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Botswana Tented Safari: Northern Highlights Tour – Northbound

Botswana Safari in Tents on a Northern Route

This 10-day Botswana Tented Safari: Northern Highlights Tour is moderately paced and available as a set departure on a number of dates. This tented safari begins in Maun, Botswana, and heads in a northerly direction.

You will fly from Maun International Airport in a light aircraft to Xakanaxa in the Moremi Game Reserve. This stunningly scenic flight takes you over the species-rich Gomoti and Santantidibe river systems so your wildlife watching begins straight away with glorious views from the air. Your Letaka Safaris guide will greet you on arrival at Xakanaxa and will take you to one of our exclusive tented safari camps for the real start of your Botswana holiday.

"Our guide, Matambo, was second to none with his tracking skills, giving us some unforgettable moments. Every day we said to ourselves over dinner, "How can he beat today?" But the next day he did, with everything from a leopardess with her cub to lions, and lots more in between. On our last morning, just after sunrise, we watched four lions eating their wildebeest kill that Matambo had found the previous evening after everyone else had given up. It was a great way to finish our holiday and we would vote him Guide of the Year if we could! - Roger Wilson

Xakanaxa is part of a permanent swamp system.  Unlike the distal reaches, or flood plains, of the Okavango, the rivers and lagoons in this area are permanent wetlands. The islands and adjacent savanna are rich in wildlife and the near-endemic Red Lechwe abounds on the floodplains. Lions, Leopards, and African Wild Dogs are also commonly seen on this Botswana tented safari trip. Cheetah is present but can be a little more difficult to find.

After three days exploring the Xakanaxa area, we will make an early start for a journey to Khwai. While we enjoy breakfast, the staff will be dismantling the camp and after a short, final game drive in the Xakanaxa area and a tea break we will head east to Khwai.

As we leave the permanent swamps behind we move into more typical savanna. The only remnant of the Okavango is the Khwai River that flows through this game-rich area. Because we are outside of the National Parks and Game Reserves, we will have the opportunity to do nature walks here, mokoro (dug-out canoe) excursions and night drives. For your safety, our guide will be armed on the walks and mokoros. All our guides on this leg of the Botswana tented safari have a valid Advanced Rifle Handling qualification.

After some memorable wildlife sightings, and with possibly a twinge of regret, we next leave Khwai and head north-east to Savuti. After another leisurely day's drive with an extended lunch break we will arrive to find our camp all set up by our efficient team and ready for a leisurely evening. Savuti is a very different landscape to what we have previously encountered, with vast open grasslands and rocky hills. This area transforms miraculously every 20 -50 years when the Savuti channel floods into the marsh. On our Botswana tented safari we have three nights in this wildlife paradise before our final drive to our most northerly point, Kasane.

This Botswana tented safari ends with a lunch and boat cruise on the Chobe River. Then your guide will ensure your safe transfer to your return flights or onward to the next stage of your Botswana adventure.

If you wish to extend your trip to Victoria Falls, Hwange National Park or southern Zambia, we have a team of experts who can assist you. And, if you prefer, a south-bound safari beginning in Kasane is also available.

Botswana Tented Safari Northern Highlights Tour includes:

• Scenic flight over the Okavango Delta
• Game drives in Botswana’s most productive reserves
• Walking safari with a qualified Trails Guide
• Mokoro (dug-out canoe) excursion
• Boat cruise on the Chobe River

Do you like the look of this tour but are curious to see what else is on offer? If so, have a look at our Blooming Desert Tour.

Alternative Tour Name: Northern Botswana Highlights Tour – Northbound
Day 1
Day 1: Maun to Xakanaxa / Travel Day / 30 minute Charter Flight

After your arrival at Maun International Airport you will be met by Mack Air for your charter flight at approximately 14h00 to the Xakanaxa airstrip in Moremi Game Reserve where you will be met by your guide.

If you are staying in Maun prior to the safari, please request an airport transfer, Mack Air will liaise with your accommodation the day before to confirm the flight departure time.

Alternatively, if you are coming from one of the many safari lodges, you can organize to fly directly into Xakanaxa Airstrip with the lodges preferred charter company although we do request that these flights land only after 12h00 in order for our guide to be there to meet you.

Our first three nights are spent in the Xakanaxa region where we explore the surrounding wilderness on morning and afternoon game drive excursions.

Wildlife: From the air only the larger animals are easily seen. These include large breeding herds of African elephant that live in the mopane scrub. On the open plains large herds of buffalo and lechwe can be seen and in the waterways, pods of hippopotamus are a common sight. Once you land in Xakanaxa and board your land cruiser, the smaller game animals can be found.

Birding: A good day for raptors with African Hawk-Eagle, Gabar Goshawk, Shikra, Little Sparrowhawk, Dark Chanting Goshawk, Tawny Eagle, Lesser Spotted Eagle* and Steppe Eagle* all inhabiting the mopane and adjacent woodlands. Other birds common along this route includes most of Botswana’s hornbills including Red-billed, Southern Yellow-billed, African Grey, Bradfield’s and the Southern Ground Hornbills. A large number of brood-parasites may also be seen. Diederick Cuckoo*, Levaillant’s Cuckoo*, Jacobin Cuckoo*, Great-spotted Cuckoo*, African Cuckoo*, Common Cuckoo*, Shaft-tailed Whydah, Pin-tailed Whydah, Eastern Paradise Whydah, Greater Honeyguide, and Lesser Honeyguide.

