Botswana : Mobile safaris

Letaka Safaris

Letaka Safaris is run by brothers Brent and Grant Reed, who were born and bred in Botswana, and have exceptional knowledge and love of the country. They run particularly excellent birding safaris, but all their mobile safaris take you to remote, wild and beautiful areas where you will enjoy a very special African experience. This will appeal particularly to those who like to get off the beaten track and closer to the bush, and you will enjoy a very educational experience. You stay in small, private mobile camps with comfortable traditional safari tents with camp beds and duvets, and an en suite toilet, while a bush shower is put up close by. Your own private guide takes you out walking, on game drives or on boat trips, and the guiding is of a very high standard. Brent and Grant don't guide all the trips, so if you would particularly like to go on safari with them, please let us know.

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bush bath
dinner table
elephant at camp
mobile camp luxury tent sundowner
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EcoAfrica mobile safaris

A small, family run safari business, EcoAfrica offers you the ultimate mobile photographic safari in extreme comfort and with excellent service and cuisine. The mobile camps are set up in exclusive campsites designated in areas away from other camps.
They offer two types of safari: Tailor made safaris, which are specifically designed for a family or small group with a minimum of 4 persons.
Set date departure safaris which comprises of a 10 night classical safari departing from Maun on a two hours drive to an exclusive camp at Menoakwena, then three nights will be spent at a private camp on the banks of the Boteti River overlooking the Makhadikadi Salt Pans. The camp will then move into the Moremi National Park for the rest of the safari.
This safari is ideal for couples or single persons who want to join up with others for this Botswana experience. The maximum per group is 8 and a minimum of 4.
On both of these safaris you will be able to go on game walks on some of the larger islands in the Okavango and go on boat and mokoro trips and game drives. Your guides are highly experienced and all being keen photographers make sure you are in the right position for the perfect shot. You stay in large walk in East African style safari tents with adjacent short drop loo and bucket shower.
This is a real bush experience where you will have time to get to know the areas you are visiting and learn about the animals and birds, flora and fauna with friendly and knowledgeable guides.

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driving in Moremi
stormy plains
wild dog

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