Below are brief descriptions of the destinations we travel to on our Tailor-Made Safaris
The Okavango Delta
The world’s largest inland delta is one of the last strongholds for wildlife on planet earth. One of the seven natural wonders of Africa this vast and remote wetland is one of the best places to view wildlife in their natural habitat. The land of a thousand rivers with crystal clear waters, pristine lagoons, and an extraordinary network of channels curving through the Kalahari sand, this is truly a spectacular oasis.
The Okavango Delta’s diversity relates to an ever-changing dynamic system. Ancient Mopane forests overlook seasonal floodplains and surrounding inland lagoons with a variety of pools. The contrast between the Mopane woodlands and aquatic vegetation proves a perfect habitat for biodiversity in fauna & flora. Having an array of varied habitats this ecosystem delivers a unique experience to enjoy game drives and boating alike.
The Kalahari Desert
We operate our Kalahari Desert safaris in three diverse ecosystems, the Nxai pan/Makgadikgadi Pans National Park & the Central Kalahari Game Reserve. These protected areas are characterized by undulating grass plains, mixed woodland, palm belts, mopane scrub, fossil valleys, and salt pans. Home to the second largest migration of zebras and wildebeest in Africa. A natural haven for a diverse range of desert adapted mammals. From the magnificent Gemsbok crossing the endless plains to the rare Brown Hyena, not to mention Aardwolf, Giraffe, Ostrich, Zebra, Wildebeest, Eland, Springbok, Lion, Leopard, Cheetah, and Wild Dog.
The areas we explore are an important crossroad for much larger mammals that migrate between the Okavango and Chobe in the North and Boteti in the South. Elephants have crossed here for thousands of years leaving a network of age-old paths that lead from pan to pan in search of precious water and food. The landscapes in these desert environments are truly unique and incredible. Imagine a dried-up Salt Lake with islands of baobabs looking over a white salt sea. In some parts, the landscape gives you a feeling of being on the moon.
Tsanakona Ward, Maun, Botswana
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