Family Time in the Okavango Delta & Mozambique

Family Time in the Okavango Delta & Mozambique

Trip highlights

  • Blend big game with a beach holiday
  • Travel to one of Moremi’s best areas
  • Enjoy water and land safaris year-round
  • Spot wildlife from a viewing deck
  • Cruise the Delta in a traditional mokoro
  • Enjoy truly amazing bird watching
  • Island hop in the Bazaruto Archipelago
  • Scuba dive, snorkel and deep-sea fish
  • Feast on fresh seafood platters

Best time to go:  May – October

Tour at a glance

Discover a safari and beach vacation unlike any other on this 10-day journey that combines the breathtaking animals of Botswana’s fabled Okavango Delta with the beaches of Mozambique’s stunning Bazaruto Archipelago.

Starting from the ideal locations of Camp Okavango and Xugana Island Lodge, embark on a safari into the teeming floodplains and woodlands of the Okavango Delta while taking pleasure in serene canoe rides and exciting 4X4 game drives.

The Okavango Delta, one of Africa’s great wildlife regions, features a wide variety of ecosystems because of its eclectic combination of habitats. Classic African mammals like the lion, elephant, buffalo, and leopard, as well as aquatic species like the hippo and crocodile, have enormous populations. The general game viewing is always excellent at any time of year, and the bird watching is exceptional. Take a relaxing mokoro ride to continue your exploration of the area, go bird watching, or embark on a guided nature walk. The Delta’s nocturnal species are beginning to get active, so go on another game drive in the late afternoon before returning home in the early evening.

Then take a flight to Vilanculos, Mozambique, via Johannesburg, then a connecting flight to Azura for four days of sunbathing.

Island-hop in the magnificent Bazaruto Archipelago, unwind on white sand beaches, or arrange a diving tour to some of Africa’s top dive locations.

Dine outdoors on a fantastic seafood BBQ in the evenings or inside on Western cuisine.

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