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Botswana Flying Safari

From $7,595

  • Explore the Kalahari, the Okavango Delta, Moremi and Linyanti Game Reserves, and Chobe National Park
  • Travel by charter flights to cover more ground and enjoy fantastic bird’s-eye views of wildlife
  • Bask in the comforts and exclusivity of our luxury tented camps in Botswana’s finest private concessions

In 1982, Mountain Travel Sobek was one of the first American outfitters to operate safaris in Botswana. Ever since, we’ve carefully honed our itineraries to work only with the country’s finest concessions, streamlining transportation time and covering more ground through the use of private charter flights. On our Botswana Flying Safari, you’ll take in the country’s most incredible parks and game reserves by mokoro and 4-wheel-drive vehicle: the Kalahari Desert, the Okavango Delta, the Moremi and Linyanti Game Reserves, and Chobe National Park! And after days tracking classic games, you’ll bask in the comforts of our exclusive, luxury tented camp—complete with your own attached bathroom and private verandas. No one does safaris like MTS.

Day 1: Arrive in Maun – Central Kalahari

Arrive in Maun by midday. (Flights from Johannesburg to Maun are available on Air Botswana and South African Airways.)  After claiming your luggage and clearing customs, a Mountain Travel Sobek representative will meet you outside the customs area of the airport and transfer you to your connecting small aircraft flight to the Central Kalahari Game Reserve. Upon arrival, we’ll do a game drive en route to our deluxe tented camp, where we will enjoy private tents complete with attached bathrooms, hot showers, flush toilets and private decks overlooking the Kalahari Plains—each tent also has a roof platform for those wishing to sleep out under the stars.

  • Dinner
  • Accomodation:Kalahari Plains Camp

Day 2: Central Kalahari Game Reserve

Today, we might head to Deception Valley, one of the best places to observe the wildlife of the fragile Kalahari ecosystem (it was the site for researchers Mark and Delia Owens’ study on lions and brown hyenas). Deception Valley is one of a number of “fossil” riverbeds that are crucial features of the Kalahari ecosystem. In times past, huge rivers flowed through the Kalahari. Now, only the ancient beds of those streams remain. Though the rivers do not flow, water collects in pans on the river bed, and sweet short grasses attract concentrations of herbivores during the desert’s sparse rainy season. In the harsh Kalahari, game only collects into large groups during the rains, when an abundance of pasturage is available. In the dry months, the animals must disperse to wander widely in search of forage. Wildlife includes herds of golden springbok gazelle, gemsbok—the giant oryx of southern Africa, red hartebeest, eland, greater kudu, and a number of smaller antelopes. This area of the Kalahari is also noted for its fantastic predatory game viewing, which includes cheetahs and wild dogs.

Animals are more shy in the Kalahari than in many of Africa’s more visited game parks, and we must take care not to disturb them. The Kalahari is a harsh environment, in which the expenditure of undue energy can be the margin for an individual animal’s survival.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Kalahari Plains Camp

Days 3-4: Okavango Delta: Santawani Concession

Fly to Gomoti Tented Camp in the southeastern section of the Okavango Delta. 

Gomoti Tented Camp lies in the centre of the private 6 000-hectare Santawani Concession, in the south-east corner of the Okavango. The camp is nestled under large Acacia trees in a diverse game rich area. Most of the concession area is covered by a mixed woodland habitat that gives way to open grasslands that can transform into floodplains in years of plentiful water.

Accommodation is in five 5.1 x 3 metre Savannah canvas tents, which are spacious and comfortable, designed to recreate the style of the early explorers, with richly-coloured teak director chairs and comfortable interiors. Separate bedside tables with 12-volt reading lamps, wooden-framed wardrobes, comfortable twin beds and mirrors are provided. A private, en-suite toilet and shower forms part of the structure. Enjoy the view from your director chairs, under the shade of your veranda area during the mid-day.  Paraffin hurricane lanterns and a crackling campfire set the ambience in the evening, while fresh, sumptuous meals are prepared by your warm Explorations staff and served at a long table in the thatched dining area. An after-dinner digestif may be enjoyed around the fire or taken in the cosy lounge adjacent to the dining room.

