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Delta Rain's Tailored Mobile Safaris

At Delta Rain, we believe that your safari experience should be as unique as the African landscapes you’ll explore. That’s why we invite you to embark on a journey crafted just for you. Our expert consultants are here to turn your safari dreams into reality.

Why Choose a Tailor-Made Safari?



Tailor your safari to match your interests, preferences, and schedule. Whether you’re a wildlife enthusiast, a bird-watching aficionado, or a photography buff, we’ll curate an experience that resonates with your passions.



Your adventure, your way. Adjust the itinerary, choose your preferred accommodations, and decide on the activities that resonate with you. A tailor-made safari allows you to set the pace and focus on what matters most to you.


Expert Guidance

Our consultants are seasoned travellers and safari experts. They possess an in-depth knowledge of the region, ensuring that every detail of your journey is thoughtfully planned to exceed your expectations.

How to Begin Your Tailor-Made Safari Experience:

1. Get in Touch:
Contact our expert consultants to start the conversation. Share your aspirations, interests, and any specific requests you may have.

2. Consultation:
Our consultants will work closely with you to understand your preferences, answer your questions, and provide valuable insights based on their extensive experience.

3. Crafting Your Itinerary:
Once we have a clear understanding of your desires, we’ll create a bespoke itinerary that reflects your vision. Expect a seamless blend of adventure, comfort, and discovery.

4. Final Touches:
Fine-tune the details of your safari, from accommodation choices to activity preferences. Your consultant will ensure that every element aligns with your expectations.

Why Wait?
Your extraordinary safari adventure awaits, and the first step is just a conversation away. Contact our expert consultants to begin crafting a tailor-made safari that captures the essence of your dream African adventure.

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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 adventure. First stop Chobe National Park. The first glimpse of the Chobe River is always breathtaking. Home to large herds of Elephants and Cape buffalo. Driving the roads along the river’s edge, you may see up to 15 different species of animals including giraffe, kudu, roan antelope, sable antelope, impala, warthog, bushbuck, monkeys and baboons followed by the big predators like lion and hyena.

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 by local residents. Concerned about the rapid depletion of wildlife in their ancestral lands – due to uncontrolled hunting and cattle encroachment – the Batawana people of Ngamiland, under the leadership of the deceased Chief Moremi III’s wife, Mrs. Moremi, took the bold initiative to proclaim Moremi a game reserve in 1963.
It is now one of the top destinations for travellers wishing to experience Africa as it was centuries ago in its most natural and unspoilt condition.

The Moremi Game Reserve, although not one of the largest parks, presents insights and views even for the most experienced of travellers. It is home to nearly 500 species of birds (from water birds to forest dwellers), and a vast array of other species of wildlife including the big 5 .With its stunning landscapes and sheer diversity of fauna and flora makes this a highly desirable place to visit.

Safari To 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 Botswana’s most majestic wildlife areas, the reserve covers an area of over 52,000 square kms. It is the world’s second largest game reserve. The park contains multitudes of wildlife such as giraffe, gemsbok, eland, kudu, zebra and forms an important place in their natural migratory route. Accompanying these herds of game on their daily journeys are the ever present predators such as Lion, Leopard, Cheetah, Brown Hyena and packs of the endangered African Wild Dog. Birdlife also abounds and any day spent game driving this vast area can become most rewarding.

Kwai 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 extremely productive for game viewing.


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, namely fruits, water and wild animals. Nowadays one will only find San paintings inside rocky hills of the Savuti area.

Travelling south from the Chobe area, through the thick sands of the Chobe Forrest Reserve you notice the Ghoha Hills. This is the start of the majestic Savute. Al though Savute is within the borders of Chobe National park you will notice that it has very little in common

These days Savuti is famed for its predators and the bushman paintings,extensive grasslands dotted with hills, some of which have evidence of former human habitation and rock paintings.

The Savuté channel flows from the Linyanti River for about 100 kilometres, diverting water away from the river and releasing it into a vast swampland called the Savuté Marsh, Geographically, Savuté is an area of many curiosities. One of its greatest mysteries is the Savuté channel itself, which has over the past 100 year inexplicably dried up and recommenced its flow several times. This irregular water flow explains the numerous dead trees that line the channel, germinating and growing when the channel was dry and drowning when the channel flowed again.

Perhaps with the steady rain we have been experiencing and an abundance of water in the catchment areas we may get to experience this natural phenomenon once again. This will surely make for exiting game viewing.