Botswana, Victoria Falls & Mozambique

Exclusive, luxurious, unique. A sublime safari on a private island and on land - for the discerning traveller
From $15,900 per person sharing

18 days featuring Victoria Falls (2 nights), Chobe National Park & River (2 nights), The Linyanti Private Reserve (2 nights), Exclusive Concessions within the Okavango Delta (3 nights), Makgadikgadi Salts Pans (3 nights) and Private Island Mozambique (3 nights).

Accommodation is in luxury lodges and tented camps in breathtaking locations.

Starts: Victoria Falls – Ends: Maun

Dates are flexible and alternative itineraries can be tailored to the individual. Private activities, transfers and flights may be booked on request.

This extraordinary safari is all about adventure in style with the space and privacy to fully relax and enjoy the outstanding locations and unique experiences on offer. Your only concern will be which wine to choose with your thoughtfully created meal. Your guides, hosts and complement of staff will ensure that every detail is perfect and utmost care is taken in every regard.

Wildlife likely to be seen includes the Big 5, desert-adapted animals on the Salt Pans, unusual aquatic-dependent antelope in the Delta. Familiar favourites: Giraffe, Zebra, Kudu, Impala, Warthog, Baboon, Hippo, Crocodile, Jackal, Hyena as well as a huge variety of birds. On your private island, important turtle breeding grounds on remote beaches, seasonal whale and year-round dolphin sightings, wide variety of marine animals and birdlife.

Dates are flexible and itineraries tailored to the individual.


  • Select activities, meals & locally branded drinks
  • Interconnecting flights and road transfers between destinations


  • Regional Flights, overnight in Johannesburg and flights in and out of Mozambique

Victoria Falls Your stay includes a Guided tour of the Falls, a visit to the fantastic Victoria Falls Wildlife Trust, the Elephant Ambassadors of Victoria Falls, Canapes and Cocktails over-looking the Gorge and a Canopy Tour for the adventurous. Additional recommendations include: Helicopter “Flight of the Angels” over the Falls and tea at Victoria Falls Hotel.

Chobe Exploring the Park on 4×4 game drives and boat cruises on the Chobe River offer fantastic chances of finding a great range of animals. Famed for its record-breaking Elephant population, you are likely to find predators, possibly even the African Wild Dog. Staying in the only lodge permanently located within the Park and directly overlooking the Chobe River, erstwhile visitors include well-known celebrities and royalty.

The Linyanti Private Reserve The exceptionally stylish tented camp will transport you to a bygone era where sumptuous décor is obligatory in this tranquil haven. The creativity and design is only matched by the fantastic game experience to be found. Resident lions, herds of Buffalo are just some of the creatures to be found in this remote and discreet area of the Greater Okavango.

The Okavango Delta Guided 4×4 game drives and mokoro, boating and fishing activities as water levels permit offer the most comprehensive way to explore the Jewel of the Kalahari. Papyrus channels, open floodplains, termite mound islands and towering forest provide refuge to a great number of animals and birds including predators and plains game. In permanent swamps, the shy and elusive Sitatunga antelope occur. A scenic helicopter flight is highly recommended.

Makgadikgadi Salt Pans This extraordinary ecosystem is simply unmissable. Guided 4×4 game drives are just one of the many ways this area can be explored. Exciting quad bike activities, horse-riding, interpretive walks with the San Bushmen and stargazing are not to be missed. Wildlife-wise, a highlight is the Meerkat interaction, though a surprising number of animals and birds survive this harsh climate including the Brown Hyena, Bat-Eared Fox and Black-Maned Kalahari Lion.

Private Mozambican Island Taking time to yourself, with no schedule to abide by, enjoy relaxing on your private verandah, soaking up the azure blue ocean colours, watching dolphins and whales at play. For the more active, snorkeling, diving, deep sea fishing and other sports are at your disposal.

Special features:

Outstanding destinations in superb wilderness and wildlife locations. Exceptional hospitality, service and attention to detail. Very likely to see Africa’s Big 5 animals and important marine species.

Suitable for:

Discerning travelers. Families, Small groups, Solo Travellers, Couples, Honeymoon/Romanc, Wildlife enthusiasts and Lovers of the outdoors and nature.

Recommended additional destinations:

Cape Town

Closest International Airport:

Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. Kasane and Maun International Airports, Botswana


Year-round, though seasons affect certain activities

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