Zambia. Botswana Safari in the Okavango Delta

Prices and Included Services

  Land Cost Per Person 
Low Season
Jan - Mar
Mid Season
Nov - early Jan
High Season
Jun - Oct

For travel Dec 20 - Jan 15 please add holiday supplement of $1,300 per person. Pricing based on double occupancy. Please contact the Program Director for single supplement information. This itinerary can be arranged for any dates which fit your travel schedule. Please inquire with our program director for more information. Consider extending your trip to Namibia, Zambia, or Cape Town.


All expertly guided wildlife excursions, English-speaking naturalist guides, Twice daily safari activities on a shared or semi-private basis including game drives, night drives, mokoro, boat, and walking safaris depending on location and conditions, Airport-hotel transfers, land transportation, 11 nights hotel accommodation as indicated, Meals as indicated [B-Breakfast, L-Lunch, D-Dinner], Water, soft drinks, beer, wine, and cocktails (premium brands excluded), Laundry service, Wildland Adventures travel consultation and pre-departure services.

Not Included:

International airfare, Tips and gratuities, Airport departure taxes and any additional Botswana or Zambia taxes, Personal expenses for extra services, optional activities, or changes in your itinerary for reasons beyond our control, Travel insurance for trip cancellation, medical services, or evacuation, Any other items not mentioned above.

Trip Notes:

Baggage in charter aircraft is restricted to 20kg (44lbs) per person in a soft bag, including camera equipment and carry-on baggage. If guests exceed this limit, they will have to pay considerable amounts to have a privately chartered plane to fly their excess baggage. Only soft bags without wheels are accepted. All guests must cover themselves with medical and evacuation insurance for the duration of this trip.
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"Little Vumbura was our favorite camp. We loved the intimacy and the people working there. Here we saw a lioness and her cub enter the water (how rare to see a cat in the water) to eat off the carcass of an elephant. The mokoro was a lovely experience, very relaxing. Our guide was just terrific, a lovely man and very knowledgeable." - S. Evans, Washington