• Day 1:

    Departing at 06:00am, you will be picked up from any surrounding lodges or resorts in the Maun area and transferred to the closest boat station (dependent on rainfall and time of year) where you will meet you Mokoro guide and poler. Your Mokoro safari will begin as you head out into the many reed channels of the Okavango Delta. Your guide will already have an update of any exciting or special sightings in the area. Most guides are from the Bayei tribe who many believe to be the first inhabitants of the Okavango Delta, “people of the Delta” so to speak. You will learn about all aspects of this magical inland oasis from the tiniest of creatures, beautiful reed frogs and big 5 mammal species along the water edge. Your guide will also interpret nature in a unique manner and show you traditional and medicinal uses of wild plants in the Delta.

    After a peaceful trip in your Mokoro, you will arrive at your campsite on Boro Island situated in the heart of southern Okavango Delta. “Rustic luxury” would be the best way to describe this campsite’s layout. Enjoy a freshly prepared traditional lunch before heading out for a nature walk which will return just before sunset. Returning to a cosy, lantern lit camp surrounding a campfire. Feast, revel and enjoy the evening ahead as you tuck into a delicious dinner discussing the day’s sightings and listening to your camping team of staff and guides’ traditional stories, songs and dance as you wind down for the night on the banks of the Okavango Delta!

  • Day 2:

    Start the morning early along with the birds and enjoy your caffeine injection before heading out on a 2-hour nature walk. Upon returning you will enjoy a hearty breakfast before heading out on your Mokoro safari, which eventually makes its way back to the boat station where your transfer vehicle would be waiting. Returning at about 12:00pm.

    *** Please not in the case of the Boro channel being dry (depending on the time of the year) and alternative channel will be used to another area.