From the Kalahari Desert to the Okavango Delta and onto the Victoria Falls. 12 days from $5,880

Central Kalahari Game Reserve, 3 nights. Fly from Maun in Botswana to the Kalahari Desert.  Enjoy the huge vistas of the desert, and the wildlife that lives in it.  After the rains large herds of wildebeest, zebra, gemsbok and springbok are found feeding on the new grass.  Learn how the Kalahari San people live in this inhospitable environment.  Tau Pan Camp.

Okavango Delta, 3 nights  Fly from Tau Pan into the Okavango Delta. Take game walks and excursions by mokoro, (dug-out canoe) on the waterways of the Okavango Delta, as well as game drives to see the wealth of animal species. Kwara Camp.

Kwando Concession, 3 nights.  The Kwando Concession on the Kwando River offers great and exlcusive game viewing in an area excellent for cats including lion, leopard and cheetah as well as a huge reputation for African wild dog.  Game drives,game walks and boat safaris on offer.  Guides and trackers increase yor chances of excellent game viewing.  Kwando Lagoon Camp.

Victoria Falls, 2 nights.   Fly to Kasane and then cross the Zambezi into Zambia by ferry and drive to your exclusive luxury lodge set on two islands in the middle of the Zambezi River.  From this lovely, personal lodge visit the magnificent Victoria Falls with excellent viewing from the Zambian side, take a sundowner cruise on the river, bird-watch on the islands.   Islands of Siankaba Lodge.
Livingstone.  Transfer to Livingstone airport and onward flight to Johannesburg.

Cost: from U.S. $5,880 per person, based on two people travelling together in twin/double-bedded accommodation.  This is a low season price, December 2015 to end March 2016.  Christmas surcharge will apply; travel during the high season of July to October will increase the cost considerably.

Low season in Botswana (Dec to March) offers the same camps, guides and service at sometimes significantly less than 50% of high season prices.   Some rain is possible, normally in short sharp showers, and some of the large herds of elephant and buffalo have dispersed from areas such as the Okavango Delta, but all territorial animals such as the predators remain, and the clear light and excellent bird watching, coupled with the fantastic value at excellent and really exclusive camps, make this a favourite time for many.

International flights and Johannesburg/Maun, Livingstone/Johannesburg not included.