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Experience Botswana

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StartsVictoria Falls, Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe
EndsWindhoek, Namibia, Namibia
Duration10 days
Tour OperatorPeregrine
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Day 1 - Starting: Victoria Falls & Finishing: Victoria Falls

Welcome to Victoria Falls! Your adventure begins with an important welcome meeting at 6 pm. If you do happen to arrive early, there are some excellent optional activities to embark on, including morning and afternoon game drives, or walks in the Zambezi National Park. You might also choose an unforgettable helicopter flight over the Falls and the Zambezi Gorges.

Day 2 - Starting: Victoria Falls & Finishing: Victoria Falls

This morning you will visit the magnificent Victoria Falls, named by Dr David Livingstone in honour of his English queen. One of the world's true natural wonders, Victoria Falls form the largest sheet of falling water in the world when in full flow. Once inside the park, your guide will take you through the falls area, stopping at different vantage points along the way to explain the history of the falls and their surrounds. After your tour, return to your lodge, where you can take a dip or relax on the deck overlooking a waterhole – look out for elephants passing by! Later in the afternoon, it's back to the Zambezi River for a 2-hour river cruise. The specially designed jet-propelled boats allow you to reach the shallow water among the islands directly above the Victoria Falls. Enjoy included drinks and snacks while meandering between the islands and getting a glimpse of the mist after it has rumbled over the edge of the falls. Keep an eye out for crocodiles bathing in sunshine on the banks, or even elephants submerging themselves in the river.

Day 3 - Starting: Chobe National Park & Finishing: Chobe National Park

This morning, visit Victoria Falls Wildlife Trust – one of The Intrepid Foundation’s projects. Here you can learn about the rescue and rehabilitation of wildlife, human-wildlife conflict and the trusts role in anti-poaching. There may also be a chance to meet any rescued or orphaned wildlife currently in their care. Afterwards, follow the Zambezi River to Botswana and make your way to Chobe National Park (100km; approximately 3 hours, not including border formalities). You will arrive at your lodge at around midday. There you can relax by the pool or take an optional afternoon game drive in Chobe National Park. This can be arranged locally with your leader. You will spend the next two nights in a lodge located just outside Chobe National Park.

Day 4 - Starting: Chobe National Park & Finishing: Chobe National Park

Today, embark on a game drive in Chobe National Park. You might see elephants drinking at the water's edge, large herds of cape buffaloes and many impalas within the park. Then head back to the lodge for breakfast. In the afternoon, take a cruise along the picturesque Chobe River – an ideal location for spotting bird life such as saddle-billed storks, malachite kingfishers, fish eagles and beautiful bee-eaters as well as hippos, crocodiles and large families of elephants. You will be joined by other travellers on the boat cruise and is equipped with bathroom facilities and small bar to purchase drinks. Enjoy a drink as the sun goes down on the river – a truly special moment.

Day 5 - Starting: Makgadikgadi Pans & Finishing: Makgadikgadi Pans

Heading south, you will continue your journey to the Makgadikgadi Pans for an afternoon excursion (410km; approximately 6 hours). Witness the immensity of this sprawling salt flat, one of the largest in the world. Later you will head to Gweta Lodge, located near the edge of the pans. In the afternoon, leave the lodge in an open game vehicle to and travel out to the Nxaisini pan. Here you’ll sit out in the wild enjoy sundowners and snacks while observing the amazing scenery. With the aid of trackers, you’ll spend some time in the company of the local meerkat colony. Be sure to look out for elephants that meander their way down to the watering hole to quench their thirst. Soak in this incredible place while the sun sets behind the old beautiful baobab. Back at the lodge, relax in the lounge area while you take in your surroundings and reflect on the day's adventure.

Day 6 - Starting: Maun & Finishing: Maun

After breakfast this morning, it's time to head to Maun, the gateway of the Okavango Delta (approximately 4 hours). For those interested, there is the opportunity to fly over the delta in a small plane for a bird's-eye view. This is a great way to appreciate the vast scale of this waterscape. Your leader can give you more information on this activity and how to reserve a place. Otherwise, the afternoon yours to spend as you please.

Day 7 - Starting: Okavango Delta & Finishing: Okavango Delta

Venture to the Okavango Delta (350kms; approximately 6 hours) and board your speedboat. This will take you to your home for the next two nights – a houseboat in the Okavango Delta Panhandle. You will need to pack a small bag or backpack for this trip, as there won't be room for everyone's full luggage. The houseboat has twin-share cabins with bedding, towels and mosquito nets provided. There is also a dining area on the deck, tea and coffee-making facilities and a small collection of books and board games. As evening falls, head to the deck, where your captain will serve dinner. Grab a sundowner, pull up a chair and witness the breathtaking sunset. This is a unique and memorable way to experience the Delta – not really for what you do, but more for the absence of anything to do. The sounds of hippos breaching and grunting, cicadas trilling, and a million mosquitoes seduce you blissfully into the night.

