Tour overview

Okavango Delta to Hwange National Park (9 Nights) is a custom tour to capture the best of Botswana & the best of Zimbabwe in a single luxury safari.

This is a 9-Night holiday package that begins in the world-famous Okavango Delta and after two camp stays heads off to Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe. This big game safari includes the Gomoti Game Reserve – known as the predator capital of the world, the waters of the Delta at Machaba Camp and then the classic safari experience at Verney’s Camp at Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe.

Explore the Okavango Delta
With over 11 000 km3 of seasonal floodwater creating an inland river basin that is home to more than 2 000 plants, 450 bird, 65 fish and over 200 000 large mammal species the Okavango Delta is a must-visit destination for all wildlife & big game safari enthusiasts. This is your chance to enjoy two lodges in separate parts of this incredible biome before moving to Hwange National Park for a classic safari experience.

Visit Hwange National Park
Hwange National Park is 14,600km2 in size and home to the “Presidential Herd” of elephants but this destination is famous for offering the perfect classic ‘out of Africa’ luxury safari experience.  The vast space the ideal way in which to immerse yourself in the authentic spirit of a safari taking in plains game & predators on each big 5 game drive.

Days 1 – 4 Machaba Camp (Okavango Delta)

Perched on the edge of the Okavango Delta, Machaba Camp offers the dual advantage of viewing large wildlife populations and exploring the tributaries of the Delta’s outer reaches in a mokoro canoe.

Days 4 – 7 Gomoti Plains (Okavango Delta)

Based in a private concession on the edge of the Gomoti flood plain system, this camp has access to incredible wildlife and scenery. Depending on the time of year, the floodplains can be explored by vehicle or canoe.

Days 7 – 9 Verney’s Camp (Hwange National Park)

Inspired by safaris of the past, Verney’s Camp is situated in a teak forest that is synonymous with Hwange. With views over a waterhole, the animals put on a daily parade as they come down for their evening drink.