Embrace the mystical lands of the African continent on a journey through Botswana’s most famous areas - the Chobe National Park and the Okavango Delta. This package is an ideal combination of an authentic and wild bush experience and luxury accommodation. The Sanctuary Chobe Chilwero offers guests unparalleled panoramic views across the floodplains, while the exclusive Xigera (pronounced Kee-Jera) Safari Lodge, which forms part of the illustrious Red Carnation Hotel group, offers an exquisitely reimagined safari experiences in a setting which is completely in tune with its surroundings.
You will spend two nights in the Chobe National Park at Sanctuary Chobe Chilwero before continuing on to Xigera Safari Lodge for another two nights in the Okavango Delta. There is an optional add-on for extension to Victoria Falls for a further two nights at Matetsi.
- Unmatched safari experiences perfectly paired with luxurious accommodation
- Close wildlife encounters in Botswana’s famous Chobe National Park
- Unrivalled wildlife experiences in the channels of the Okavango Delta
Day 1-2: Chobe National Park
Upon arrival at Kasane Airport, you will be transferred to Sanctuary Chobe Chilwero Lodge where you will spend two nights. Sanctuary Chobe Chilwero will appeal to safari seekers looking for an outstanding game viewing experience in the famed Chobe National Park, home to Africa’s largest population of elephants. Dining is a real delight with gourmet food accompanied by fine wines and a split-level swimming pool provides some respite from the African sun. An added attraction of a stay here is access to the on-site spa with a full menu of pampering beauty and health treatments. The safari boats are a tranquil safari experience when you aren’t traversing the landscape for the Big Five. This is a child-friendly lodge and they are catered for with specialized programmes and activities.
Day 3-4: Okavango Delta
After breakfast, you will be transferred back to Kasane Airport and board your flight to the Xigera airstrip, where you will spend your next two nights at Xigera Safari Lodge. Xigera Camp is in one of the most sought-after African destinations in the world, the Okavango Delta, a land of unrivalled beauty and home to a unique ecosystem. Xigera Camp nestles itself on Paradise Island and is surrounded by deep channels and verdant vegetation in the Moremi Game Reserve. This camp is the essence of remote, getting lost in the wilds of Africa. The camp has a lounge, a bar as well as a dining room and for a more outdoor experience, a traditional African boma where stories are shared around roaring fires. The camp also has a small plunge pool for dips in the sun.
After breakfast, you will take a charter flight from the Xigera airstrip to Maun Airport for your onward travel arrangements.
Optional Victoria Falls extension
Add on an extra two nights at Matetsi in Victoria Falls. Matetsi River Lodge is unique because it is one of the few places that intermingles a visit to the mighty Victoria Falls and a luxury safari adventure. The lodge is set on a private game reserve on the Zimbabwean side of the Falls and enjoys a locale of peace and remarkable scenery. It’s the ideal lodge for a refined and exclusive holiday. The reserve spans an area of near 50 000 hectares of private Zambezi River frontage and the lodge stretches along the river banks. There is a viewing deck and a large infinity swimming pool getting you as close as possible to game and birdlife sightings. The lodge reflects contemporary African design.
|Dates||Per Person Sharing||Single Supplement|
|01 June 2020 - 31 October 2020||USD 10588.00||USD 3392.00|
|01 November 2020 - 19 December 2020||USD 6804.00||USD 1560.00|
|Optional Victoria Falls Extension|
|01 June 2020 - 30 September 2020||USD 2223.00||USD 1056.00|
|01 October 2020 - 19 December 2020||USD 1605.00||USD 758.00|
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