7 Days Botswana Safari 2022

7 Days Botswana Safari

7 Days Botswana Safari : From Kasane to Maun! Kasane is the first stop on the Safari trip Premium Botswana. The tour includes 3 additional Botswana locations. A 7-day Premium excursion into Botswana’s heart will let you to see the country’s wilderness and friendly people first-hand. The Ntwetwe Salt Pans are home to a family of meerkats and a private reserve on the Boteti River. Botswana’s natural treasures will take your breath away, from the Chobe National Park’s rich biodiversity to the Makgadikgadi Pans’ eerie beauty.

Because of this, campers who arrive before sunrise have the opportunity to observe wildlife. On lengthy journey days, there will be numerous early starts, either to take advantage of better safari conditions or to avoid the morning traffic on the way there.

Summary 7 Days Botswana Safari.

Day 1: Arrival and Transfer to Chobe National Park.

Day 2: Explore Chobe River

Day 3: Full Day Boat Cruise on Chobe River

Day 4: Makgadikgadi Pans

Day 5: Boteti River

Day 6: Game Drive- Boteti River

Day 7: Transfer Back to Maun & Departure.

Detailed Itinerary for 7 Days Botswana Safari.

Day 1: Arrival and Transfer to Chobe National Park.

Greetings from Botswana! Africa’s Chobe National Park, home to the continent’s biggest population of elephants, is where your journey begins. On arrival at Chobe National Park, you will be met at the airport and taken directly to your hotel on the Chobe Riverbank. You’ll meet your tour guide and a small group of fellow travellers for a welcome gathering at 6 p.m. at this location. A notice in the hotel lobby or at the hotel desk will let you know when and where the event will take place. Dinner with your group and leader will follow after your meeting. Take in the sights and sounds of the Chobe River as you eat on a feast of native cuisine and African flavours. Dinner and overnight at Chobe Safari Lodge.

Day 2: Explore Chobe River

In Chobe National Park, get up early for a wildlife drive in the morning. There are elephants drinking at the river’s bank, big herds of Cape buffaloes, and a significant number of impalas in the park as well. Continue on to the Namibian side of the Chobe River after breakfast. Chobe River Camp, your featured property, is located across the river from the world-famous Chobe Nature Reserve and is the perfect place to relax and unwind. Using local Mopane wood and canvas, the camp’s tented cabins are stunningly built.

Get comfortable in nature, with solar-powered lighting and air conditioning and private decks with unmatched views of the huge, wildlife-rich bushland. On arrival, have a substantial meal at the lodge before taking a break to laze about in front of a swimming pool with a drink in hand, or explore the Chobe River from the resort’s bar. If you’re interested in a canoe excursion, a guided hike, or a birding drive, talk to your leader.  Dinner and accommodation at Chobe River Camp.

Day 3: Full Day Boat Cruise on Chobe River

Get ready for your full-day trip on the Chobe River, which begins with breakfast. Most people don’t get to see this portion of the river, so you’ll get a unique opportunity to observe a variety of species without having to deal with large crowds. Elephants, buffalo, and antelope may all be seen in big groups in this location.

Lunch and drinks may be had on a tiny island, and you can explore the river’s channels and dock at a small island to see the rich bird life. A great day is capped off with a relaxing return to your lodge just in time for sunset. Dinner and accommodation are the same as above.

Day 4: Makgadikgadi Pans

Your trip to the huge salt flats and lush grasslands of the Makgadikgadi Pans continues as you head south in the Namib Desert. The Makgadikgadi Pans, located in Botswana’s northeast, are all that’s left of Makgadikgadi Lake. This afternoon, take a 4×4 expedition to explore your gold-hued, surreal surroundings. As you search for aardvarks, ostriches, and mongooses, the vast salt flat will spread in front of you.

Flamingos and pelicans fill the sky over the Nata bird sanctuary. As the sun sets, enjoy beverages and nibbles on the pans while taking in the beautiful surroundings. Afterwards, you may dine at the lodge and reminisce about your wonderful day. Dinner and overnight at Nata Lodge.

Day 5: Boteti River

Make the most of a very early start this morning by packing breakfast and heading out the door. Experiences such as today’s will be cherished for a long time to come. You’ll find a family of Meerkats living on the edge of the Ntwetwe saltpan. You’ll be able to watch their morning routines with the help of trackers if you arrive in time. Seen in their natural habitat, meerkats sunbathe in the morning sun before setting out on their daily foraging expeditions.

Visit a nearby lodge for lunch before continuing to the Boteti River for a swim. The river attracts about 25,000 zebras each year from the nearby Makgadigadi Pans Game Reserve. The only permanent water source in this area, it is frequented by animals such as elephants, lions, cheetah and many more. Entirely solar-powered eco-lodge tents await you in the evening. Dinner and overnight at Leopard Plains Lodge.

Day 6: Game Drive- Boteti River

An expert game ranger will lead you on a 4×4 game drive to start your day off on the right foot. An antelope, a blue wildebeest, zebras, and giraffes live in the private reserve of your eco-lodge. There are also a number of predators, such as lions, leopards, and wild dogs, that frequent the property. As you search for these creatures, your ranger will offer information about their behaviours. Retire to your lodge for lunch and some time to unwind by the pool after your thrilling game-viewing excursion. Take a midnight game drive through the private conservancy to look for animals that emerge as the sun sets — a rare experience not available in the national parks. Dinner and overnight same as above.

Day 7: Transfer Back to Maun & Departure.

A trained guide will lead you on a wildlife tour this morning. Discover new ways to see plants, trees, and animals, as well as details that are typically missed on game drives. He or she will share their expertise and assist you get a better grasp of the area. Afterwards, it’s time for a road trip to Maun, the Okavango Delta’s entrance. A small plane may be chartered to fly above the delta for a bird’s-eye view for those who are interested.

As a result, it is possible to grasp the immense size of the waterscape. More information about this activity and how to secure a spot may be obtained from your group leader. The trip ends in Maun with a drop off at any hotel of your choice or at the airport. End of Safari.

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