Botswana Horse and Boat Safari With Zebras & Wildebeest Spotting

10 Day Trip
Per Day Price Level $$$$
Per Day Budget $ 785
Per Day USD ranges:
$$$$ < $250
$$$$ $250-500
$$$$ $500-750
$$$$ $750+
  • Ride through Botswana’s wilderness, visit giant baobabs, walk with the San Bushmen and canoe in the Okavango Delta to see wildlife such as the brown hyena, elephant herds, buffalo, giraffe and sable antelope.
  • Explore the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans, the last remnant of Africa's once-largest lake deep in the heart of the Kalahari.
  • Follow in the footsteps of the early explorers and hunters – Livingstone, Chapman and Selous as you cross the Pans and pass giant baobabs
  • Ride with thousands of zebra and wildebeest during the migration season, and spend time with habituated meerkat families as you walk with the San Bushmen, the first inhabitants of Africa.
  • Search for rare desert-adapted wildlife and for early stone age tools dotted across the landscape.
  • Fly up to Selinda to spend five days paddling one of the remotest, wild waterways in Botswana

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  • Itinerary Summary

    Day 1 : Arrival - Camp Kalahari

    On arrival in Maun a 40 minute flight from Maun takes us to Camp Kalahari, nestled amongst the acacias and Mokolwane palms of Brown Hyaena Island, on the edge of the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans, adjacent to the Makgadikgadi-Nxai Pans National Park, Botswana. The camp is refreshingly simple, yet comfortable, with a traditionally built thatch library, living/dining area and a swimming pool for those hot Kalahari days.
     
    Head off after tea in the beautiful afternoon light, for an introductory ride – primarily to match horse and rider and to provide the opportunity for you to experience the beauty of this magical area. 
     
    Return to the camp for sundowners followed by dinner and to kraal (think corral) the horses close by, before the lions of the Kalahari commence their nightly prowling.

    Accommodation: Luxury Camping

    Meals: Lunch, Dinner

    Day 2 : Ride and Wildlife Spotting

    Up with the dawn, a light breakfast is followed by a long morning ride through the “land of a thousand islands”.  Stranded on the ancient lakebed, these sand dunes covered in palm trees are one of the most beautiful and fascinating areas of the Botswana wilderness.  At the height of the migration season, the islands and adjoining grasslands are awash with zebra, wildebeest, hartebeest and ostrich - and of course the attendant predators!  The white encrusted pans between the islands provides excellent going for the horses.  Return to the camp for lunch and rest through the heat of the day in the welcome shade of the camel thorn trees or cool off in the camp swimming pool.
     
    After tea, head off to see some unique desert species such as springbok, gemsbok, red hartebeest and the elusive brown hyaena; these consummate desert specialists survive in arid areas where both food and water are scarce. The brown hyaena is a timid nocturnal, solitary forager, rarely seen by humans, but in spite of this, are very social animals, living in clans of up to 10-12 hyaenas.
     
    Enjoy a night game drive back to camp, and with the aid of a spot light, look for nocturnal desert inhabitants such as aardvark, bat eared foxes, aardwolves, porcupine, honey badgers and perhaps even a black maned Kalahari Lion.
     
    Arrive at Camp Kalahari in time for dinner.

    Accommodation: Luxury Camping

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    Day 3 : Ride to Xau Xai

    Today is a long ride eastwards to Xau Xai Fly Camp, so an early start is imperative.  Be sure to pack a few essentials for the next two days of adventure. The journey takes us away from the edge of the Pans and through the mopane and acacia woodlands interspersed with short grasslands allowing for lovely long canters.  Whilst the area is rich in birds of prey, bustards, korhaans and numerous other unusual dry woodland bird species; there is also a chance that we will sight kudu and the odd elephant bull.


    By lunchtime we reach the famous Greens Baobab proudly positioned alongside the well-travelled Missionary Road, traversed by David Livingstone on his journeys northwards.  The magnificent trunk of this ancient tree is scarred with the initials of early travellers dating back some 150 years thus providing a living testimony to the rich history of this area.  Break for lunch at the adjacent Gutsa Pan under a stand of palm trees where we may find Stone Age artefacts and the hunting blinds used over millennium by the Bushmen.
     
