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Dulang of Central Khalahari WildTours arranged a wonderful overnight adventure for us, and mokoro polers and guides Jason and MD shared their wealth of information about this delta they know so intimately.
Took a two week camping safari around the Delta and saw every large species in profusion. You can travel from wildlife reserve to park to sanctuary all different, with different animals and birds. You can go out into the Delta by canoe or fly over...More
We took a boat from Guma Lagoon Camp to an island where we were met by some lads to take us in pairs on mokoros (traditional dugout canoes) exploring the network of water pathways floating through thick vegetation and then wider expanses filled with water...More
As well as the obvious amazing giragfes zebras antelopes and predators -there are lovely birds (take binoculars) and a slim guide book. I loved the grasses and wildflowers . take a mkoro. Ride. Walk. Enjoy.
We stayed three night at the Splash Camp. This camp was built in 2018 near to the former Kwara Camp. Our target to watch the wild cats was fully met. Lions, Leopard and Cheetahs we saw within 24 hours; beside many others like hippos, wild...More
A Mokoro trip into the Delta is a definite must for anyone visiting Maun.
We were referred to local operator Liquid Giraffe and were very happy with our all inclusive overnight two day trip. Keso our contact in Maun welcomed us at their offices and...More
Three days on an island in the delta, reached only by mokoro with bush camping was spectacular. Peaceful. Great bird and game viewing, with wilderness walks.
Large herds of elephant and buffalo passed behind the campsite, and integrating with the local polers in camp was...More
A great time to visit this World Heritage site is during the wet season as so many baby impalas and colorful butterflies abound! My favorite tented camps are; Chitabe Lediba, Little Tubu and Little Vumbura due to the abundance of game and the different activities...More
Response from NextPlanetTravel | Reviewed this property |
I used Safari Footprint and Botswana Bush Guide Rogers Mosepele. I can highly recommend both. It all depends upon the level of safari you want to go on. I was in Botswana for three months, based in Maun but going on... More
I used Safari Footprint and Botswana Bush Guide Rogers Mosepele. I can highly recommend both. It all depends upon the level of safari you want to go on. I was in Botswana for three months, based in Maun but going on intermittent safaris.
Response from jessicamX149WZ | Reviewed this property |
Hi Rishi S
When we were in Botswana we used our own car but requested the lodge for driver who took us on safari, he owns a safari company. We stayed at Jump Street Chalets in Maun I’m sure you can email them they can be... More
Hi Rishi S
When we were in Botswana we used our own car but requested the lodge for driver who took us on safari, he owns a safari company. We stayed at Jump Street Chalets in Maun I’m sure you can email them they can be able to assist you.