 

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Gomoti Tented Camp

Days 5-6: Okavango Delta: Xigera Concession

Fly by small aircraft into the interior of the Okavango Delta. This great inland marsh, similar to Florida’s Everglades, is one of the most pristine and unique wilderness areas of Africa. Here the Okavango River spreads out through a sea of grass. Reeds and papyrus filter out the sediments of the Angola floods, leaving crystal clear waters to flow through channels covered in water lilies. Bird life is fantastic: the magnificent fish-eagle is a common sight, as are a wide variety of storks, herons, ibises, and other water birds, including pygmy geese, African darter, and malachite kingfishers. Larger wildlife is interesting, too: lechwe stamp through the grassy shallows while sitatunga take shelter in the reeds (both are types of antelopes). Hippo and crocodile are common.

To explore the Delta, we board eco-friendly fiberglass canoes, modeled on the traditional African wooden canoes called mekoro (we don’t have to cut down a huge old tree to make them), and paddle into its maze of meandering waterways. (Mokoro is the singular form, mekoro, the plural.) It’s a unique way to travel—our expert boatmen pole us through narrow channels that cut through mats of floating papyrus, then paddle us across lovely deep-water lagoons. We also enjoy wildlife viewing by vehicle and motor boat as we explore the larger Delta islands—an opportunity to see elephant, lechwe, sitatunga, or the rare and beautiful fishing owl. We explore our special private concession area—far from the normal tourist routes—and overnight at a special wilderness “water activity” camp on a Delta Island. We’ll enjoy the isolation and silence of the Delta night, punctuated only by the calls of the fishing owl and the comic snorting of hippos.

We will stay at Xigera Camp on the extreme western boundary of the Moremi Game Reserve in the heart of the Delta. Xigera is a paradise for avid bird-watchers and also boasts the highest density of the rare and elusive sitatunga found anywhere in the Delta. An interesting feature of Xigera is a wooden footbridge connecting Xigera Island with the one next to it, and you may be treated to close-up views of lion, hyena, or leopard sneaking across the bridge as they move between the islands. Luxuriously furnished tented rooms have en suite facilities and an outdoor shower. Along with the main dining and lounge areas, they are set on raised wooden platforms that allow great views over the floodplains. There is also a small plunge pool.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Xigera Camp

Days 7-8: Linyanti Concession

Fly to Duma Tau Camp in the Linyanti Game Reserve. This area is rich in game—there are excellent hippo pools, plenty of elephant, sable and roan antelope, and it’s great lion country. This is elephant country par excellence; it’s possible to see large congregations coming down to the river to drink and bathe, and it’s great fun to watch their social interactions.

Other wildlife is abundant here, too, either along the Savuti Marsh or in the wooded hills behind: leopard, kudu, giraffe, zebra, and warthog are all resident species. We’ll search for reclusive predators such as the African wildcat, civet, and the beautiful long-legged serval cat. Another specialty is the beautifully marked Chobe bushbuck. Bird life on the Linyanti marsh is always spectacular: storks catch thermal currents, herons, egrets, waterfowl, hornbills, kingfishers, and lilac-breasted rollers are always in abundance; seasonally, we can find colonies of gaily-colored white-fronted and carmine bee-eaters. In addition to superb game viewing aboard our safari vehicle, we may be able to go on game drives at night in search of nocturnal animals. Lions and leopards are most active at night, so we will have a good chance to observe the big cats on the prowl (water levels permitting). Our camp features large walk-in tented rooms with attached bathrooms, a thatched dining area, bar, and plunge pool.  The camp is built on raised boardwalks under a shady grove of mangosteen trees, overlooking a large hippo-filled lagoon on the Linyanti waterways.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:DumaTau Camp

Day 9: Livingstone – Victoria Falls

Fly to Kasane for an exciting 2-hour lunch cruise on the Chobe River—an area teeming with wildlife. Then transfer overland to Livingstone, Zambia, and arrive mid-afternoon at beautiful Toka Leya Camp, nestled against the Zambezi River less than 4 miles upstream from Victoria Falls. Accommodations are spacious safari-style tents, on raised wooden decks with sliding glass doors and spectacular views of the Zambezi River. Upon our arrival, we will take a short cruise on the upper Zambezi and enjoy our last sunset with views of the magnificent spray of Victoria Falls. In the evening, we will have a festive farewell dinner under the stars.

