Ultimate Botswana Adventure Tour 2 (2022)


Tour Date: 28 December 2022 – 6 January 2023
Tour Cost: R13 500 per person

Tour Details

The tour name says it all. On this tour we will be visiting 3 of the most popular game viewing destinations in Botswana, Khwai, Savuti and Chobe National Park. These areas are well known for great predator sightings, bird viewing and beautiful landscapes. If camping in remote areas, with unfenced camps is something you have always wanted to experience, this is it.

Tour Highlights

  • Khwai Community Campsite
  • Savuti
  • Chobe National Park
  • Wild unfenced camping

For more information on this adventure, please contact:

Simon Steadman084 447 4666



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