Day 1:– Upon arrival at Maun International Airport you will be met by Our safari guide or our staff representative holding a signboard that reads “TOUCHLIFE TOURS SAFARI” and they will give a short brief discussion about the Trip:-
DAY 2, 3: OKAVANGO DELTA
This breathtaking experience will welcome you to the Okavango Delta, where most of our activities will be a mokoro ride, Birding, and walking safari, depending on the time of your arrival you will be transferred to the Mokoro station(dugout canoe), where you will be introduced to our Professional Mokoro Polers and start your Okavango Delta wetland experience by gliding silently, enjoying a smooth ride in the waterways of the Okavango Delta in the Mokoro with your professional Mokoro Polers, melodious Birds and hippo calling in a distance welcoming you to the jewel of the Kalahari, our camping site set up will be on the secluded spot in an Isolated Island. Please note that on your mokoro Excursion into the Okavango Delta there are weight restrictions on the Mokoro (canoes) so we cannot carry our full safari Service equipment with us, you will use 3×3 meter dome tents with mattress and a separate shower and toilet enclosure close to your tent or 3×3 meter dome tent with en-suite bucket shower and toilet.
Day 4:-On our last day in the Okavango Delta in the morning after breakfast, Touchlife Tours Safaris staff and Tour Guide break up our camp and take you back to the Mokoro station, where our game drive Vehicle will pick you for our departure to TSODILO HILLS the Realm of the Ancestors .we will bring packed lunches, water, drinks and snacks with us & en-route we will stop for picnic lunch.
Day 5, 6: TSODILO HILLS
Upon Arrival at Tsodilo Hills depending on the time, we will head out for a guided walk on the hill then back to camp for dinner. Each morning the day begins with a shower, breakfast, then start our safari with a resident guide all the way to the hills to do rock climbing. Tsodilo Hills is a rare and unique place with an atmosphere of intrigue and mystery, The word Tsodilo is derived from the Hambukushu. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is located in north-western Botswana. It gained its World Heritage Site listing in 2001 because of its unique religious and spiritual significance to the local people, as well as its unique record of human settlement over many millennia. It is believed that Bushmen painted more than 4500 rock paintings against the magnificent stone faces of the hills. The Hills consist of four large pieces of rock, rising unexpectedly from the dry expanse of the desert. The Bushmen referred to the bigger rock as the ‘male’, the smaller one is known as the ‘female’, and the smallest one as the ‘child’.
The people of Hambukushu believe that their god, Nyambi, originally lowered their tribe and livestock to earth on the female hill. There is nothing much to see, especially game, but leopard trails are often spotted but not easy to be seen as they hide out in the bushes. Steenbok, Kudu, and duiker are the most common wildlife spotted around. Bird watching is reasonable especially when you spend some time in the area doing your checklist, Common bird species include Yellow-billed Hornbill, grey louries, and Melba finches.
Activities which can be done in Tsodilo are rock climbing & walking with legendary bushmen who are knowledgeable about the history of the area. Later during the day, you will come back to the camp to have lunch then after lunch It’s siesta time, in the afternoon you will traverse and explore the area and to have time to interact with the local people, Later in the evening after dinner, you will sit around the fire chatting and exchanging cultural lifestyle experiences with the local people.
DAY 7: Road transfer back to Maun with a packed lunch served en-route. Upon arrival, you will be transferred to the airport to continue with other travel arrangements.
END OF THE SAFARI
WHAT INCLUDES :
Luxury and comfortable tented accommodation, including beds, bed Linen, Towels, with a private en-Suite bathroom.
Services of a Professional Guide, safari chef, and camp assistants, and supply vehicle.
Game Drives, Local Transfers in a customized 4×4 Safari Vehicle, and All your Safari Activities specified in the itinerary.
All your camping fees within private campsites, National Parks and Game Reserves
All meals and drinks (water, soft drinks, beer, wine…) for the duration of the safari
WHAT EXCLUDES :
International flights or All flights unless indicated
Personal assistance and Cancellation insurance