Based in the renowned Okavango Delta, we offer birding safaris within Botswana as well as beyond our borders where our birding adventures take us to the remote west coast of Namibia, Zambia’s great north, the fabled Eastern Highlands of Zimbabwe and magnificent Mocambique. Our varied itineraries are designed to suit a variety of birding budgets, from our three-feather explorer grade overland expeditions to the five-feather fly-in lodge itineraries (Botswana only) we provide something for everyone.
Although our scheduled departures are designed to take in the best the region has to offer, the departure dates might not suit everyone which is why we offer tailor-made itineraries to suit your personal requirements. If you are organising a birding holiday for a group we offer a free seat on all tailor-made departures with 6 or more paying guests.
If you are still in the initial planning stages we suggest that you contact us with a basic outline of how long you plan to stay, what areas are of specific interest as well as a short wishlist of birds you hope to find. Alternatively visit SA Birding’s excellent website www.sabirding.co.za to get some ideas on which areas you would like to visit using their Birding Spot resource.
Our most popular destinations include: In Botswana – the Okavango Delta, Moremi Game Reserve, Chobe National Park, Central Kalahari Game Reserve, the panhandle of the Okavango, Nxai Pan and Makgadikgadi Pans National Parks. In Namibia – the Caprivi Strip, Etosha National Park, Swakopmund and Walvis Bay, the Waterberg Plateau, Spitzkoppe, Brandberg and the great dune fields of Sossusvlei. In Zimbabwe – the magnificent Eastern Highlands, the Matopos region, the Midlands and it’s miombo woodlands, Lake Kariba, Vicotoria Falls and Mugabe’s grave. In Mocambique – Rio Savane, Caia and Mwanza, Mount Gorongosa, Gorongosa National Park and any of the gorgeous Indian Ocean beaches. In Zambia – South Luangwa, South and North Kafue, Kasanka National Park, Mutinondo Wilderness, Shoebill Island and the Banguelu Swamps, Liuwa Plains and the extremely remote Hilltop Farm.