Where You’ll Go
Travelling in a mokoro (a dugout canoe), your local guide will begin poling you further inside the Okavango delta wilderness. There is of course a plethora of wildlife in this area who rely on the delta as a vital water source and natural habitat.
However, this trip really is all about relaxation, biodiversity and learning the inner workings of the worlds largest inland delta.
Having travelled for an hour or more by mokoro, you will reach a makeshift campsite and set up camp for the night.
What You’ll See
Most likely hippos, elephants and possibly more but as mentioned above, you will find a fascinating natural world in the delta to uncover with the local guides.
During the day you can go for a nature/game walk or even a sunset cruise, while the guides will usually organize an area to swim in the afternoon for those finding the heat a little over bearing.
When You’ll Go
Departing early morning from you hotel in Maun, the 2 day tour to the Okavango Delta can be extended to a 2 night tour and will return to town in the late afternoon.