2016 ITINERARY

Fly to Maun where you will board your international departing flight home.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Toka Leya Camp

Day 10: Depart

Our last morning is reserved for a 1½-hour walking tour of Victoria Falls. There are many inviting trails to stroll, where we can admire the lush tropical vegetation and take in incredible views of the falls. Transfer to the airport in the late morning for departure on homeward-bound flights. Please reserve your flight after 1 p.m. (If you would like to partake in the many available activities at the falls, you will need to spend an extra day or two in Livingstone. Optional activities include rafting on the Zambezi River, elephant-back safaris, microflights over the falls, bungee jumping, and more!

  • Breakfast

Sep 10 - 19, 2015 High Season

Oct 03 - 12, 2015 High Season

Dec 20 - 29, 2015 Green Season

Feb 04 - 13, 2016 Green Season

May 03 - 12, 2016 Green Season

Jun 28, 2016 - Jul 07, 2016 High Season

Sep 02 - 11, 2016 High Season

Oct 03 - 12, 2016 High Season

Dec 20 - 29, 2016 Green Season

pricing

2015 Prices, per person - Green Season (Feb, May, Dec)

$ 7,835 (2-8 members)
$ 1,900 internal air
$ 1,450 single supplement

2015 Prices, per person - High Season (June-October)

$ 8,195 (2-8 members)
$ 1,900 internal air
$ 1,500 single supplement

2016 Prices, per person - Green Season (Feb, May, Dec)*

$ 7,595 (2-8 members)
$ 1,600 internal air
$ 945 single supplement

2016 Prices, per person - High Season (June-October)*

$ 7,995 (2-8 members)
$ 1,600 internal air
$ 950 single supplement

*NOTE: The 2016 itinerary is 9 days and does not visit Zambia/Victoria Falls.

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DumaTau Camp — Linyanti Concession

Spacious luxury tents lie in the shade of a mangosteen grove and overlook a hippo-filled lagoon. Each tent features an en-suite bathroom and an outdoor shower, and the main area offers a dining room, pub, lounge and pool.

Gomoti Tented Camp — Santawani Concession

Gomoti Tented Camp lies in the centre of the private 6 000-hectare Santawani Concession, in the south-east corner of the Okavango. The camp is nestled under large Acacia trees in a diverse game rich area. Most of the concession area is covered by a mixed woodland habitat that gives way to open grasslands that can transform into floodplains in years of plentiful water.

Accommodation is in five 5.1 x 3 metre Savannah canvas tents, which are spacious and comfortable, designed to recreate the style of the early explorers, with richly-coloured teak director chairs and comfortable interiors. Separate bedside tables with 12-volt reading lamps, wooden-framed wardrobes, comfortable twin beds and mirrors are provided. A private, en-suite toilet and shower forms part of the structure. Enjoy the view from your director chairs, under the shade of your veranda area during the mid-day.  Paraffin hurricane lanterns and a crackling campfire set the ambience in the evening, while fresh, sumptuous meals are prepared by your warm Explorations staff and served at a long table in the thatched dining area. An after-dinner digestif may be enjoyed around the fire or taken in the cosy lounge adjacent to the dining room.

Kalahari Plains Camp — Central Kalahari Game Reserve, Botswana

Located in a remote part of the Central Kalahari Game Reserve, this camp offers some of the best summer wildlife viewing opportunities in Africa. Each Meru-style, en-suite tent is raised off the ground to catch the breeze and offers its own viewing deck for sleeping under the stars.

Toka Leya Camp — Livingston, Zambia

Overlooking the Zambezi River and shaded under the canopy of jackalberry and waterberry trees, Toka Leya offers spacious, Safari-style tents with expansive wooden decks, climate control, and beautiful views.

Xigera Camp — Okavango Delta, Botswana

Xigera Camp (pronounced Keejera) lies on the aptly named Paradise Island, surrounded by deep channels and lush vegetation. There are ten raised luxury tents with en-suite facilities, an outdoor shower – and superb views of the classic Okavango Delta floodplains that surround the camp. Meals and evening drinks are enjoyed in the lounge, bar and dining area overlooking a permanently flowing channel or under the stars in a traditional African boma. For those hot days there is a small plunge pool in which to cool off.

