There's no bad time to visit, but we would opt for the dry season (June-October).
Flight time is roughly 15 hours from London and you fly to Maun via Johannesburg.
The camps start from £800 per person per night and can go up to dizzy heights.
Known as “the river that never finds the sea”, crystal clear channels spread over the thirst-lands of the Kalahari with their papyrus-fringed banks and fertile floating islands. Adapted for a life in and out of water, the elegant red lechwe and shy sitatunga are found in this watery wilderness. Lion, cheetah, leopard and African wild dog share the floodplains with large herds of elephant and buffalo.
Explore the Okavango Delta by mokoro, motorised boat cruises, on foot or by game drive - or helicopter.
Arguably the most famous region in the great (salt) pans, the Mkgadikgadi Game Reserve is certainly the most accessible area within the pans region with properties such as Meno a Kwena and the excellent Jack’s and San Camps located on the western and eastern edges of the park itself.
A visit to the Makgadikgadi is all about visiting what is one of the true cradles of mankind with human inhabitation in the region for the longest period in history. A visit to the San bushmen offers a glimpse into the nomadic and subsistence lifestyles that punctuated early human existence. Today the ceremonies and knowledge that were once a staple to the tribe’s existence are preserved more for tourism than as a means of living but learning about their culture is still one of the most rewarding cultural experiences to be had in Africa and visiting ‘Kubu Island’ you will be one of a very privileged few to see one of the 5 oldest rock formations on the planet and a highly revered cultural site for the San.
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