    Siesta through the midday heat and after tea, continue the journey on to Xau Xai Fly Camp.
     
    Camp will be made up of comfortable dome tents, a central mess tent, loos and bucket showers. Enjoy a long cool drink as you watch the sunset followed by dinner out under the magnificent Kalahari sky.

    Accommodation: Comfortable Camping

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    Day 4 : Meerkats and Ancient Lakebed Ride

    Wake up to a steaming hot cup of coffee and a light breakfast, before heading off in search of some of the Kalahari’s most fascinating inhabitants, the meerkats.
     
    With our horses tethered we will proceed on foot in to the midst of the group. Due to an ongoing habituation programme by Uncharted Africa Safari co. it’s possible for us to get up close and personal with these captivating creatures. Remember, they are not tame – just used to our non-threatening presence.

    On chilly mornings, you might well find a meerkat snuggling up to you for warmth. Or, in the absence of a termite mound or tree, using your head as a sentry lookout post…
    By spending quality time with these incredibly social, superbly adapted animals, you will be able to see how they interact with each other and their environment. You also get the chance to see the desert through the eyes of a meerkat – which, despite the fact that it’s only a foot off the ground, is a pretty spectacular vantage point, and definitely one of the most special and memorable game experiences you will encounter in Botswana
     
    As the day warms up, leave the meerkats to continue foraging. Mount up and follow the well-worn trails that lead to the resident herds of zebra and large congregations of ostriches attracted to the area by permanent freshwater in hidden waterholes.
     
    Return to Xau Xai for lunch and a refreshing shower.

    Set off in the late afternoon for one of the greatest adventures imaginable - a ride straight out into the middle of the ancient lakebed! Eventually all that can be seen is the vast flatness stretching in every direction
     
    Watch the sun set and the stars rise. This is one of the only places in the world where the silence is so complete you can hear the blood circulating through your ears. There is not one visual landmark to be seen and one swiftly loses one’s sense of perspective - 16,000 square kilometres of baking soda void, are inhabited only by you and a few gazillion invisible brine shrimp! And it is here that we’ll make camp.  Sleeping on bedrolls under the silence of a star studded sky!

    Accommodation: Comfortable Camping

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    Day 5 : Salt Pans and Baobabs

    Wake up on the moon! As the dawn greets this extraordinary landscape and the last of the stars disappear, head homewards directly across the Pans to Camp Kalahari, we may be lucky enough to see the unusual sight of ostrich deep in the Pans and then from a great distance the famous Chapman’s Baobab. Also known as the Seven Sisters, and acknowledged to be one of the largest trees in Africa, measuring 25metres around its girth, this great baobab was also the campsite of early explorers like Livingstone and Selous when they pioneered the area.

    It is near here that we break for lunch before our final ride back across the grasslands and into camp.  As the sun dips below the horizon and the last light fades, we will be sure to dwell on these amazing past few days.  Incredible scenery, memorable wildlife encounters and above all superb riding!
     
    Arrive at Camp Kalahari in time for a refreshing shower and a final lamp lit dinner.

    Accommodation: Comfortable Camping

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    Day 6 : Selinda

    A non-riding day commences with an early morning walk with Zu/’hoasi Bushmen trackers.

    Camp Kalahari has been working closely with the Zu/’hoasi people of the Western Kalahari for many years and are privileged to have a small group of these extraordinary men to guide us on a morning’s walking safari. Offering a window into the past, they teach us how they have survived in this harshest of environments, using their vast and ancient knowledge of plants, animal behaviour and survival skills.
    Time for one more lunch before we bid farewell to the Makgadikgadi  and our flight onto the Selinda Spillway. Your arrival by light aircraft from Maun into the Selinda Reserve offers a bird’s eye view of what lies ahead for the next few days.  The flight takes you over the Linyanti Marsh where off to the west the Spillway itself can be seen meandering its way through the flood plains and mopane woodlands.  Elephant and hippo feeding deep into the marsh are a common sight.

