Explore with Ulinda in style, in our pop up roof specially converted comfortable Landcruisers, seating only 4 people to each car – everyone gets a window seat.

See the mighty Victoria Falls 

The safari itself starts on the 8th September but we recommend you arrive on the 7th and overnight at The Waterfront or similar

It goes to Moremi Game Reserve for the first 3 nights, staying in an exclusive site a few km’s from Xakanaxa. We will go to Xakanaxa on afternoon for a 3 hour boat cruise on the Lagoons and waterways of this part of the Okavango Delta. Depending on game movements, we will explore from Paradise Pools to Dead Tree Island and 4th and 3rd Bridges, whilst here.

On the 11th September after a last early game drive in Moremi, we head out of Moremi and into the Khwai Concession area where we have 3 nights at Magotho. In this area we can drive off road at your guide’s discretion, which is great fro photo’s at Leopard sightings – this area is renowned for it’s chilled Leopards! You will enjoy a 2 1/2 hour mekoro trip whilst here early one morning.

Goliath Heron with big Bream Khwai

Goliath Heron with a big Bream in Khwai

On the 14th September after a last early morning game drive at Khwai, we head into Chobe National Park and drive about 5 hours to Savuti where our camp is set up for 3 nights at an operators site in a good area. In addition to our normal extensive game drive we will visit a rock island that protects 13 majestic Baobab Tree’s and see a small panel of Bushmen Painting’s. There will be a lot of activity at the solar pumped waterholes at Rhino Vlei, Marabou and Pump Pan’s we will focus our game drives on these prime area’s and spend time simply watching the activities around the waterholes.

Our luxury safari tents are walk in.

Our luxury safari tents are walk in.

On the 17th September after a last early morning Savuti game drive we head 6 hours north to the Chobe River, where we have your last 3 safari nights at a site called Nantanga, a few km’s from the river. We will go into Kasane early afternoon on the 18th September for an afternoon boat cruise for 3 hours on the Chobe River – probably one of the highlights of your safari. Depending on game movements we will explore from Serondera to Simwanza Dams whilst here.

Chobe River Boat Cruises offer unparalleled game viewing.

Chobe River Boat Cruises offer unparalleled game viewing.

On the 20th September after a last early morning game drive and a hearty cooked breakfast, we take you to the Kazungula Border for a transfer to Victoria Falls at 10am.The Victoria Falls in full flood

8 places left cost pp sharing US$ using our Luxury Sahara walk in tents and discounts apply for more than 2 people booking at once. Discounts also apply if you use our comfortable 3 metre canvas dome tents with toilet en suite, just enquire!