Day 1 and 2. Departure by plane from the town of Maun to camp San, lying on the edge of the Makgadikgadi salt plains great being part of the Kalahari desert. They are among the largest in the world and are the remains of the great lake that millions of years ago was in the area. Guests can explore the area on foot or ATV, the dominant white salt, przemieszanej with gravel, broken by occasional brown sunburnt grass. Representatives of the local fauna is mainly oryx, springboki, hyenas and meerkats. The great attraction is the opportunity to observe closely how the local tribe members live in San. Lodge, where you will be staying for the night, consists of 6 tents, set in a palm grove, with a stunning view of the surrounding countryside. Each tent is equipped with a shower in the colonial style - sun heated water coming directly from the bucket! Day 3 and 4. The outlet in the Okavango Delta to the camp Jacana. This place is a natural opposite of the Makgadikgadi salt plains and the Kalahari Desert. It is a real water paradise with lots of animals living there. The contrast between these places can already be seen during an airplane flight. Jacana Lodge is located near the Okavango swamps, which can be seen not only swimming boats on the Delta, but wandering around on foot. During the tours organized with Jacany Guests enjoy the land Rovers. It is hard to name all the animals living in areas of the delta. The largest include elephants, buffaloes, lions and leopards. They live here also countless flocks of water birds. Jacana Lodge consists of 5 comfortable tents with en-suite, spaced on wooden terraces, a dining room, a lounge and pub. Day 5 - 7. Drive from Jacana camp lying in another part of the Okavango Delta - Ketumetse. During the journey awaits guests truest African adventure - sailing boats mokoro local and motorboats and ride bicycles land by lagoons and swamps of the Okavango. During his stay in the camp, guests can explore the area during the walking tours and day and night trips by car. Day 8 - 10. Departure by plane in the direction of the plains Linyanti. After landing, guests are taken by car to the camp Explorer, hidden in the jungle of African acacia trees. The climate is different than in the delta - more dry savannah and plains cover, here and there interrupted by wetlands. The most common in this area are animals and kudu antelope szablorogie and hunting predators: lions, leopards and wild dogs wild dogs. They live here too rare Sitatunga antelope, which can be found at the watering hole. Guests are invited to ride on the River Boat Linyanti, where they have the opportunity to observe at the edge of elephant herds and hippos. On the tenth day of the expedition travelers have the opportunity to see the migration of herds in areas lying between the river and marshes Sanyuti Linyati. Day 11. Departure by plane to the Chobe National Park in northern Botswana and the Chobe river cruise boat catamaran stylized. From the deck you can watch the world's largest herd of elephants and lions. You then cross the border with Zambia, where the crossroads of four countries: Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe and Namibia. Spend the night in a luxury Sussi & Chuma lodge'u on the banks of the Zambezi River. Day 12. Leaving guided over the Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River, they are one of the 7 natural wonders of the world. Have a width of more than 1.5 kilometers, and the water falls from a height of over 100 meters in the water surf. After a trip over the waterfalls are picked up at the airport in Livingstone. Do you like this destination? For more detailed information please contact us using the contact form or call +377 97 97 43 78. Our travel consultants will be pleased to provide you with our recommendations.