    A 4 x 4 safari vehicle will be at the Selinda airstrip to greet you and take you on a 3 hour drive to the starting point of where the actual canoe trail begins.  The drive follows the old tsetse fly control cut line passing through miles of mopane woodland interspersed with pans which attract the elephant and buffalo as they quench their thirst.  The vastness and wildness of this country soon becomes apparent!
    Without warning the waters of the Spillway suddenly open up before you – indeed a refreshing sight after the hot, dry drive.  You are now truly deep in the wilds of the Botswana bush!

    A full safety briefing and demonstration on the handling of the canoes follows before setting off with your guide for a gentle late afternoon paddle taking you to your first camp.  A dedicated support team who move ahead daily by canoe to set up camp will be on hand to greet us. The comfortable camp consists of small dome tents with made up bed rolls and a bucket shower and long drop toilet.

    Accommodation: Comfortable Camping

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    Day 7 : Canoeing

    An early wakeup call followed by a hearty breakfast sees us heading out in the canoes for a full day of paddling.  As the day warms up each bend in the river offers a host of surprises including the likelihood of elephants coming down to drink.

    A game walk on foot is a distinct possibility should we encounter buffalo or sable or hear the alarm calls of animals in the surrounding bush.   A delicious lunch will be taken in the heat of the day with a cooling swim for those who wish before paddling on in the late afternoon to our next campsite further along the Spillway.  After a delicious home cooked dinner out under a starlit sky we drift into a tired but contented sleep with the nocturnal calls of peeping frogs, roaring lions and the hyena’s whooping  punctuating the deep silence.  A truly magical African safari experience.

    Accommodation: Comfortable Camping

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    Day 8 : Wildlife Spotting

    Today we will spend most of the day exploring the area on foot as this area where our overnight camp is situated has a network of flooded backwaters making for beautiful walking country and of course very attractive to the wildlife.
     
    Lions are regularly heard calling in the vicinity of the camp and wild dogs have been known to den nearby. We will listen out for the alarm calls of impala or kudu or baboons and head in that direction.
     
    A morning walk will be followed by a good lunch, a siesta and then another evening walk to enjoy the day as it cools down.

    Accommodation: Comfortable Camping

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    Day 9 : Kwando River

    Another early start is necessary with another full day of paddling ahead. It is on this day that we truly notice the diversity of this magnificent water course.   Gliding ever closer to the Selinda itself,  the Spillway takes on a new identity with the water levels slowly dropping before suddenly rising again as we reach the confluence of the Kwando River backing up westwards.  A rich abundance of wildlife and birdlife becomes apparent with pods of hippos wallowing in the deep pools and flocks of jacanas, herons and plovers littering the river banks. After another sumptuous lunch we finally arrive at the last campsite which has been exquisitely sited on a small palm tree island.   Yet another delicious dinner prepared in front of us on the coals of the fire.

    Accommodation: Comfortable Camping

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    Day 10 : Departure

    A slightly more leisurely start with either a long morning walk or a shorter paddle before returning to camp for a final brunch and transfer by vehicle to the Selinda airstrip and a flight to Maun where you can catch your return flights.

    Meals: Brunch

  • Duration
    10 days
    Difficulty
    Moderate
    Primary Activities
    Multi Activity
    No. of travellers
    Min. 2
    Other Activities
    None
    Children Allowed
    Yes
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  • Price Details (per person)

    High Season May to Sep $ 7,850 $ 785 per day

    * All Prices are per person based on double occupancy. Some savings may be available for larger groups.

Cost Includes
  • Airport transfers
  • all activities in the itinerary
  • all meals
Cost Excludes
  • Internal flights if necessary
Day 1 : Arrival - Camp Kalahari

On arrival in Maun a 40 minute flight from Maun takes us to Camp Kalahari, nestled amongst the acacias and Mokolwane palms of Brown Hyaena Island, on the edge of the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans, adjacent to the Makgadikgadi-Nxai Pans National Park, Botswana. The camp is refreshingly simple, yet comfortable, with a traditionally built thatch library, living/dining area and a swimming pool for those hot Kalahari days.
 
Head off after tea in the beautiful afternoon light, for an introductory ride – primarily to match horse and rider and to provide the opportunity for you to experience the beauty of this magical area. 
 
Return to the camp for sundowners followed by dinner and to kraal (think corral) the horses close by, before the lions of the Kalahari commence their nightly prowling.