  • Explore the Kalahari, the Okavango Delta, Moremi and Linyanti Game Reserves, and Chobe National Park
  • Travel by charter flights to cover more ground and enjoy fantastic bird’s-eye views of wildlife
  • Bask in the comforts and exclusivity of our luxury tented camps in Botswana’s finest private concessions

In 1982, Mountain Travel Sobek was one of the first American outfitters to operate safaris in Botswana. Ever since, we’ve carefully honed our itineraries to work only with the country’s finest concessions, streamlining transportation time and covering more ground through the use of private charter flights. On our Botswana Flying Safari, you’ll take in the country’s most incredible parks and game reserves by mokoro and 4-wheel-drive vehicle: the Kalahari Desert, the Okavango Delta, the Moremi and Linyanti Game Reserves, and Chobe National Park! And after days tracking classic games, you’ll bask in the comforts of our exclusive, luxury tented camp—complete with your own attached bathroom and private verandas. No one does safaris like MTS.

DAILY itinerary

Day 1: Arrive in Maun – Central Kalahari

Arrive in Maun by midday. (Flights from Johannesburg to Maun are available on Air Botswana and South African Airways.)  After claiming your luggage and clearing customs, a Mountain Travel Sobek representative will meet you outside the customs area of the airport and transfer you to your connecting small aircraft flight to the Central Kalahari Game Reserve. Upon arrival, we’ll do a game drive en route to our deluxe tented camp, where we will enjoy private tents complete with attached bathrooms, hot showers, flush toilets and private decks overlooking the Kalahari Plains—each tent also has a roof platform for those wishing to sleep out under the stars.

  • Dinner
  • Accomodation:Kalahari Plains Camp

Day 2: Central Kalahari Game Reserve

Today, we might head to Deception Valley, one of the best places to observe the wildlife of the fragile Kalahari ecosystem (it was the site for researchers Mark and Delia Owens’ study on lions and brown hyenas). Deception Valley is one of a number of “fossil” riverbeds that are crucial features of the Kalahari ecosystem. In times past, huge rivers flowed through the Kalahari. Now, only the ancient beds of those streams remain. Though the rivers do not flow, water collects in pans on the river bed, and sweet short grasses attract concentrations of herbivores during the desert’s sparse rainy season. In the harsh Kalahari, game only collects into large groups during the rains, when an abundance of pasturage is available. In the dry months, the animals must disperse to wander widely in search of forage. Wildlife includes herds of golden springbok gazelle, gemsbok—the giant oryx of southern Africa, red hartebeest, eland, greater kudu, and a number of smaller antelopes. This area of the Kalahari is also noted for its fantastic predatory game viewing, which includes cheetahs and wild dogs.

Animals are more shy in the Kalahari than in many of Africa’s more visited game parks, and we must take care not to disturb them. The Kalahari is a harsh environment, in which the expenditure of undue energy can be the margin for an individual animal’s survival.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Kalahari Plains Camp

Days 3-4: Okavango Delta: Santawani Concession

Fly to Gomoti Tented Camp in the southeastern section of the Okavango Delta. 

Gomoti Tented Camp lies in the centre of the private 6 000-hectare Santawani Concession, in the south-east corner of the Okavango. The camp is nestled under large Acacia trees in a diverse game rich area. Most of the concession area is covered by a mixed woodland habitat that gives way to open grasslands that can transform into floodplains in years of plentiful water.

Accommodation is in five 5.1 x 3 metre Savannah canvas tents, which are spacious and comfortable, designed to recreate the style of the early explorers, with richly-coloured teak director chairs and comfortable interiors. Separate bedside tables with 12-volt reading lamps, wooden-framed wardrobes, comfortable twin beds and mirrors are provided. A private, en-suite toilet and shower forms part of the structure. Enjoy the view from your director chairs, under the shade of your veranda area during the mid-day.  Paraffin hurricane lanterns and a crackling campfire set the ambience in the evening, while fresh, sumptuous meals are prepared by your warm Explorations staff and served at a long table in the thatched dining area. An after-dinner digestif may be enjoyed around the fire or taken in the cosy lounge adjacent to the dining room.

