Nine Night Premier Wilderness Safari
Unashamed wild luxury in what is considered the world’s premier game destination, the Okavango Delta. This safari explores specially selected habitats including the Jao Concession, the Mombo Concession known widely as a ‘place of plenty’ and concludes with the unique Abu elephant experience
With opulent tents overlooking the waters of the delta, Jao Camp provides an excellent introduction to the Okavango. Situated on an island and on the permanent waters of the delta, this camp focuses on the unique characteristics of the delta. Mombo Camp has long been considered Africa’s preeminent safari lodge and occupies a private concession within the Moremi Game Reserve. This game rich concession is home to both black and white rhino. This itineraries final destination, Abu Camp will transport you into the serene, sensory world of the African elephant.
First class guides bring their incredible understanding of this environment allowing you to immerse yourself in this natural world. Along with the wildlife you will gain an insight into the history and culture of amazing wildlife destination. Many of them are skilled photographers allowing you to perfect your wildlife photography and create lasting memories of your trip.
A wide variety of activities are offered on this safari. At Jao, activities include game walks, day and night game drives as well as motorboat and mokoro (canoe) excursions. The fabulous Mombo Concession, famed for its incredible diversity of wildlife, is explored by vehicle. The elephants of Abu Camp offer a unique way of exploring the delta with elephant activities complemented by traditional safari activities. Safaris take place in exclusive concessions.
You will stay in some of Africa’s finest safari properties, selected to combine ultimate luxury with outstanding wildlife experiences.
Day by Day Itinerary
RATES FOR PREMIER WILDERNESS SAFARI
Per person sharing
|11 January to 31 March 2017||Maun – Maun|
|1 April to 31 May 2017||Maun – Maun|
|1 June to 31 June 2017||Maun – Maun|
|1 July to 31 October 2017||Maun – Maun|
|1 November to 19 December 2017||Maun – Maun|
|20 December 2017 to 10 January 2018||Maun – Maun|