Botswana/Zambia Wildlife Safari November 2022

Botswana/Zambia Wildlife Safari November 12, 2022 - November 23, 2022



Safari Dates

Saturday, November 12, 2022

through

Wednesday, November 23, 2022

$13,995.00 per person, sharing

* Single Supplement $1,500.00

Botswana/Zambia Wildlife Safari November 2022

This incredible exclusive safari encompasses two distinct biodiverse countries of Africa, Botswana and Zambia.

We will begin our safari with an overnight stay in Johannesburg, South Africa.  We will set out early the next morning by air to Botswana and the largest inland delta in the world.  The Okavango Delta forms part of the Kalahari Basin and covers and area of 22,000 square kilometers.  A UNESCO World Heritage Site, The Okavango Delta is a spectacular patchwork of streams, lagoons, floodplains, and forests ans is regarded as one of the premium destinations for game viewing with the possibility of seeing elephant, hippo, lion, giraffe, rhino, cheetah, leopard, wildebeest, impala, and the African wild dog.

Our home base while in Botswana will be the luxurious Sanctuary Chief's Camp.  Located on the former royal hunting grounds of Chief Moremi, the Moremi Game Reserve which was established in 1963 was the first wildlife sanctuary to be created by an African tribe.  

After five nights in Botswana, we will head back to Johannesburg, where we will overnight again before heading by air to our next destination of South Luangwa National Park in Zambia, which has been dubbed as one of the greatest wildlife sanctuaries in the world, with one of the highest concentrations of game found on the African continent.  Zambia is renowned for being one of the best places to enjoy an authentic old world safari experience.

Our home base in while in Zambia is the Mfuwe Lodge, famous for it's elephants who are known to amble through the camp and the reception area en route to feed from a mango tree located nearby.  Our November dates gives us an extremely good opportunity to witness this spectacular event.

South Luangwa is home to over 60 mammal species including three subspecies endemic to the Luangwa Valley; Thornicroft's Giraffe (also known as the Rhodesian Giraffe), Cookson's Wildebeest, and Crawshay's Zebra.  More than 400 bird species have been sighted within the park as well.

After four nights at Mfuwe, we will once again fly back to Johannesburg, South Africa for flights home.

Sactuary Chiefs Camp - Botswanna


Mfuwe Camp - Zambia

What's Included

What's Not Included

Internation flights to Johannesburg, South Africa

Visas (if required)

Covid test (if required)

Tips