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Our overland safaris travel through Botswana visiting some the most iconic safari locations in Africa, where the journey is as important as the places you visit. Overlanding is arguably the ultimate way to experience Africa. Our overland trips run in May each year and are very popular, early booking is recommended.
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A safari for those who are looking for something different. Our overland tours are lead by our CEO Will Fox who has worked extensively throughout Africa for the last fifteen years. We travel from South Africa to Northern Botswana and on to Zimbabwe and the magnificent Victoria Falls, with return flight to Johannesburg. Along the way you will visit the Okavango Delta, Moremi and Chobe National Park and much more. This overland tour is for those who wish to enjoy travelling in Africa where the journey is as important as the places you visit. We travel in specially adapted air conditioned 4x4 vehicles with roof top tents, and mix camping in remote locations with game lodge accommodation. Northern Botswana has more Elephants than any other African location together with free roaming big cats and plentiful plains game.
Our next overland safari departs from Johannesburg on the 12th of May 2019 when the weather is normally ideal for this form of travel and for visiting many of the locations. Safari

The Okavango Delta is a unique pulsing wetland, covering between 6 and 15 000 square kilometres of Kalahari Desert in northern Botswana and owes its existence to the Okavango (Kavango) River which flows from the Angolan highlands, across Namibia’s Caprivi Strip and into the harsh Kalahari Desert.
We can offer either a fly in luxury safari excursion to the Okanngo Delta, or you could request one of our Botswana
overland safaris, which also visit the Chobe National Park.
The Chobe National Park is the second largest national park in Botswana and has one of the greatest concentrations of game found on the African continent. Its uniqueness in the abundance of wildlife and the true African nature of the region, offers a safari experience of a lifetime. Game viewing is exceptional.

Suggested Itinerary:

Day 1: Johannesburg – Thabazimbi
250 kms, 3 hours
On arrival at Johannesburg International Airport (OR Tambo) our team will be waiting to greet you.
Your first day will be a leisurely drive to Thabazimbi in the Limpopo province of South Africa and is one of the more pristine, scenic and wildlife rich areas in South Africa.
To ease you into your safari (especially after a long haul flight) your first night will be spent in a safari lodge where you can rest relax.
Accommodation: Safari lodge
Day 2: Kharmo Rhino Sanctuary: Serowe Botswana
400 kms, 4.5 hours
We will depart after breakfast for the Botswana border and then on to the Kharma Rhino Sanctuary. Along the way you can pick up any additional supplies or provisions or alcohol. Each of our vehicles comes with a fridge for food and any other ‘essential’ supplies.
African border crossings, with their local customs and hustle and bustle are quintessentially different to any other border crossing you may have experienced and always a culturally interesting experience.
The Kharma Rhino Sanctuary Trust is a community based wildlife project, established in 1992 to assist in saving the vanishing rhino and restore an area formerly teeming with wildlife to its previous natural state and provide economic benefits to the local Botswana community through tourism and the sustainable use of natural resources.
The camping facilities at Mokongwa Camp are only accessible by four-wheel drive. The individual campsites each feature a large Mokongwa tree, which provides both character and shade. The campsites each have two communal ablution blocks.
During your stay you will also be able to enjoy a guided walk tracking Rhino and a game drive in the company of the local Rhino team.
Accommodation: Roof top tents, wild camping with ablution facilities
Day 3 & 4: Maun Okavango Delta - Mochaba Crossing Lodge. Mochaba is 30 kilometers north of Maun, on the road toward the Moremi Game Reserve.
Your accommodation is fixed luxury en-suite tents.
On day five we take a day trip exploring the Okavango Delta by Mokoro.
The BaYei people came to the Okavango Delta hundreds of years ago, bringing with them, their traditional mode of transport, the mokoro, a dug-out canoe which is the ideal ideally transport in the delta as in can move quietly through shallow water, being pushed by the boatman using a long pole, moving along the narrow channels or cutting through the long grasses or papyrus.
You can expect to spend a few hours poling in your mokoro, slowly and almost silently making your way, enjoying the peace and serenity of game viewing from the water. We will stop for lunch along the way, and also taking a guided game walks into the bush.
Accommodation: Fixed en-suite tents
Day 5&6: Moremi Game Reserve: Third Bridge Camp
250 kms, 5 hours
Third Bridge campsite is located on the Western side of Moremi Game Reserve along the off stream of Moanachira River.
Third Bridge area borders on the delta and Mboma Island and enjoys a heavy concentration of wildlife in the dry season. Third Bridge offers much more of the wilderness experience than most of Southern African camping grounds.
Accommodation: Roof top tents, wild camping with ablution facilities
Day 7&8: Moremi Game Reserve: Khwai Community Camp
100 kms, 3 hours
Driving in this area is mainly on sand roads, which limits the distances we can reasonably achieve each day. With this in mind we will stop over en-route to the Chobe National Park at Khwai Community Camp in the Moremi game reserve.
Moremi wildlife reserve combines mopane woodland and acacia forests, floodplains and lagoons. It is the great diversity of plant and animal life that makes Moremi so well known. The Khawa River is well known for wildlife and offers some of the best viewing in Southern Africa.
Accommodation: Roof top tents, truly wild camping with no fixed ablution facilities. We bring all the necessary facilities with us, solar showers etc

Day 9-11: Chobe National Park : Munchenje Camp
100 kms, 3 hours
Muchenje Campsite is a family owned and managed camp set in the Chobe Enclave, 7.2km from the Chobe National Park Ngoma gate.
A peaceful, secure and beautifully treed property on the borders of the National park provides a serene setting for your stay, and a perfect base from which to explore the less crowded western end of the National Park. Each campsite is set under tall flat crown acacia trees on the elevated banks of the Chobe Floodplain, with separate ablutions units.
During your stay you will be able to enjoy a boat safari on the nearby Chobe River where Elephants are often seen swimming across the river channel. We’ll also take a game drive traversing through the National Park, which is home to an abundance of wild game and follows the Chobe River.
The Chobe National Park is the second largest national park in Botswana and has one of the greatest concentrations of game found on the African continent. Its uniqueness in the abundance of wildlife and the true African nature of the region, offers a safari experience of a lifetime. Game viewing is exceptional
Accommodation: Roof top tents, camping with ablution facilities
Day 12 & 13: Kingdom Hotel, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe.
200 kms 3 hours
Once again we will cross an Africa border this time from Botswana into Zimbabwe (personal visa fees apply), arriving at the Kingdom Hotel in the early afternoon. Here we temporarily leave our 4 x 4 vehicles in favour of a luxurious four-star hotel.
Your stay is on a bed and breakfast basis, allowing you to dine as you please.
On the evening of your first day at Victoria Falls we include a complementary sunset cruise on the Zambezi river, where you can enjoy local drinks and snacks while you watch for crocodiles and hippo as well as the abundant birdlife and large game such as Elephants that come to the river to drink at the end of the day.
Victoria Falls presents a spectacular sight of awe-inspiring beauty and grandeur on the Zambezi River, forming the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. It was described by the Kololo tribe living in the area in the 1800’s as ‘Mosi-oa-Tunya’ – ‘The Smoke that Thunders’. In more modern terms Victoria Falls is known as the greatest curtain of falling water in the world.
You can take a guided walk to see the falls, but our advice is to walk the Vic Falls footpath under your own steam. The path from the entrance gate is clearly marked an you can read about the salient points on the info boards inside.
Accommodation: 4 star Hotel Bed and Breakfast bases.
Day 14: Fly to Johannesburg
After breakfast you will transfer to the nearby Victoria falls airport for an inclusive flight back to Johannesburg airport in the late afternoon.