Day 8 - Starting: Okavango Delta & Finishing: Okavango Delta

This morning after breakfast, take a speedboat and 4WD to a nearby poling station. From here you will experience the myriad waterways in a traditional mokoro (dugout canoe) with a local guide. Your guide will also take you on a short nature walk around one of the many islands in the Delta. After a picnic lunch, return to the houseboat for some relaxation time. You might like to read a book or do some fishing. In the evening, enjoy a drink, pull up a chair and watch the day turn to night before your captain serves up dinner once again on the deck.

Day 9 - Starting: Ghanzi – Central Kalahari & Finishing: Ghanzi – Central Kalahari

Travel on to Ghanzi, the 'Capital of the Kalahari' (400km; approximately 7 hours). Your accommodation tonight is at a community project in Ghanzi and is a much more basic than what you will encounter throughout your journey. However, the concept and experience of the lodge is well worth it. The lodges support the local San and San D'Kar community through employment. The San people are renowned as the most skilful trackers on Earth and have an extraordinary knowledge of the Kalahari for both plants and animal tracking. If time permits you may choose to do the optional walk. Here you will be shown the wide variety of both edible and medicinal plants, while also tracking a variety of animals and learning about their habitats. Of course, you will also spend quality time with your guides to understand their very different world view. Later, a traditional meal will be served in the communal lounge and dining area. You will then experience the ancient dance rituals of the San around the campfire. This is a real cultural experience and a great way to get to know the locals. On special occasions this could be a healing or trance dance, which can continue all night, and is an intense spiritual experience for both participants and visitors alike.

Day 10 - Starting: Windhoek & Finishing: Windhoek

Cross the border into Namibia today and head to Windhoek (560km; approximately 9 hours, including border formalities). While you're here, perhaps take a look at the excellent German architecture of Tintenpalast (Ink Palace), the Christuskirche (church), the gymnasium and the Genossenschaftshaus (co-operative). Your Peregrine small-group tour finishes on arrival in Windhoek, however this doesn’t mean that your adventure has to come to an end! If you would like to spend more time in Windhoek, we’ll be happy to organise additional accommodation (subject to availability).

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Despite their displacement alongside more settled communities, the ancient hunter-gather San peoples of southern Africa display a lively and progressive culture. Leisure time is a priority, women play strong roles in their largely egalitarian social structure, and hunting for food is not wasteful – hides are tanned for blankets and bones are broken for marrow.


  • ‘The smoke that thunders’ – Victoria Falls
  • Chobe National Park’s river
  • Okavango Delta by ‘mokoro’
  • Makgadikgadi Pans National Park

Additional Accommodation

Extend your holiday by booking some pre or post tour accommodation – ask us or your travel agent.

Day 1 Included Activities

  • Complimentary Airport Arrival Transfer (shared)

Day 1 Accommodation

Feature Stay at Victoria Falls Safari Lodge or similar (1 nights)

Day 2 Included Activities

  • Victoria Falls - Entrance & Visit
  • Victoria Falls - Premium Zambezi River Cruise

Day 2 Accommodation

Feature Stay at Victoria Falls Safari Lodge or similar (1 nights)

Day 2 Optional Activities

  • Victoria Falls - Helicopter flight (12 mins) - USD 165
  • Victoria Falls - Helicopter flight (25 mins) - USD 299
  • Victoria Falls - Village & township tour - USD 61
  • Victoria Falls - Whitewater rafting (half day) - USD 130

Day 3 Included Activities

  • Victoria Falls - Victoria Falls Wildlife Trust Visit

Day 3 Accommodation

Chobe Safari Lodge or similar (1 nights)

Day 3 Optional Activities

  • Chobe National Park - 4x4 Game Drive - BWP 295
  • Chobe National Park - River Safari Cruise - AUD 270

Day 4 Included Activities

  • Chobe National Park - 4x4 Game Drive
  • Chobe National Park - River Safari Cruise

Day 4 Accommodation

Chobe Safari Lodge or similar (1 nights)

Day 5 Included Activities

  • Makgadikgadi Pans - Meerkat Pan Experience
  • Makgadikgadi Pans - Sunset & Sundowner

Day 5 Accommodation

Gweta Lodge or similar (1 nights)

Day 6 Accommodation

Royal Tree Lodge or similar (1 nights)

Day 6 Optional Activities

  • Okavango Delta - Plane Scenic Flight - From USD75 - USD 390
  • Okavango Delta - Helicopter Scenic Flight - From USD150 - USD 450

Day 7 Included Activities

  • Okavango Delta - Houseboat River Cruise
  • Okavango Delta - Speedboat Cruise

Day 7 Accommodation

Okavango Houseboat (with shared facilities) (1 nights)

Day 8 Included Activities

  • Okavango Delta - Mokoro tours & game walks
  • Okavango Delta - Speedboat Cruise

Day 8 Accommodation

Okavango Houseboat (with shared facilities) (1 nights)

Day 9 Included Activities

  • Central Kalahari - San Cultural Experience
  • Okavango Delta - Speedboat Cruise

Day 9 Accommodation

Dqae Qare San Lodge or similar (1 nights)

Day 9 Optional Activities

  • Central Kalahari - Bush Walk - BWP 80

Included Meals

Breakfast: 9

Lunch: 6

Dinner: 8

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