The Big Cats Botswana Safari is the greatest way to experience two important Botswana regions while offering you the best chance to see Africa's Big Cats. Make fantastic memories while viewing amazing wildlife, staying in luxurious lodges, and taking part in interesting adventures. This is a journey you won't soon forget. Moremi Game Reserve is located in northern Botswana and makes up the eastern portion of the Okavango Delta. It was formally declared on March 15, 1963. Moremi Game Reserve is distinctive from the majority of Africa's great parks and game reserves in that it was established by the native Ngamiland inhabitants and was overseen by the Fauna Conservation Society of Ngamiland until 1979, when it was turned over to the Botswana government. Moremi was established as a result of worries shared by local Europeans and Tribal members that indiscriminate hunting would result in the extinction of all animal species.
Moremi Game Reserve
Chobe National Park
When you arrive at Maun Airport, you will be greeted by a Dav Safari representative who will lead you to the domestic terminal and waiting lounge. You will then fly quickly to Camp Moremi from here. Camp Moremi, perched amid massive ebony trees in the Moremi Game Reserve's Xakanaxa region, gives genuine meaning to the word safari. During game drives in open 4x4 vehicles, which are conducted in the early morning and late afternoon, lion, leopard, and cheetah sightings are common, as are wild dog sightings. Alternatively, visitors can use a motorboat to cruise around the nearby Okavango canals and Xakanaxa Lagoon.
After breakfast, you will be driven to the airport for your flight to Chobe National Park. The region is well-known for its bull elephant population and for the unusual interactions with the local predator species. The nearby wildlife is reflected in the recently renovated, contemporary African design. The majority of the activities revolve around game drives in open 4x4 safari vehicles across the Savute area. Savute claims to host a spectacularly large summer zebra migration, which typically takes place between November and December and again between February and April when the zebras migrate from the rivers in the north in search of the lush grasslands and full waterholes in the southeast of the park. The timing of this migration is determined by the rains.
Following breakfast, you will be driven to the airport to catch your departure to Maun, capping off your Big Cats Safari experience.