Heritage Mokoro Safari

Discover the aquatic beauty of the Okavango Delta in a mokoro, a traditional dugout canoe

Glide through the pristine waters of the delta for a unique experience amongst nature. View game and birds from the water then disembark to explore one of the many islands that dot the delta on foot for a unique walking safari.

Located at the heart of Southern Africa, the Okavango Delta is a World Heritage Site and one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa.

A vast inland delta, this wetland wilderness comprises sprawling plains and islands amidst a labyrinth of channels, reed beds and lily-covered lagoons. Animals are drawn to the life-giving water that collects here from the seasonal floods. This wildlife eden provides a safari experience that is second to none.

This semi-participation safari experience brings you close to nature as you enjoy the tranquility of the waterways, sounds of nature all around and wildlife encounters. Revel in camping in the wilderness with friends and family.


2 days

From BWP9,200

Okavango Delta

Heritage Mokoro Safari

Departing from Island Safari Lodge, this trip heads north for approximately 45 minutes by boat to the Boro village. Once past the village you enter game viewing mode for the rest of your journey.

Depending on where our campsite is situated, and what game sightings you experience along the way, this trip should take approximately 3–5 hours with a packed breakfast and lunch en route.

On arrival at your campsite the activities will include setting up camp and preparing for the night, with a late afternoon/sunset cruise returning to camp in time to prepare the evening meal and sit around the fire appreciating your surroundings.

Meal Plan: All meals included

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