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Moremi Magic: fully catered mobile tented safari

Botswana: Maun - Moremi - Okavango Delta - Khwai - Maun

from US$ 2,990 per person sharing

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Moremi Magic: fully catered mobile tented safari

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Indication Price (from): US$ 2,990 per person sharing *view all prices and dates

Length: 6 days / 5 nights

Group Size: 7

Location: Botswana: Maun - Moremi - Okavango Delta - Khwai - Maun

Departure Dates:


Final prices vary, subject to factors such as exchange rates, time of year and availability. Contact us to fine-tune these prices and to tailor-make your dream safari.


Our fee for compiling your dream safari is included in the price that you pay.

Join us on an exploration of Botswana’s most productive game-viewing areas. Glide down meandering waterways, be dazzled by Botswana’s prolific birdlife and get ready to encounter lions, leopards, hyenas, cheetahs and wild dogs in this wildlife paradise.

Led by a team of experienced guides who are eager to share their ‘backyard’ with you, and a seasoned staff complement that cannot wait to pamper you back at camp, you will spend six days and five comfortable nights in two of Botswana’s game-viewing havens.

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Travel diary by our CEO: Moremi Magic

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Day 1: Arrival in Maun and transfer to Moremi Game Reserve

“Dumela / Hello! And welcome to Botswana!”

Once you have landed in Maun, an Africa Geographic representative will meet you at the arrivals hall of Maun Airport – holding a name board with your names displayed. Arrivals from most cities usually land in Maun in late morning or midday. Other participants already in Botswana will need to gather at the airport in Maun, and once the entire group is present the tour will commence. Departure time is usually at about 13h00, and everyone will be notified prior to the start of this tour, where and when they are expected to meet with the rest of the group.

You will be provided with a snack pack before you are handed over to our pilot, who will whisk you away on a light aircraft for a stunning scenic flight over the Okavango Delta and Chief’s Island. This flight promises to deliver an unforgettable eagle’s eye view of the Delta. Before you know it you will be descending and landing in Moremi Game Reserve, having saved yourself three to four hours of dusty road transfer, with amazing aerial memories you will never forget. As soon as you emerge from your aircraft, our ground team will be there to collect you and take you to your mobile tented camp – all the while enjoying some game viewing en route to camp.

Arrival at your camp will likely be before sunset and in good time for a chilled sundowner while you put your feet up around the fire and begin the process of ridding your body of stress and soaking up the scents and sounds of Africa. Your bags will be offloaded and stashed in your tent while your delicious dinner is cooked over an open fire and your guide delivers an essential camp safety briefing and explains your safari program. Remember that your camp is not fenced, and dangerous wildlife may walk through camp at any time of day or night.

Overnight at Moremi Mobile Tented Camp.

Day 2: Moremi Mobile Tented Camp , Moremi Game Reserve

Your day will be spent exploring the Xaxanaka/3rd Bridge areas of Moremi in your game drive vehicle, during the cool mornings and afternoons.

Whilst on game drives your guide will use his experience, keen eyesight and understanding of the area to target and show you as much as he can. He will be on the lookout for many species but of course most people want to see lions, leopards, elephants, wild dogs, cheetahs, hyenas and honey badgers. It is important to appreciate that sightings cannot be guaranteed, as wildlife movements are subject to many influences, and there is always a degree of luck in successful wildlife sightings.

During the heat of the day you will be back at camp to enjoy a light lunch, siesta, or down time to download and edit your images, or read your book. As soon as the heat starts to die down you will head out for an afternoon game drive. Expect to be back in camp in the early evening after your sundowner, and to a welcoming camp fire, delicious meal and a night sky packed with stars.

Nights at Moremi Mobile Tented Camp.

Day 3: Game drive transfer to Khwai

Shortly after breakfast you will head out for a full day in the bush on game drive while the team relocates your private camp from Moremi to the Khwai / east Moremi area of the Okavango Delta. Your game drive will be unrushed, with a stop en-route to enjoy a picnic lunch.

You will spend the next three nights at your campsite in Khwai, exploring the floodplains and riverine woodlands on game drives both during the day and at night. You will also experience a mokoro (traditional canoe) outing, exploring the Khwai River channels – the easternmost reach of the Okavango river system.

