During times of high water levels in the Okavango Delta Chiefs Island boating Safaris are a memorable way to spend a few days.
Gliding along the uncharted and ever-changing reed lined channels is mesmerizing. Water birds fly around the boat and fish dart through the clear water below you.
We run multi-day boating Safaris into the heart of the Okavango Delta. On our boating safaris we overnight in one, or a combination of, “Botswana Guides Association” campsites that are located up the Western edge of Chiefs Island. From these campsites we offer guided walks through the forests and grassy plains of pristine Okavango islands, mokoro explorations on uncharted waterways and boating excursions.
Let us know when and how many days you have to explore the Okavango and we will suggest an itinerary.
P 2500.00 per person per day, based on 4 or more people.
For 2 people add 40% to the price above.
For 3 people add 20% to the price above.
2.5m x 2.5m tent with a comfortable bedroll (and linen). Bedside table with lantern. A seperate shared shower and toilet will be erected.
Early breakfast- Cereals, rusks tea and coffee.
Brunch- Eggs, beans, fried tomato, sausage and toast.
Light afternoon snack- Cold meats, salads breads.
Dinner- 2 courses, soup and a main or a main and desert.
3lts of drinking water per person per day & fruit juice for breakfast.
If you would like to take any drinks we will supply a cooler and ice.
For groups of more than 4 people a tender boat and 2 staff will set up camp ahead of you. For 4 or less people staff will go with you and all equipment will be carried on the boat with you.
Luggage should be restricted to 20kg per person in soft bags, if this is not possible please give us prior warning.
There is a luggage storage facility for any bags you wish to leave in Maun.