 

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Gomoti Tented Camp

Days 5-6: Okavango Delta: Xigera Concession

Fly by small aircraft into the interior of the Okavango Delta. This great inland marsh, similar to Florida’s Everglades, is one of the most pristine and unique wilderness areas of Africa. Here the Okavango River spreads out through a sea of grass. Reeds and papyrus filter out the sediments of the Angola floods, leaving crystal clear waters to flow through channels covered in water lilies. Bird life is fantastic: the magnificent fish-eagle is a common sight, as are a wide variety of storks, herons, ibises, and other water birds, including pygmy geese, African darter, and malachite kingfishers. Larger wildlife is interesting, too: lechwe stamp through the grassy shallows while sitatunga take shelter in the reeds (both are types of antelopes). Hippo and crocodile are common.

To explore the Delta, we board eco-friendly fiberglass canoes, modeled on the traditional African wooden canoes called mekoro (we don’t have to cut down a huge old tree to make them), and paddle into its maze of meandering waterways. (Mokoro is the singular form, mekoro, the plural.) It’s a unique way to travel—our expert boatmen pole us through narrow channels that cut through mats of floating papyrus, then paddle us across lovely deep-water lagoons. We also enjoy wildlife viewing by vehicle and motor boat as we explore the larger Delta islands—an opportunity to see elephant, lechwe, sitatunga, or the rare and beautiful fishing owl. We explore our special private concession area—far from the normal tourist routes—and overnight at a special wilderness “water activity” camp on a Delta Island. We’ll enjoy the isolation and silence of the Delta night, punctuated only by the calls of the fishing owl and the comic snorting of hippos.

We will stay at Xigera Camp on the extreme western boundary of the Moremi Game Reserve in the heart of the Delta. Xigera is a paradise for avid bird-watchers and also boasts the highest density of the rare and elusive sitatunga found anywhere in the Delta. An interesting feature of Xigera is a wooden footbridge connecting Xigera Island with the one next to it, and you may be treated to close-up views of lion, hyena, or leopard sneaking across the bridge as they move between the islands. Luxuriously furnished tented rooms have en suite facilities and an outdoor shower. Along with the main dining and lounge areas, they are set on raised wooden platforms that allow great views over the floodplains. There is also a small plunge pool.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Xigera Camp

Days 7-8: Linyanti Concession

Fly to Duma Tau Camp in the Linyanti Game Reserve. This area is rich in game—there are excellent hippo pools, plenty of elephant, sable and roan antelope, and it’s great lion country. This is elephant country par excellence; it’s possible to see large congregations coming down to the river to drink and bathe, and it’s great fun to watch their social interactions.

Other wildlife is abundant here, too, either along the Savuti Marsh or in the wooded hills behind: leopard, kudu, giraffe, zebra, and warthog are all resident species. We’ll search for reclusive predators such as the African wildcat, civet, and the beautiful long-legged serval cat. Another specialty is the beautifully marked Chobe bushbuck. Bird life on the Linyanti marsh is always spectacular: storks catch thermal currents, herons, egrets, waterfowl, hornbills, kingfishers, and lilac-breasted rollers are always in abundance; seasonally, we can find colonies of gaily-colored white-fronted and carmine bee-eaters. In addition to superb game viewing aboard our safari vehicle, we may be able to go on game drives at night in search of nocturnal animals. Lions and leopards are most active at night, so we will have a good chance to observe the big cats on the prowl (water levels permitting). Our camp features large walk-in tented rooms with attached bathrooms, a thatched dining area, bar, and plunge pool.  The camp is built on raised boardwalks under a shady grove of mangosteen trees, overlooking a large hippo-filled lagoon on the Linyanti waterways.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:DumaTau Camp

Day 9: Livingstone – Victoria Falls

Fly to Kasane for an exciting 2-hour lunch cruise on the Chobe River—an area teeming with wildlife. Then transfer overland to Livingstone, Zambia, and arrive mid-afternoon at beautiful Toka Leya Camp, nestled against the Zambezi River less than 4 miles upstream from Victoria Falls. Accommodations are spacious safari-style tents, on raised wooden decks with sliding glass doors and spectacular views of the Zambezi River. Upon our arrival, we will take a short cruise on the upper Zambezi and enjoy our last sunset with views of the magnificent spray of Victoria Falls. In the evening, we will have a festive farewell dinner under the stars.

