The Okavango Delta lies in northern Botswana, spanning approx. 6000 square miles and is perfect to combine with the Moremi Game Reserve and the Chobe National Park.
One of the world’s biggest inland delta systems, the Okavango Delta is a lush landscape surrounded by the arid Kalahari desert. Each year it's flooded by waters from the Angolan mountains, bringing life and greenery to Botswana.
Best explored by traditional mokoro canoe, this patchwork of islands and waterways is frequented by an array of wildlife. Here you’ll find the Big Five plus packs of endangered African wild dogs, cheetahs, hyena and baboon as well over 400 species of birds. Offering a slower pace of life and quieter, more intimate safaris, this is a place for seasoned safari-goers, where trips out are more about spotting the smaller, more elusive wildlife, rather than the Big Five.