7 Day Moremi, Savuti, Chobe Classic

This safari can be customized to any type: from Budget to Authentic Tented Camping Safari In style safari tour starting in Maun and ends in Kasane with Wild Africa Safaris dropping guests off either at the Kasane International airport, Zambian border or Zimbabwean border.

Day 1: We drive from Maun to Moremi game reserve which is situated in the middle of Okavango Delta covering 15000 square kilometres of the northern part of Botswana. We will be using BOGA campsite. (3 hrs 30min drive from Maun). Depending on our departure we might arrive early or late around 1800 hours because of wildlife en route. (Dinner saved around 1930 hours)
Moremi Game Reserve rests on the eastern side of the Okavango Delta and was named after Chief Moremi of the BaTawana tribe. Moremi was designated as a Game Reserve, and not a National Park, when it was created. This designation meant local people, the BaSarwa or Bushmen that lived there were allowed to stay in the reserve. The Moremi Game Reserve covers some part of Okavango Delta and combines permanent water with drier areas, which create some startling and unexpected contrasts. Some prominent geographical features of the Reserve are Chiefs Island and the Moremi Tongue. [1] In the Moremi Game Reserve one can experience excellent views of Savannah game as well as bird-watching on the lagoons?
Day 2: During our stay in Moremi Game Reserve we will be doing two activities per day that is morning and afternoon game drive. The morning Game drive will start at 06:00hrs after breakfast and back to the campsite for lunch served between 11:00hrs and 1200 hours and then siesta while waiting for our afternoon Game drive that will start at 15:30 hours. We will then be back to the campsite after sunset. (Dinner saved around 1930 hours till late)
Day 3: We drive to Savuti. Our drive to Savuti will be conducted as game drive. We will travel about 120kms to BOGA campsite which is full day drive. Savuti is in Chobe National Park which is 10,878 km2 large The Savuti Marsh is the relic of a large inland lake whose water supply was cut a long time ago by tectonic movements.
On the travelling day we will have picnic lunch en route. We will be in the campsite around (18:00 hours).
Day 4: On the full day of our stay in Savuti we will do morning and afternoon game drive starting early in the morning after breakfast till 11:30 hours and 15:30 hours till sunset, have dinner around 1930 hours till late hours.
Day 5: Drive to Chobe River Front, we will be travelling to Chobe River Front after having our early morning breakfast. The drive will be about142kms to BOGA campsite going through the Park and 30kms of sealed road where you will see a few villages. (Full day drive).
Picnic lunch will be served on the way, arriving to the BOGA campsite around 18:00 hours.
Day 6: At Chobe river front, we will do morning game drive after breakfast around 06:00 hours then go out to view animals and come back to campsite around 11:00 hours for lunch, after lunch we will then drive to town where we will do a boat cruise for about 3 hours and then head back to the campsite around 17 00 hours to catch up with national park times going back to our campsite arriving around 1900 hours for refreshing before dinner which will be served around 1930 hours till late.
Day 7: Early wake up for breakfast 06:00 hours and go out for our last morning game drive also heading out for the entrance gate to the drop off point arranged.

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.