Bush Ways Safaris Fully Serviced Camp

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Bush Ways Safaris run two set departure groups tours with their fully serviced mobile safari camp - the northbound safari and the southbound safari exploring the Okavango, Savute and Chobe riverfront. The fully serviced camp is distinct to the semi-participation tours in that it requires no guest participation and tents are larger, feature camp beds and a simple en-suite bathroom. The maximum guests per vehicle is 9 ensuring a window seat for all.

The long established Bush Ways Safaris provide three ways of experiencing northern Botswana and the Okavango Delta. These three mobile safari types, semi participation, fully serviced and accommodated safaris, cover a variety of itineraries and provide a cost effective way of visiting northern Botswana.

Mobile safaris truly capture the spirit of adventure inherent in the original safaris- a real connection with nature and a once in a life time experience for many. Your guide remains with you throughout your safari, unlike a safari to the permanent camps, which offers a wonderful sense of continuity. Friends for life are often made on these trips.

The fully serviced safaris have a larger camp staff who take care of all camp tasks. Guests are accompanied by their guide with a back up team setting up and breaking down camp. Guests are accommodated in spacious en-suite tents. These bathrooms comprise shower, toilet and stand. Group sizes are kept to 9 people ensuring the guide is able to offer a more personalised safari experience and everyone enjoys a ‘window seat.’

Bush Ways Safaris run two set departure groups tours with their fully serviced mobile safari camp – the northbound safari and the southbound safari exploring the Okavango, Savute and Chobe riverfront.


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