On a mobile safari with Delta Rain you can choose to visit the Moremi National Park, Okavango Delta, Nxai and Makgadikgadi Pans or the Central Kalahari Desert. We offer Comfortable Authentic Safaris. You can also choose your length of stay in each area depending on your Itinerary.
USD 400 pp sharing/single supplement of USD 100
50% discount for children 12 and younger.
A typical day on Safari
A typical safari day starts at sunrise, with Tea and Coffee and a light breakfast around the campfire before we head out on an early morning game drive. The best time of day to enjoy game viewing is early in the morning and late afternoon as most animals are active in the cooler parts of the day.
Having spent the morning exploring the wilderness, we return to our camp for Bunch, before a siesta or just relax with a book or a deck of cards during the heat of the day. All meals are seated and served in the shaded protection of a mess tent.
“High tea” is served in the cool of the afternoon before you head out into the wilderness once more. We spend the rest of the afternoon game driving and watching water holes as the animals gather to quench their thirst whilst marvelling at yet another African sunset perhaps next to a busy hippo pool with a sun downer.
Driving back to the camp, you first see the warm glow of the paraffin lanterns and campfire. Showers are ready before you gather at the table for your evening meal beneath the African Sky! We share stories of the day’s adventure around the campfire. Retreating to the comfort of your tent you can fall asleep listening to the sounds of the bush.
All tents are cottage styled tents reminiscent of days gone by in East Africa with en suite showers and bush toilets
Road conditions in between Botswana's National Parks are generally very tedious, hot and dusty and in places with very deep sand. It does take quiet some time and skill to navigate some of the roads without getting stuck on the transfer days (It does happen from time to time)Your vehicle will be an open style safari car kitted with USB charging points for cameras and phones and an on board fridge to keep your drinks cool.
Moremi National Park
It is the only officially protected area of the Okavango Delta, and as such holds tremendous scientific, environmental and conservation importance. Arguably voted the best game reserve in Africa. Its unique in the history of how it began. It is the first reserve in Africa that was established...READ MORE
Chobe National Park
Sitting on the banks of the Chobe River, the small town of Kasane is the northern entry point to Chobe National Park, and sits near the confluence with the Zambezi, where the four countries of Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Namibia meet. We have a welcome briefing, before we head out on our...READ MORE
Safari In The Kalahari
The word 'Kalahari' is derived from the Tswana word Kgala meaning 'the great thirst' The Kalahari Desert stretches over 900,000 square kilometres, covering much of Botswana and parts of Namibia and South Africa. Part of this semi arid area forms the Central Kalahari Game Reserve. One of...READ MORE
Khwai Community Trust Concession
This is an area that shares a border with Moremi National Park in the form of the Khwai River. This area is run by the members of the Khwai Community for the benefit of the Khwai village. Although it is outside of the National park it is equal in beauty. In the dry winter months it is...READ MORE
David Livingston explored the area in 1851 and referred to it as the dismal swamp. The original inhabitants of this area were the San Bushmen (also known as the Basarwa people in Botswana). They were nomadic hunter-gatherers who were constantly moving from place to place to find food sources,...READ MORE