The great hunter-explorer, Frederick Courtenay Selous wrote about his travels up the Zambezi, “As I travel north on the western floodplain of this great vein of water, I feel sure this must be the lifeblood of southern Africa and its most powerful water mass.” Today Zambia is slowly awakening as a tourist attraction centre in the immediate area of the Victoria Falls nearby Livingstone. The country is well known for their huge protected wilderness areas with its diverse range of game in Africa.
There was once a land in Africa with a great lake that was fed by an even greater river. Over millions of years, the forces of nature diverted and changed the face of this land. Today, the Okavango River which starts on the Benguela Plateau in Angola is the only evidence of this massive change.
Livingstone(Vic Falls) (2 Days); Chobe (3 Days)
Livingstone(Vic Falls) (2 Days); Chobe (3 Days); Okav.Delta (2 Days)
Livingstone(Vic Falls) (2 Days); Chobe (2 Days); Okav.Delta (2 Days);Moremi (2 Days); Savuti (1 Days)
Okav.Delta West (3 Days); Okav. Delta East (2 Days); Okav Delta North (2 Days); Linyanti (2 Days); Chobe (2 Days)
Livingstone(Vic Falls) (2 Days); Chobe (2 Days); Okav.Delta (2 Days);Moremi (2 Days); Savuti (2 Days);Linyanti (2 Days)
Kgalagadi (2 Days); Central-Kalahari (3 Days);Delta (2 Days); Moremi (2 Days);Savuti (2 Days);Linyanti (2 Days);Chobe (2 Days);Vic Falls (2 Days)
This safari can be custom-made for you personally to any area in Botswana or in combination with other neighboring countries.
Accommodation comprises the following: a 4*Lodge at the Chobe in Kasane (Botswana); safari en–suite tents or Chalets in Livingstone-Zambia and Maun (Botswana); fully equipped mobile tented camp of FLEET FOOT in the National Parks area and then at last a 3* Island Camp in the heart of the Delta. Accommodation could change from time to time according to availability during peak and high season. With the mobile camping safari all bed linen are provided. Camping with FLEET FOOT is comfortable and of high standard and brings back memories of the typical safaris of the olden days.
Exciting game drives with FLEET FOOT leave daily after sunrise followed by a late morning breakfast/brunch. After a relaxed afternoon at the swimming pool or in the comfort of camp or Lodge we drive out to visit nearby water holes and to see the sun sets in beautiful Africa. Game drives are planned to co-ordinate with the route we may follow to our next venue.
We provide our own well trained and qualified guides to accompany you on all FLEET FOOT excursions and game drives.
All meals at FLEET FOOT’S mobile camps are freshly prepared and evenings we sit around the campfire to experience typical South African “braai” or barbecue as the English renamed it with fresh vegetables and a selection of good wines.
BREAKFAST/BRUNCH: Cereals all sort, yoghurts, variations of eggs, bacon, sausages, potatoes, onions, baked beans/or other and toast with a selection of cheese, fruit, juice, tea/coffee and fruit juice.
LUNCH: Only a small snack or salad is served in the afternoon, usually picnic-style, because of limited time.
DINNER: 3 Course Barbecue/braai around campfire under the African sky offering a small starter and selection of various meats every other evening like lamb, beef, chicken, and selection of vegetables and salads. A small desert/sweet to round off the meal with tea and coffee before you go to bed.