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Okavango Delta

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Okavango Delta

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1 Day Okavango Delta Full Day Trip
US$107.70 per adult
3 nights Okavango Delta all inclusive luxury camp
US$1,611.29 per adult
3 Day Inner Okavango Delta Safari, all-inclusive
US$705.39 per adult
7Days 6Nights Botswana Highlights Safari
US$1,311.80 per adult
Okavango Delta for over 50's astute travellers
US$3,314.24 per adult
One Day Okavango Delta Boat Safari
US$250.00 per adult
One Day Mokoro Safari
US$148.72 per adult
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19-Day Desert Tracker Adventure Camping Tour from Cape Town
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19-Day Desert Tracker Adventure Camping Tour from Cape Town

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Avoid the hassle of spending days figuring out itineraries, transport, and accommodation by going on a convenient 19-day tour where everything is planned out for you, including meals and entry tickets too. Explore the diverse landscapes of Southern Africa in a safe and stress-free way in a fully equipped safari vehicle. Highlights include seeing Okavango Delta, Victoria Falls, Fish River Canyon, and going on game drives at Etosha National Park, and Chobe National Park.
US$2,230.36 per adult
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Arthur Z wrote a review Feb 2021
Kampala, Uganda5 contributions
The boat rides through the Delta, the elephants crossing and magnificent sun downs made my 4870kms from Uganda by road worthwhile. see you soon
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Christiinaaaa wrote a review Jan 2021
Los Angeles, California39 contributions7 helpful votes
I never seen so many animals in their natural habitat. This is place is a must! It is nothing compare to a zoo. You will be suprise to see so much and up close. The landscape is amazing, you are relaxing and drinking while enjoy all the views of different beautiful aninmals around you.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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stephen c wrote a review Sep 2020
Gaborone, Botswana216 contributions60 helpful votes
We stayed at a camp in the north western part of the delta. The facilities were first class as was our guide. The wildlife was as brilliant as ever
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Haelen wrote a review Mar 2020
Voorburg, The Netherlands393 contributions189 helpful votes
The delta is fantastic. We were there in February and were told that it is better in May, when most of the water from Angola has arrived. We made a scenic flight, a boat trip and a walk and all were great even in February.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Natalie M wrote a review Mar 2020
London, United Kingdom67 contributions25 helpful votes
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We had a 3 days/2 nights camping in Okavango Delta. The area itself is just breath-taking. Beautiful landscapes, many birds and animals, I couldn’t put my camera down. We didn’t see any cats close, but we could hear them. That is probably a case when we were glad not to meet them, because we were walking and not driving! We also had to keep a good distance from hippos and buffalos. It’s a place that makes you feel that you are so little without machines and equipment. And there were no mosquitos at all! It was our first camping experience, so many things were very new for us. However, with the help of our local guide Philip we quickly adapted to the conditions. Philip was fantastic, he was explaining us everything, making the biggest accent on our safety, but also doing everything possible for our comfort and entertainment. His knowledge about local wild life is phenomenal. We have learnt the official and local names of different species, many interesting facts about their lives and habits. Philip was shaping our walks and boat trips according to our wishes and interests and nothing was too much trouble for him. Unfortunately, our guide and tour organiser Pastor Maswanganyi from Swangs safaris, who was providing the 10 day tour from Johannesburg to Victoria Falls, was totally different. Before the trip he was telling us how well he knows the area, but in the Delta we weren’t provided with any information from him at all. Quite the opposite, he treated the trip like a personal holiday and was communicating only with local guides in the local language, spending time with a female guide, disappearing with her for a long time. That was the only beginning of our sad experience with Pastor Maswanganyi, later he has just escaped with our money, but that is a different story in a different review… Now we understand how lucky we were with Philip! If not for him, we would feel totally abandoned and helpless, and wouldn’t be able to enjoy the Okavango Delta. So we have learnt a lesson – check the guide you are going to trust your money and life, and, when you think you have checked, do it again!
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Date of experience: March 2020
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