Day 1; Maun. Okavango Delta
Our tour commences, in Maun, a town that attracts tourists. Before begining on our adventure we will have a welcome session. Depending on the schedule outlined in your itinerary we will. Enjoy lunch at Sitatunga camp. Savor a packed lunch along the way. It’s worth noting that the Okavango Delta has recently gained recognition as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
In the afternoon we will arrive at our tented camp nestled within the heart of the Okavango. The mode of transportation to reach our camp may vary depending on water levels; we might travel by dug out canoe (Mokoro). Opt for a scenic drive. Upon reaching our destination you will be introduced to the staff who will serve as your hosts throughout your stay. They’ll provide you with an overview of the camp. Escort you to your dome shaped tent furnished with beds and an en suite bush bathroom featuring both toilet and shower facilities. You can unwind in the tent while enjoying a beverage or begin on a tranquil canoe ride across the lagoon. The camp offers an array of activities including Mokoro trails and guided walks. We’ll spend two nights at this camp where you’ll find comfortable walk in tents complete, with en suite amenities, cozy beds and quality linen.
Day 2: Okavango Delta Safari
On the day of our tour, in the Okavango Delta we can expect a routine that’s quite similar to other days at the camp. We’ll wake up before sunrise. Set out on foot to explore the area in search of wildlife. The Water Wallas bucket will let us know when our showers are ready. After our exploration we’ll join guests in the area for a delicious breakfast. Following that we’ll hop on a Mokoro to venture into the delta. If you prefer a activity you can spend some time reading or enjoying the birdlife from our communal tent.
Lunch is usually served around 1;00 PM providing an opportunity to replenish our energy. Afterward you can take it easy. Try your hand at poling the Mokoros. If you’re up for it you can even ask one of our guides for suggestions on where to go swimming before our afternoon outing.
Around 3;00 PM we’ll gather for afternoon tea before commencing with the days activities. As evening approaches and dinner is being prepared back at camp we’ll enjoy a sundowner together. Just listen out for the sound of the water bucket indicating that your shower is ready.
During the evening hours our hosts may share stories about their lives and lands around a campfire. Be prepared though as they might even treat us to a song and expect one, in return! As darkness falls over us take some time to lie back and soak in the sounds of Africas wildlife filled bush.
Meals Provided; Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 3; Okavango Delta. Maun
We’ll wake up early to enjoy a cup of coffee and participate in our activity. Afterward we’ll leisurely cruise back through the channels to where we gathered. It will be a goodbye, to our companions and loved ones in the delta.
Meals Provided; Breakfast
This tour package includes;
A 4×4 safari vehicle for transportation
Mokoro Guides and Polers
Safari Camp Assistant
accommodations with 3 meter x 3 meter tents featuring en suite bush bathrooms (including latrine style toilets and bucket showers)
Camp beds, linen and towels provided
Daily servicing of bathrooms by staff, with hot water available upon request
Meals served in a dining tent; breakfast and lunch offered as buffets while dinner is served in a seated manner
Each person will receive a 5 liter allowance of bottled drinking water for the entire trip.