chobe Savannah Lodge & Duba Expedition Camp
  • All Park Entrance fees & Conservation fees throughout trip
  • House wines, beer & soft drinks at all properties
  • Activities available include game drives, guided walks, bush picnic's and bush sundowners in Serengeti at Lamai Tented Camp
  • Activities available included 1 x chimp trek per full day, snorkelling, forest walks and boat trips at Kungwe Beach Lodge Mahale
  • Activities available include snorkelling, Walks, Mountain bike rides, kayaks and sailing at Kaya Mawa Lodge
  • Activities available include canoe ride, day and night game drives and game walks (At discretion of manager) at Chongwe River Camp
  • Activities available include game viewing from houseboat or tender, Birding, fishing, walking and visit to local fishing village while on Chobe Princess
  • Activities available include day and night game drives, bush walks and boat based activities when water levels permit at Duba Expedition camp
  • All Laundry (except underwear) throughout
  • All Tips to staff throughout tour
  • Airport Departure taxes when exiting various countries

PRICE EXCLUDES:

  • Premium brand drinks and champagne throughout trip
  • Scuba diving, wind surfing, skiing, wakeboarding, fishing and quad bike outings at Kaya Mawa or Kungwe Beach Lodge
  • Visa fees where required
  • Scheduled flight into Kilimanjaro prior to start of trip and Scheduled flight out from Livingstone Airport, Zambia or Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe back home at end of trip
  • Travel insurance
  • International and domestic airfare & airfare taxes
  • Gratuities
  • Items of a personal nature

TERMS AND CONDITIONS:

Prices are "from" per person based on twin/double share accommodation and for travel in low season. Seasonal surcharges and blackout dates may apply. Limited seat/spaces and all pricing is subject to change and availability. Rates for single or triple travellers are available on request - please inquire.

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