Victoria Falls & Botswana 12 Nights 13 Days Mobile Tented Camping Safari. Lodging & Camping

Our 13 Day Victoria Falls & Botswana National Parks and Game Reserves adventurous way of seeing the beautiful nature in Africa. Camping and doing game drives, boat cruises and our traditional canoeing trip.

Day 1: – We meet the guests at the Victoria Falls International airport and drive to the hotel or lodge in Victoria Falls, we will then do the tour of the Falls in the afternoon which will last for a couple of hours. We will then go back to our hotel or lodge for a night

Day 2: We wake up around 0700 hours’ have leisurely breakfast and drive to Chobe National Park for our first boat cruise which will last for about 3 hours or more before we embark on our game drive vehicle to slowly head for the campsite, we might see a lot of wildlife on our way to the campsite, lunch will be served in town and we will arrive at the campsite in the evening where we will find the rest of the team waiting with well come drinks before campsite orientation. Dinner will be served after settling and the fire will be available to help us enjoy the Clear African Sky in the middle of the untouched wilderness.

Day 3: Early wake up, morning breakfast and leave campsite around 0700 hours for a morning game drive which will last for about 5 hours before we go back for lunch at our campsite. After lunch we will drive to town for a boat cruise starting around 1500 hours and will last around sunset time and we then go back to the campsite for dinner served with cold wine and beers.

Day 4: Drive to Savuti, will be conducted as a full day drive, arriving at the permanent camp in the evening with water, bathing tab, nice situated along the Dried Savuti channel and not very far from the artificial waterhole, lots of animal action from the waterhole. There will be some wildlife on the way, and we will stop for some photos. Lunch will be served en route and water. Drinks and alcohol will be also available.

Day 5:
We spend a full day in Savuti, doing game drives which will be divided into two, morning and afternoon, lunch will be served in the camp and after enjoying a delicious meal, we will have a rest before leaving the camp for the afternoon game drive, which will last for about 3 hours.

Day 6:
Drive to Khwai Moremi Game Reserve (Eastern part of Okavango Delta) this will be conducted as a full day drive; lunch will be provided en route, lots of wildlife on the way.

Day 7: Stay in Khwai, doing a morning game drives, leaving around 0700 hours and coming back to the campsite for lunch and do afternoon game drive after some rest, which will end around sunset.

Day 8:
Early morning drive around Khwai Moremi Game Reserve (Southern part of Okavango Delta), leaving the camp at 0700 hours and arriving to the campsite around. We will also do a traditional canoeing trip for about 2 hours during our activities to have a taste of our traditional water transport and some animals will be also viewed during the activity, many different species will be available.

Day 9:
Stay in Khwai Moremi Game Reserve, doing a morning game drive of about 4 to 5 hours, back to the campsite for lunch, have some couple of hour’s tom rest, and go back for afternoon game drive and coming back at sunset.

Day 10:
We will move further up from Khwai Moremi Game Reserve to another part of the reserve where will do a boat cruise on the Okavango River. This will be a full day drive, the whole idea will be to take it easy and get to the campsite in the evening, lunch, and beverages will be available en route.

Day 11:
Morning game drive around Xakanaxa area and go back to the campsite for lunch. We will also do an afternoon boat cruise, which will go up sunset. Great place for all different species of animals and birds.

Day 12:
– Early morning breakfast and go out for our last game drive slowly heading to Maun for a night, lunch and beverages will be available en route.

Day 13:
We drive to Maun International Airport for a drop off.

Amenities/Tent Features

Authentic Tent

  • Big wider tent & Normal bed
  • En suite flushing toilet & shower
  • Sink for brushing teeth and back mirror
  • Side bed table
  • Tent wardrobe with shelves
  • Linen(Duvets, blankets, sheets, pillow, towels)
  • Mosquito Repellents
  • 3 meals per day (tea, coffee, breakfast, lunch, dinner) Bottled water, beers, wines & gin + tonic.
  • Game drives & boat cruises (Traditional canoeing/Mokoro trips)
  • Walks & cultural tours.
  • All the road transfers in Botswana

Mini Meru Tent

  • Spacious tent
  • En suite drop toilet and shower
  • Stretcher bed and mattresses
  • Linen (Duvets, blankets, sheets, pillow)
  • Side bed table
  • Mosquito repellents
  • 3 meals per day (Tea, coffee, breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, bottled water and beers, wines)
  • Game drives, Boat cruises and traditional canoeing(Mokoro trip)
  • All the road transfers in Botswana

Large Bow Tent

  • Large bow tent
  • En suite drop toilet and shower
  • Stretcher bed & mattress
  • Linen (Blankets, sheets, pillow)
  • Mosquito repellents
  • 3 meals per day (Tea, coffee ,breakfast ,lunch and dinner)
  • Game drives and boat cruises
  • All the road transfers in Botswana.

Adventure Bow Tent

  • Normal size tent for two people
  • En suite drop toilet and shower
  • Stretcher bed & mattresses
  • Linen ( Blankets, sheets and pillow)
  • Mosquito repellents
  • 3 meals per day (Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner) Bottled water & beers.
  • Game drives, boat cruises & all road transfers in Botswana.

What to Bring Luggage

A soft bag or rucksack as they are easier to pack.

One item of hand luggage (e.g. a small backpack) which can be kept at your feet for easy access during activities. Please do not exceed 20 kg of luggage. Clothing & Equipment

Flashlight with spare batteries and bulbs. A head torch is a good idea as it keeps your hands free.

Hat or cap. A wide-brimmed hat is best to shade your face and neck.

Scarf and gloves during winter as we can experience very low temperatures. Warm fleece and windbreaker jacket. Windproof during the winter months (May – Sept), waterproof during the summer months (Oct – Mar).

Swimming costume. You may like a swim when visiting a lodge or either pre or post safari.

Natural colour clothing (i.e. no white or bright colour clothing). Bring T-shirts, shorts, a pair of lightweight long trousers and a lightweight long sleeve shirt (long sleeves are extremely useful for sun protection during the day and mosquito protection during the evening).

Comfortable walking shoes and sandals.

Camera equipment, binoculars and batteries. Bring spare memory cards for digital cameras as the opportunity to download photos is limited.

Adaptors for cables, chargers, USB, etc. Please label them so as to avoid confusion on safari.

Small, spare power bank so you can recharge your camera batteries.

Water bottle. Personal Toiletry items & Medication

Personal toiletries and medication in a small bag.


Malaria prophylactics. Please consult your doctor before your safari.

Mosquito repellent.

Water proof/zip lock bags for storing personal items to keep dry and dust free.

Personal first aid kit. A first aid kit will be present throughout the safari but personal medicine must be brought for the duration of the safari.