Accommodation: Luxury Camping
Meals Included: Lunch, Dinner

Day 2 : Ride and Wildlife Spotting

Up with the dawn, a light breakfast is followed by a long morning ride through the “land of a thousand islands”.  Stranded on the ancient lakebed, these sand dunes covered in palm trees are one of the most beautiful and fascinating areas of the Botswana wilderness.  At the height of the migration season, the islands and adjoining grasslands are awash with zebra, wildebeest, hartebeest and ostrich - and of course the attendant predators!  The white encrusted pans between the islands provides excellent going for the horses.  Return to the camp for lunch and rest through the heat of the day in the welcome shade of the camel thorn trees or cool off in the camp swimming pool.
 
After tea, head off to see some unique desert species such as springbok, gemsbok, red hartebeest and the elusive brown hyaena; these consummate desert specialists survive in arid areas where both food and water are scarce. The brown hyaena is a timid nocturnal, solitary forager, rarely seen by humans, but in spite of this, are very social animals, living in clans of up to 10-12 hyaenas.
 
Enjoy a night game drive back to camp, and with the aid of a spot light, look for nocturnal desert inhabitants such as aardvark, bat eared foxes, aardwolves, porcupine, honey badgers and perhaps even a black maned Kalahari Lion.
 
Arrive at Camp Kalahari in time for dinner.

Accommodation: Luxury Camping
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 3 : Ride to Xau Xai

Today is a long ride eastwards to Xau Xai Fly Camp, so an early start is imperative.  Be sure to pack a few essentials for the next two days of adventure. The journey takes us away from the edge of the Pans and through the mopane and acacia woodlands interspersed with short grasslands allowing for lovely long canters.  Whilst the area is rich in birds of prey, bustards, korhaans and numerous other unusual dry woodland bird species; there is also a chance that we will sight kudu and the odd elephant bull.


By lunchtime we reach the famous Greens Baobab proudly positioned alongside the well-travelled Missionary Road, traversed by David Livingstone on his journeys northwards.  The magnificent trunk of this ancient tree is scarred with the initials of early travellers dating back some 150 years thus providing a living testimony to the rich history of this area.  Break for lunch at the adjacent Gutsa Pan under a stand of palm trees where we may find Stone Age artefacts and the hunting blinds used over millennium by the Bushmen.
 
Siesta through the midday heat and after tea, continue the journey on to Xau Xai Fly Camp.
 
Camp will be made up of comfortable dome tents, a central mess tent, loos and bucket showers. Enjoy a long cool drink as you watch the sunset followed by dinner out under the magnificent Kalahari sky.

Accommodation: Comfortable Camping
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 4 : Meerkats and Ancient Lakebed Ride

Wake up to a steaming hot cup of coffee and a light breakfast, before heading off in search of some of the Kalahari’s most fascinating inhabitants, the meerkats.
 
With our horses tethered we will proceed on foot in to the midst of the group. Due to an ongoing habituation programme by Uncharted Africa Safari co. it’s possible for us to get up close and personal with these captivating creatures. Remember, they are not tame – just used to our non-threatening presence.

On chilly mornings, you might well find a meerkat snuggling up to you for warmth. Or, in the absence of a termite mound or tree, using your head as a sentry lookout post…
By spending quality time with these incredibly social, superbly adapted animals, you will be able to see how they interact with each other and their environment. You also get the chance to see the desert through the eyes of a meerkat – which, despite the fact that it’s only a foot off the ground, is a pretty spectacular vantage point, and definitely one of the most special and memorable game experiences you will encounter in Botswana
 
As the day warms up, leave the meerkats to continue foraging. Mount up and follow the well-worn trails that lead to the resident herds of zebra and large congregations of ostriches attracted to the area by permanent freshwater in hidden waterholes.
 
Return to Xau Xai for lunch and a refreshing shower.

Set off in the late afternoon for one of the greatest adventures imaginable - a ride straight out into the middle of the ancient lakebed! Eventually all that can be seen is the vast flatness stretching in every direction
 
Watch the sun set and the stars rise. This is one of the only places in the world where the silence is so complete you can hear the blood circulating through your ears. There is not one visual landmark to be seen and one swiftly loses one’s sense of perspective - 16,000 square kilometres of baking soda void, are inhabited only by you and a few gazillion invisible brine shrimp! And it is here that we’ll make camp.  Sleeping on bedrolls under the silence of a star studded sky!

