African Safari

Mobile Camping / African Safari

Camping African Safari is an incredible way to see some of the most beautiful and majestic animals on the planet. If you’re looking for an adventure of a lifetime, this is it!

On an African safari you will have an experience that you will never forget. The best way to enjoy the safari is to go camping, where you will enjoy the best safari destinations

We offer mobile camping safari in all Botswana game reserves and national parks such as, Okavango Delta, Moremi Game Reserve, Chobe National Park, and many others. These safaris are completely exclusive to you, your travel partners and family.

Mobile safaris have become incredibly popular, as you journey through remote parts of Africa, totally alone apart from the camp crew who move your luxury camp whilst you are game viewing during the day. Mobile safaris tend to move into new territory every 2 – 3 days, and purposefully explore the most untouched areas of wilderness.

Botswana offers some of the best safaris on the African continent, we have perfected the African Safaris to give you the best. The combination of epic wildlife populations in the Okavango Delta, Moremi Game Reserve and Chobe National Park, with the world’s largest network of salt pans in Makgadikgadi Pans and the desert-specialist animals of the Kalahari, makes for endless Botswana safari packages and possibilities. “There’s no bad time to go on a Botswana safari tour, although it does depend on what sort of journey you have in mind and where you’d like to go.

If you’re keen to see the Okavango Delta and other northern reserves such as Moremi or Chobe at their best, July to September is excellent with generally dry conditions, plenty of water in the Delta’s waterways, and wildlife in abundance; be prepared for high-season prices, however. By October, it can be hot and uncomfortable, although animals tend to concentrate around the few remaining water sources and hence are easily seen. If birds are the reason you’re considering Botswana, November to April is when birds migrate here in their millions, a period that coincides with low-season prices in the north.

African Safari
African Safari
African Safari