Our game drives are designed to take you close to the wildlife rich spots of the protected areas. This gives you an opportunity to view wild animals in their natural habitat as they go about their daily activities.
Game drives are done during the day or night time, and the best times are early in the morning and late afternoons, when it is much cooler. Night game drives are however not allowed in the game reserve and national parks of Botswana but only offered in concession areas.
Our safari guides are highly knowledgeable and familiar with the protected areas of Botswana and are able to give lots of information about the animals and their habitats.
Tourists who prefer walking safaris are always offered with an opportunity to walk around to experience wilderness and wildlife, accompanied by fully qualified safari guide.
There you are introduced to the most beautiful landscape, wildlife species, identifications and picking of various hardly found natural items.
These activities are conducted from the early mornings and afternoons of the day.
Get to understand and experience the lifestyle of Batswana, one on one with Batswana’s truly colourful experience with all the different cultures and societies, their traditional clothing, way of living, their food, their art and entertainment.
Our cultural tours are conducted by local guides with knowledge of the different ethnic groups and cultures.
A translator is always available to help clients communicate with the locals.
Wildlife viewing using motor powered boat, this is done normally to see some certain flora and fauna which are hundred percent water loving and water dependent.
Sometimes endangered species that cannot be seen through vehicles or flight like Sitatunga, in most cases motor boats are used to transfer guests into the delta if not by flight or vehicles.
Sometimes referred to as game flight, unlike game drives, scenic or game flights last about 45 minutes to an hour.
Here our guests explore the Okavango Delta, Chiefs Island reaching the most prominent parts of the delta which cannot be reached by vehicles.
Our clients have an excellent opportunity to see and understand the formation of the delta, like the Pan Handle.
The mokoro is a common type of canoe used to get around in the shallow waters of the Okavango Delta. The guide stands in the back of mokoro and pushes it with the pole to give clients tranquillity.
Traditionally mokoros are made from dug out trunks of a large straight trees, like ebony, and sausage tree but today, for conservation purposes they are more commonly made from fiberglass.
It gives the occupants a view of the delta and a feeling that they are actually floating ever so gently down the river.