- Cruise down the legendary Chobe River
- Spot Botswana’s huge elephant herds
- Enjoy an Okavango Delta eco-friendly camp
- Enjoy Indian Ocean seclusion in the Bazaruto Archipelago
- Snorkel off magnificent coral reefs
- Indulge in private, romantic beach dinners
Best time to go: April – October
Tour at a glance:
Enjoy a traditional big game safari in Botswana for 15 days while also relaxing on a private island off the stunning tropical coast of Mozambique.
Explore two distinct areas of the fabled Moremi Game Reserve and Okavango Delta by traditional canoe, motorboat, and 4X4 – the game viewing is excellent and the bird watching phenomenal. Begin with a stay at an elegant lodge on the wooded escarpment overlooking the Chobe River, one of Africa’s top destinations for elephants.
Take exhilarating game drives to look for Chobe’s enormous elephant herds, which are particularly active between June and October, as well as thriving buffalo and lion populations. In addition to numerous antelope species, the region is home to giraffe, leopard, baboon, and an incredible number of birds.
You may experience wildlife in a different way by taking a speedboat along the Chobe River, where you will almost certainly spot crocodiles, hippos, and a few surprises.
In the sweltering heat of the day, you can unwind at the lodge, cool down in the pool, or indulge in a variety of luxurious professional spa treatments in the privacy of your own room.
Enjoy traditional canoe and motorboat trips for the chance to be guided through the watery, wildlife-filled channels, 4X4 game drives to search for the region’s renown wildlife, guided nature walks to gain insight into the environment’s fascinating details, and traditional safaris to fully appreciate the world’s largest inland delta.
Return to camp for a once-in-a-lifetime encounter with the three resident elephants, and then have a sumptuous dinner outside under the stars that evening.
Fly to Chief’s Island, the largest landmass in the Okavango Delta, and spend the next two nights there at Chief’s Camp.
Wildlife is very abundant here, especially species that prefer the dry conditions of the Okavango Delta. Go on game drives to look for the many and ever-rewarding predators that prowl this area, including the lion, cheetah, leopard, and wild dog.
The region is also the only place in Botswana where you can witness the endangered white rhino in its native environment. Enjoy game drives in the morning, afternoon, and evening or take a mokoro (canoe) tour along the Delta’s numerous channels. Spend the hottest portion of the day back at camp, lounging by the pool or treating yourself to one of the many spa services while admiring your picturesque surroundings.
After that, be taken to Azura @ Benguerra Island in Mozambique. The next seven nights will be spent in this isolated paradise’s stunning coral reefs and pristine waters.
Enjoy various water sports like windsurfing, water skiing, and sea kayaking before finishing with a private dinner for two while your bare feet are in the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. Snorkel and scuba dive to explore the hidden jewel that is the neighbouring coral reef.