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We flew over the Okavango in a helicopter. It has got to be one of the most beautiful experiences that I have had. It was very dry because of the drought and the poor animals had gathered there so the air safari viewing was exceptional...More
The Okavango experience was such an opportunity, from viewing the picturesque landscapes to the animals it inhabits, the skilled polars and their mokoros provides an unique adventure of travelling amongst the wilderness. Balancing friendly interactions and steering a safe journey through hippos and crocodiles and...More
We camped in the Delta as part of a tour across Botswana. It is a must!! The scenery, tranquility, wildlife, etc is wonderful. Nothing beats being right in the middle of what is going on. Bathing in the Delta on a hot afternoon was also...More
There are quite a lot of private lodges in the Okavango Delta. It was not a cheap holiday but we certainly have fantastic memories that we will treasure for many years to come. The game viewing is just fantastic. For most of the private lodges...More
Due the lack of rainfall during last rainy season a great part of the delta is dryer then usual so the wildlife was much more concentrated during our roundtrip. Due the draught the roads have deep sand in many places so a 4x4 is really...More
A variety of game encountered, from plains game was impala, tsessebe, giraffe and
wildebeest to elephant and buffalo herds. Red lechwe, reedbuck, hippos and waterbuck where seen closer to the water. Predators include lion, cheetah, spotted hyaena and African wild dog and crocodiles.
We chose the Delta for the water and mokoro safari opportunities and Mopiri Safari Lodge provided all of this and much more (see individual review). There is nothing more authentic than being pushed along in a (Mokoro) canoe checking for hippose and crocs.
The area are beautiful, but it is very dry at and the water are less than usual. We could drive to areas, which is usually only reachable by boat. We saw a lot of game, but the cats was hard to find. The roads was...More
Depending on your budget there are many tour operators around however if you want a safari that is flawless with a variety of camps and lodges to choose from have a look at Wilderness Safaris on their website.
Response from jessicamX149WZ | Reviewed this property |
Hi Rishi S
When we were in Botswana we used our own car but requested the lodge for driver who took us on safari, he owns a safari company. We stayed at Jump Street Chalets in Maun I’m sure you can email them they can be... More
Hi Rishi S
When we were in Botswana we used our own car but requested the lodge for driver who took us on safari, he owns a safari company. We stayed at Jump Street Chalets in Maun I’m sure you can email them they can be able to assist you.