Okavango Delta photographic safari in Botswana

Price
US $19750 per accommodation
Duration
13 Days
Type
Small group
More info
A single supplement of US$6,890 is available on this expedition. This expedition has the option of private departures, ideal for groups of friends and families, offering a flexible range of dates, durations and inclusions.
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Description of Okavango Delta photographic safari in Botswana

Price information

US $19750 per accommodation
A single supplement of US$6,890 is available on this expedition. This expedition has the option of private departures, ideal for groups of friends and families, offering a flexible range of dates, durations and inclusions.
Make enquiry

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Responsible Travel

As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) vacation so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.

Planet

Group Size
We are passionate about minimising the negative impacts that tourism may cause. A pillar of our travel philosophy is our belief in small group sizes. Our maximum capacity for this trip to Botswana is just 12 travelers. Not only does this minimise the negative impacts on the destinations we visit, but it also provides a more immersive and intimate local travel experience.

Reducing use of Single-use plastics
All of our travelers to Botswana are provided with cloth bags and reusable water bottles at the beginning of their trip to help them avoid single-use plastics such as plastic shopping bags and disposable water bottles. Further to this, we instruct our suppliers in these countries to provide large tanks of potable water for group vehicles. We also encourage the hotels and lodges that host our groups to provide safe and reliable water at refill stations. These simple but effective measures can have a considerable impact and drastically reduce the amount of waste generated during each expedition. It also has the added benefit of helping our Botswanan partners operate in a more sustainable manner.

Environmentally friendly mobile camps
Our expedition consists mostly of mobile tented camps. With these sites, we have no permanent structures (with no cement used for example) and therefore we leave no footprint and no mark on the land. We use eco-friendly safari style toilets, with no chemicals. All our biodegrade rubbish is carefully buried as per park regulations. All other rubbish is taken out and returned to Maun where it is recycled where possible, (glass, metal, plastics).
Our safari equipment is carefully chosen to give the best comfort with the least weight, no unnecessary equipment is taken, and this ensures that the safari vehicles we use, which are carefully designed, can carry a maximum load with a minimum number of vehicles.

People

Supporting local projects & communities
We visit and financially support Bana Ba Letsatsi in Maun - a rehabilitation center that offers a place of safety for orphans and vulnerable children. This center provides ongoing support in the form of counselling, education, skills training, daily meals, sports, clothes, transport, medical attention, hygiene facilities and many other services and activities for the children of the area and is a vital lifeline for their protection and wellbeing. There is no interaction with the children at the center during our visit.

Local suppliers
We want to make sure that as much money as possible generated from our expeditions stays in Botswana. We work with local guides and drivers and purchase from a range of local suppliers to ensure the economic benefits of travel are spread amongst the local communities in the destinations we visit. Our mobile safari is fairly labour intensive, with putting up and taking down of tents many times during a safari. This in turn provides employment work of our safari crew who come from all over Botswana.

We avoid using large international chain hotels, and instead across these countries work with locally owned properties such as the family run Meno A Kwena Lodge and the Mopiri Camp. Our experiences are also tailored to benefit local communities and provide meaningful connections with them – such as our experience inviting local anthropologists and ecologists to spend time with our groups whilst in camping, giving them a chance to share their culture, work and conservation projects.

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