Accommodation: Comfortable Camping
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 5 : Salt Pans and Baobabs

Wake up on the moon! As the dawn greets this extraordinary landscape and the last of the stars disappear, head homewards directly across the Pans to Camp Kalahari, we may be lucky enough to see the unusual sight of ostrich deep in the Pans and then from a great distance the famous Chapman’s Baobab. Also known as the Seven Sisters, and acknowledged to be one of the largest trees in Africa, measuring 25metres around its girth, this great baobab was also the campsite of early explorers like Livingstone and Selous when they pioneered the area.

It is near here that we break for lunch before our final ride back across the grasslands and into camp.  As the sun dips below the horizon and the last light fades, we will be sure to dwell on these amazing past few days.  Incredible scenery, memorable wildlife encounters and above all superb riding!
 
Arrive at Camp Kalahari in time for a refreshing shower and a final lamp lit dinner.

Accommodation: Comfortable Camping
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 6 : Selinda

A non-riding day commences with an early morning walk with Zu/’hoasi Bushmen trackers.

Camp Kalahari has been working closely with the Zu/’hoasi people of the Western Kalahari for many years and are privileged to have a small group of these extraordinary men to guide us on a morning’s walking safari. Offering a window into the past, they teach us how they have survived in this harshest of environments, using their vast and ancient knowledge of plants, animal behaviour and survival skills.
Time for one more lunch before we bid farewell to the Makgadikgadi  and our flight onto the Selinda Spillway. Your arrival by light aircraft from Maun into the Selinda Reserve offers a bird’s eye view of what lies ahead for the next few days.  The flight takes you over the Linyanti Marsh where off to the west the Spillway itself can be seen meandering its way through the flood plains and mopane woodlands.  Elephant and hippo feeding deep into the marsh are a common sight.

A 4 x 4 safari vehicle will be at the Selinda airstrip to greet you and take you on a 3 hour drive to the starting point of where the actual canoe trail begins.  The drive follows the old tsetse fly control cut line passing through miles of mopane woodland interspersed with pans which attract the elephant and buffalo as they quench their thirst.  The vastness and wildness of this country soon becomes apparent!
Without warning the waters of the Spillway suddenly open up before you – indeed a refreshing sight after the hot, dry drive.  You are now truly deep in the wilds of the Botswana bush!

A full safety briefing and demonstration on the handling of the canoes follows before setting off with your guide for a gentle late afternoon paddle taking you to your first camp.  A dedicated support team who move ahead daily by canoe to set up camp will be on hand to greet us. The comfortable camp consists of small dome tents with made up bed rolls and a bucket shower and long drop toilet.

Accommodation: Comfortable Camping
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 7 : Canoeing

An early wakeup call followed by a hearty breakfast sees us heading out in the canoes for a full day of paddling.  As the day warms up each bend in the river offers a host of surprises including the likelihood of elephants coming down to drink.

A game walk on foot is a distinct possibility should we encounter buffalo or sable or hear the alarm calls of animals in the surrounding bush.   A delicious lunch will be taken in the heat of the day with a cooling swim for those who wish before paddling on in the late afternoon to our next campsite further along the Spillway.  After a delicious home cooked dinner out under a starlit sky we drift into a tired but contented sleep with the nocturnal calls of peeping frogs, roaring lions and the hyena’s whooping  punctuating the deep silence.  A truly magical African safari experience.

Accommodation: Comfortable Camping
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 8 : Wildlife Spotting

Today we will spend most of the day exploring the area on foot as this area where our overnight camp is situated has a network of flooded backwaters making for beautiful walking country and of course very attractive to the wildlife.
 
Lions are regularly heard calling in the vicinity of the camp and wild dogs have been known to den nearby. We will listen out for the alarm calls of impala or kudu or baboons and head in that direction.
 
A morning walk will be followed by a good lunch, a siesta and then another evening walk to enjoy the day as it cools down.

