Imagine cruising the lush Okavango Delta in a traditional dugout canoe. One of the world’s largest inland deltas, the river drains out onto the savannah creating a unique – and ever-changing – habitat for Botswana’s wildlife. Deemed one of the world’s premier wilderness areas, around 260,000 mammals congregate around the delta – making it ideal for
spotting the Big Five on a unique safari adventure.
Moremi Game Reserve is in northern Botswana, in the Okavango Delta, which becomes a lush animal habitat during seasonal floods. Dugout canoes are used to navigate past birdlife, hippos and crocodiles on waterways like the Xakanaxa Lagoon. On land, wildlife includes lions, leopards and rhinos. Safari camps are common, with several dotted around large Chief's Island and the forested Mopane Tongue Peninsula.