2016 ITINERARY

Fly to Maun where you will board your international departing flight home.

  • Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner
  • Accomodation:Toka Leya Camp

Day 10: Depart

Our last morning is reserved for a 1½-hour walking tour of Victoria Falls. There are many inviting trails to stroll, where we can admire the lush tropical vegetation and take in incredible views of the falls. Transfer to the airport in the late morning for departure on homeward-bound flights. Please reserve your flight after 1 p.m. (If you would like to partake in the many available activities at the falls, you will need to spend an extra day or two in Livingstone. Optional activities include rafting on the Zambezi River, elephant-back safaris, microflights over the falls, bungee jumping, and more!

  • Breakfast

DumaTau Camp — Linyanti Concession

Spacious luxury tents lie in the shade of a mangosteen grove and overlook a hippo-filled lagoon. Each tent features an en-suite bathroom and an outdoor shower, and the main area offers a dining room, pub, lounge and pool.

Gomoti Tented Camp — Santawani Concession

Gomoti Tented Camp lies in the centre of the private 6 000-hectare Santawani Concession, in the south-east corner of the Okavango. The camp is nestled under large Acacia trees in a diverse game rich area. Most of the concession area is covered by a mixed woodland habitat that gives way to open grasslands that can transform into floodplains in years of plentiful water.

Accommodation is in five 5.1 x 3 metre Savannah canvas tents, which are spacious and comfortable, designed to recreate the style of the early explorers, with richly-coloured teak director chairs and comfortable interiors. Separate bedside tables with 12-volt reading lamps, wooden-framed wardrobes, comfortable twin beds and mirrors are provided. A private, en-suite toilet and shower forms part of the structure. Enjoy the view from your director chairs, under the shade of your veranda area during the mid-day.  Paraffin hurricane lanterns and a crackling campfire set the ambience in the evening, while fresh, sumptuous meals are prepared by your warm Explorations staff and served at a long table in the thatched dining area. An after-dinner digestif may be enjoyed around the fire or taken in the cosy lounge adjacent to the dining room.

Kalahari Plains Camp — Central Kalahari Game Reserve, Botswana

Located in a remote part of the Central Kalahari Game Reserve, this camp offers some of the best summer wildlife viewing opportunities in Africa. Each Meru-style, en-suite tent is raised off the ground to catch the breeze and offers its own viewing deck for sleeping under the stars.

Toka Leya Camp — Livingston, Zambia

Overlooking the Zambezi River and shaded under the canopy of jackalberry and waterberry trees, Toka Leya offers spacious, Safari-style tents with expansive wooden decks, climate control, and beautiful views.

Xigera Camp — Okavango Delta, Botswana

Xigera Camp (pronounced Keejera) lies on the aptly named Paradise Island, surrounded by deep channels and lush vegetation. There are ten raised luxury tents with en-suite facilities, an outdoor shower – and superb views of the classic Okavango Delta floodplains that surround the camp. Meals and evening drinks are enjoyed in the lounge, bar and dining area overlooking a permanently flowing channel or under the stars in a traditional African boma. For those hot days there is a small plunge pool in which to cool off.

Dates and Pricing

Sep 10 - 19, 2015 High Season

Oct 03 - 12, 2015 High Season

Dec 20 - 29, 2015 Green Season

Feb 04 - 13, 2016 Green Season

May 03 - 12, 2016 Green Season

Jun 28, 2016 - Jul 07, 2016 High Season

Sep 02 - 11, 2016 High Season

Oct 03 - 12, 2016 High Season

Dec 20 - 29, 2016 Green Season

pricing

2015 Prices, per person - Green Season (Feb, May, Dec)

$ 7,835 (2-8 members)
$ 1,900 internal air
$ 1,450 single supplement

2015 Prices, per person - High Season (June-October)

$ 8,195 (2-8 members)
$ 1,900 internal air
$ 1,500 single supplement

2016 Prices, per person - Green Season (Feb, May, Dec)*

$ 7,595 (2-8 members)
$ 1,600 internal air
$ 945 single supplement

2016 Prices, per person - High Season (June-October)*

$ 7,995 (2-8 members)
$ 1,600 internal air
$ 950 single supplement

*NOTE: The 2016 itinerary is 9 days and does not visit Zambia/Victoria Falls.

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