Game drives after dark are with the aid of a spotlight, allowing you to see some of the nocturnal animals that are rarely encountered during the day. Please note that night drives are not permitted within the national parks and reserves. These activities are conducted outside the boundaries of the Moremi Game Reserve, in the Khwai community area only.

Overnight at Khwai Mobile Tented Camp.

Days 4 – 5: Khwai

These days will be spent exploring the Khwai area on game drives during the cool mornings and afternoons, and on the mokoro outing which will be scheduled for one of these days. Again your guide will use all of his skills and experience to show you as much as he can of the local wildlife species, and what you see is subject to wildlife movements.

During the heat of the day you will again spend time in camp and your time after the afternoon and evening game drive is spent around the fire.

Nights at Khwai Mobile Tented Camp.

If you are departing Botswana tomorrow, please note you will likely require a PCR test to cross over/fly to Zambia, Zimbabwe, Namibia or South Africa. Testing facilities are available in Kasane or Maun and results can be obtained 24 hours after testing. This means you may need us to book you an extra night in either Kasane or Maun. Alternatively, if you are a large group, we might be able to fly a nurse to your lodge or camp on Day 4 or 5, have you tested, and have your results ready for collection as you reach Maun or Kasane airports. Please contact us to discuss which arrangement suits you best.

Day 6: Depart Khwai and drive back to Maun

Shortly after breakfast you will slowly drive out of Khwai, game viewing along the way and eventually joining the main road to return back to Maun. En route there will be a short stop to enjoy a last picnic lunch before dropping you at Maun airport, or wherever you require to spend the night. Expect to be in Maun at about noon, in time to check in for your departure flight, or for you other arrangements.

Indication Price (from): US$ 2,990 per person sharing (see below for further pricing where relevant)

Departure Dates:


2023 Depatures
25-30 April 5 spaces left – see rates below
23-28 May 7 spaces left – see rates below
20-25 June 5 spaces left – see rates below
18-23 July 7 spaces left – see rates below
15-20 August 7 spaces left – see rates below
12-17 Sept 7 spaces left – see rates below
10-15 Oct 7 spaces left – see rates below
7-12 Nov 7 spaces left – see rates below
2023 Rates
Low Season (Apr-Jun, Nov) US$ 2,990 per person
High Season (Jul-Oct) US$ 3,805 per person


Maximum group size – 12 guests in 2 vehicles. Minimum age 8 for private departures.

On all charter flights, there is a luggage limit of 20kg in soft bags including camera equipment/hand luggage.

Passengers that weigh 100kgs or more or have excess luggage may be required to purchase an additional seat on the charter flight – please advise our reservations at the time of booking.

Any guest on a departure where they are the only guest will be required to pay a single supplement for the charter flight

No single supplement, however Africa Geographic Travel reserves the right to limit the number of singles.

Minimum age 12 yrs old. 15% discount for children 12-17 years inclusive when they travel with their parents.

Price Includes:
All accommodation mentioned in the itinerary, airport meet and greets, collections and transfers, all game drives, all meals starting with dinner on day of arrival and lunch on day of departure. Selected drinks (local wine, local beer, gin & tonic, Coke, Coke Light, fruit juice, bottled water) are included, except spirits. All entrance and camping fees to national parks and game reserves as well as private campsites used wherever possible and available. A dedicated safari team including a driver/guide, cook, camp assistant and back up driver. All activities as specified in the itinerary. 24/7 office support.

Price Excludes:
International or domestic flights, visas or tourism levies to enter Botswana, entry or exit PCR tests, items of personal nature, telephone calls, laundry, spirits (other than gin), travel and medical insurance, gratuities, excess baggage charges, or any activities not specified in the itinerary.


Final prices vary, subject to factors such as exchange rates, time of year and availability. Contact us to fine-tune these prices and to tailor-make your dream safari.


The price you see includes all services rendered by us and we only generate revenue once and if you book one of our safaris. Going directly to any of the lodges and other suppliers in our safari packages will not save you money because we earn discounts from suppliers based on the volume of business that we generate for them.

Additional Information

Climate: June is the start of Botswana’s dry season – an excellent time to visit. Nights can be cold, but the day temperatures rise up to a very comfortable 25°C – ideal for safaris in the Moremi and Khwai areas. By mid-July the bush is dry and dusty, and yet the waterways of the Okavango Delta area remain full with flood water. Visibility for game viewing is EXCELLENT as game is concentrated and so are predators, allowing for great sightings. By August temperatures remain warm and the bulk of flood water has filtered through the system, and floodplain water levels are dropping. September sees winter coming to an end as night time temperatures rise, and day temperatures reach the mid-30’s.