Accommodation: Comfortable Camping
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 9 : Kwando River

Another early start is necessary with another full day of paddling ahead. It is on this day that we truly notice the diversity of this magnificent water course.   Gliding ever closer to the Selinda itself,  the Spillway takes on a new identity with the water levels slowly dropping before suddenly rising again as we reach the confluence of the Kwando River backing up westwards.  A rich abundance of wildlife and birdlife becomes apparent with pods of hippos wallowing in the deep pools and flocks of jacanas, herons and plovers littering the river banks. After another sumptuous lunch we finally arrive at the last campsite which has been exquisitely sited on a small palm tree island.   Yet another delicious dinner prepared in front of us on the coals of the fire.

Accommodation: Comfortable Camping
Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Day 10 : Departure

A slightly more leisurely start with either a long morning walk or a shorter paddle before returning to camp for a final brunch and transfer by vehicle to the Selinda airstrip and a flight to Maun where you can catch your return flights.

Meals Included: Brunch

Cost of the entire itinerary

High Season May to Sep $ 7,850 $ 785 per day
Months not available Oct to Apr
Cost Includes
  • Airport transfers
  • all activities in the itinerary
  • all meals
Cost Excludes
  • Internal flights if necessary
Climate

Winter May-August when dry and cool.
Summer  September-April with rains December-March but average only 400mm per annum. Vegetation: Kalahari thorn bush, open grasslands, empty salt pans on the Saddle part of the safari, river and riverine woodland on the Paddle part.
Wildlife: All of Africa’s great wildlife.

Visas, Travel Documents and Special Permits

Some nationalities require visas. When entering Botswana each visitor is given an entry visa valid for the length of your stay. 

Physical Fitness/Skills

Fit for riding at most 6 hours per day.

Immunizations / Medical Requirements

Although there are no specific requirements with regard to vaccinations, each visitor should check with their local doctor at home and follow the advice accordingly.  This should include anti malaria cover even though Botswana is a low risk area.
 
Light weight riding helmets are compulsory for all children and for adults must be worn within the requirements of your insurance cover.  Adults riding without helmets do so at their own risk and the company cannot be held responsible for any injuries sustained.

Recommended Packing List

For riding:


  • Riding Helmet:  light weight ventilated of good quality is recommended.  Insurance regulations insist on this requirement whilst on horseback.
  • Riding gear:  Jodphurs / Long trousers.  Half chaps
  • Riding footwear:  these should be comfortable and easy to walk in if required.
  • Socks – several pairs
  • Riding gloves
  • Long sleeved collared shirts in neutral bush colours
  • Buff / bandana (to protect face and neck from sun and dust).
  • Light weight warm fleece or jacket
  • Lightweight waterproof windbreaker jacket
  • Dark sunglasses on a string
  • Underwear
  • Bum bag / Waist pouch to carry lip balm, suncream, small camera and extra batteries and memory card

                                               
 Other:

 

  • Torch – head torch is recommended
  • Small lightweight binoculars
  • Camera with battery charging equipment, spare batteries and memory cards
  • Broad brimmed sunhat (for when not riding)
  • Layers: Cotton long and short sleeved T shirts, Shorts, Cotton trousers, Sarong and bathing costume, Comfortable sleepwear according to the season (tracksuit recommended for winter months), woollen beanie and gloves
  • Footwear:  flip flops, closed shoes/ boots for around the camp
  • Sunblock, insect repellent, lip salve, personal medication, personal toiletries
  • Reading material
  • Passport, Insurance and Medical details
Meals provided

The safari caters for any dietary requirements and provides full English and continental breakfast, light lunches and three course dinners with tea and coffee throughout the day. On the paddle part of the safari all meals are cooked over an open fire.

Other useful tips

Batteries are not easily available in this region, please bring and a universal adaptor is handy.

Operator ID

3931

Operator Profile

The glorious wilderness of Africa has been home to this intrepid husband and wife horse-safari experts for 50 years, and their wish is you fall in love with it the way they did. Watch wild animals roam in the millions on the vast plains under a magnificent African sky. Enter the magical world and interact with the Bushmen under the expert care of these consummate professionals. For the non-riders among you, they will organize special walking and bird-watching tours as well.

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Botswana Horse and Boat Safari With Zebras & Wildebeest Spotting