As travel to the African continent grows in popularity, undiscovered destinations are gaining steam with visitors. The world’s leader in sustainable nature travel, Natural Habitat Adventures and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) are giving travelers the opportunity to explore remote areas, introducing its NEW Botswana Explorer, a 10-day wildlife viewing experience through Botswana plus a premier park in neighboring Zimbabwe. The classic safari is an exploration reminiscent of an earlier era when the African wilderness was uncrowded and synonymous with pure adventure.
The 10-day wildlife viewing experience gives guests a classic safari experience in a destination that is uncrowded and serene and where the animals outnumber the people.
In Botswana’s exclusive private reserves and Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park, discover some of Africa’s best wildlife viewing well away from conventional routes. Explore varied ecosystems on game drives through the Linyanti and Hwange, and search for abundant animals in the Okavango Delta by traditional dugout canoe. Stay in solitude at small tented bush camps offering the utmost in wilderness seclusion and unprecedented comfort. And visit Victoria Falls, with a chance to track rhino on foot in adjacent Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park.
Botswana, along with neighboring Zimbabwe, offers a safari experience evocative of an earlier era, when the African wilderness was uncrowded and synonymous with pure adventure.
About Natural Habitat Adventures
Natural Habitat Adventures has been a leader in responsible adventure travel and ecotourism since 1985. From polar bear tours in Churchill to small-group Galapagos cruises, from Alaska grizzly bear adventures to African safaris, our journeys, led by professional naturalist guides, reveal the planet’s most extraordinary nature destinations. As the world’s first 100-percent carbon-neutral travel company—and the conservation travel partner of World Wildlife Fund—we offer eco-conscious expeditions from Antarctica to Zambia with a multitude of adventures in between.
Guests enjoy game drives through the Linyanti and Hwange and search for abundant animals in the Okavango Delta by traditional dugout canoe. The journey also includes Victoria Falls, with a chance to track rhino on foot in adjacent Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park.
The prices include all activities, accommodations in luxury safari camps, the services of Natural Habitat Expedition Leaders, local guides and camp staff, top-quality open-sided four-wheel-drive Land Cruisers or Land Rovers, all meals, most gratuities, airport transfers, charter flights within the itinerary and more.
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