Difficulty: This is a mobile and motorised game viewing safari. There is no walking, but depending on how fit and healthy you are, the early wake up calls and late game viewing evening may take a slight toll on your energy levels and stamina by the end of the trip. It is advised that you make use of down times wisely and recoup some rest and sleep when you can.

Accommodation: The mobile tented camp features an open kitchen, a mess area, a campfire hearth and a set of comfortable walk-in Meru-style tents with canvas floors. All windows and entrances have mosquito gauze.

Beds are comfortable, with bed linen and fleece blankets. Each tent has amenities such as soap, shampoo, toilet paper, mosquito repellent, torch, outside paraffin lamp and a bassinet to wash your hands or splash your face.

Hot or cold water for your shower is provided on request to your en-suite shower, ready for you on your return from a safari walk. These are gravity showers with an easy to use shower head. Towels are supplied. Your en-suite area also includes a ‘bush toilet’ or ‘long drop’, with comfortable seated thrones.

All the mobile tented camp meals are cooked in camp by the resident chef. A cooler box with ice and an assortment of cool drinks, wines and beers is available. Comfortable camping chairs surrounding the campfire are an enticement to sit and relax, share, ponder and recount the daily experiences.

Game viewing vehicle: Game drives and local transfers are carried in custom made open game drive vehicles with a shade roof. Seating is provided in game viewing seats (not benches), and vehicles are equipped with long-range fuel tanks. Your game drive vehicle is always supplied with water, cool drinks, coffee, tea and biscuits, as well as blankets and ponchos.

Covid-19: For the most up-to-date information on Covid-related travel restrictions, please visit Coronavirus (COVID-19) Flight & Travel Restrictions by Country

Booking and payment details: Once you have decided to join one of our safaris, you will need to contact us for a booking formwhich will include details relating to deposit and final payments etc. As our groups are small they fill up quickly.

Client Testimonials

Meier is beyond excellent. He created an experience of a lifetime. All equipment worked well and met expectations. The chef Lesh is creative and provides a good variety in the circumstances of the bush. We appreciate that due to good attention to cleanliness we did not get sick. We should also mention that all the safari team were friendly and obliging throughout the safari. A very good workhorse vehicle that suits the terrain. A great balance of comfort and remoteness. We were generally first to view animals due to the punctuality of staff. We appreciated small details such as the hot water bottles. But the major factor in the success of the trip was our outstanding guide Meier – intelligent, knowledgeable, articulate, humorous, patient and hardworking – surely the best in Africa. And lets not forget a natural storyteller – he must write a book!
John & Gail – August 2017

Sam was great, good fun and very knowledgeable. The food was delicious. I am a vegan and the choice was amazing, I was well catered for. The vehicle was very comfortable and looked brand new. It has been an amazing experience. Everything has been perfect. Big thank you to Sam and Snake (Noga). I would recommend this Botswana safari to everyone.
Jessica – July 2017

Sam was an incredible guide with a seemingly endless knowledge of Botswana and the local animals. He led us to amazing sites and made the experience second to none. Tents were clean and easy to put up with a buddy. We were comfortable the entire safari. Noga is a five star cook and we enjoyed every meal! The final braai was the cheery on the top. Vehicle was comfortable on long drives while allowing for the best game viewing. We felt fully informed of safety practices and we felt secure the entire trip. This was the trip of a lifetime and made all the better with stellar guides and service. They went above and beyond to make us comfortable even as it was our first time in the bush. We loved every minute and will be back!
Dave – May 2017

Meier, I cant say enough positive things about him. He’s very knowledgable, witty & experienced. He respected the wildlife which I appreciated. Thuso’s cooking was fantastic – esp since he was cooking for meat-eaters and vegetarians on the go. We never went hungry or felt hard done by. It was very tasty and varied. I had an amazing time. Between animals, group members & guide & cook, this was a FAR FAR more rewarding and enjoyable trip than I’d expected it’d be. I saw (nearly) all of the animals I was hoping for and had lots of fun in the process. Thanks!! Thanks for all your co-operation and assistance in helping to get my bags back to me asap. I really appreciate the extra effort!!
Catrien – June 2016

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