Accommodation: Letaka Tented Camp

Activities: Game Drives

Day 2
Days 2 & 3: Xakanaxa Exploration Days - Moremi Game Reserve

Habitat: Moremi lies on the eastern extremity of the Okavango Delta. Habitats here range from wide-open floodplains, marshes, lagoons, papyrus fringed channels, vast stands of Miscanthus and Phragmites, woodland and savannah. As a result of the extremely variable habitat, the diversity of both wildlife and birdlife is excellent.

Wildlife: Moremi is amongst the best game reserves in Africa for viewing the endangered African wild dog. Xakanaxa is home to a resident herd of several hundred buffalo whose range covers the territories of at least 4 prides of lion which may often be seen flanking the ever moving herd. Breeding herds of elephant move between their browsing areas in the mopane forests and the freshwater of the Okavango. The Red Lechwe is one of the more unusual antelope species and commonly found here.

Birding: The swampy areas of Xakanaxa are home to African Rail, Coppery-tailed Coucal, Black Coucal*, Red-chested Flufftail, African Crake*, Black Crake, Chirping Cisticola, Luapula Cisticola, Purple Swamphen, Allen’s Gallinule to name but a few. The open waters attract African Skimmer, Saddle-billed Stork, Yellow-billed Stork, Intermediate Egret, Goliath Heron, African Fish Eagle as well as the globally threatened Slaty Egret and Wattled Crane.

Accommodation: Letaka Tented Camp

Activities: Game Drives

Day 4
Day 4: Xakanaxa to Khwai / Travel Day / 60km

Full day of extended game drive and journey time with picnic lunch between camps.

Following and early morning breakfast you take a slow drive through Moremi Game Reserve north-east towards the Khwai Community Area.

Habitat: The Manuchira Channel is known as the Khwai River at its eastern most extremity. The day’s journey follows this water course, with the track weaving from the riverside and floodplains into the mopane veld and the woodlands that make Khwai one of the most scenic areas of the Okavango. We pass the magnificent Dombo Hippo Pools in the morning stopping to enjoy the scenery and the antics of the resident hippo.

Wildlife: The western mopane veld is home to mostly breeding herds of elephant whilst the eastern reaches of Khwai is home to some impressive old bulls. The mature bulls revel in the cool waters of the Khwai and are far more approachable while drinking and bathing than the breeding herds. The river has an unusually high density of hippo as well as some huge crocodile. Leopard, cheetah, serval and lion are common predators along this route and both Xakanaxa as well as Khwai are included in the home ranges of 2 different packs of wild dog. General game includes southern giraffe, Burchell’s zebra, tessebe and red lechwe with roan and sable antelope being less common residents.

Birding: In the mopane woodlands African Hawk-Eagle, Tawny Eagle, Gabar Goshawk, Little Sparrowhawk, African Harrier Hawk and Shikra are common raptors. Mixed bird parties move through the canopy and include Red-headed Weaver, Stierling’s Wren-Warbler, Scarlet-chested Sunbird, Neddicky, Yellow-breasted Apalis, Chin-spot Batis, Diederik Cuckoo* to name but a few. The verges of the swamp form breeding grounds for the Rosy-Longclaw, Black Coucal*, Long-legged Bustard and the African Crake*

Accommodation: Letaka Tented Camp

Activities: Game drive and night drive

Day 6
Days 5 & 6: Khwai Exploration Days.

The Khwai River forms a boundary between the reserve and the community area. We spend the following two nights camping at an exclusive campsite in the community area, exploring the Khwai floodplains on game drives both during the day and at night.

Exploring after dark with spotlights offers you an opportunity to experience some of the nocturnal animals that are rarely encountered during the day.

We will also have the opportunity to explore the surrounding wilderness on foot (please note that this activity is seasonal based on rains and grass height, your guide will determine the safety of walking in Khwai) and mokoro and enjoy an up close and personal encounter with Botswana’s flora and fauna. It is important to note that night drives and guided walks are not permitted within the national parks and reserves. These activities are conducted outside the boundaries of the Moremi Game Reserve in the Khwai community area.

Habitat: We spend our time between the dry-land habitats of the lead-wood and camel-thorn woodlands and savannahs and the riverside and marshy back-waters of the Khwai. Time permitting we may visit the lagoons and waterways of Xakanaxa where the largest heronry in southern Africa exists.

Wildlife: The Khwai region boasts excellent populations of both bull elephant as well as breeding herds. Lion, leopard, serval and African wildcat are common predators of the region with wild dog and cheetah being less common. Buffalo use this area seasonally with large herds moving in during the summer rains. The swampy areas in the west are home to red lechwe. Other ungulates include tsesebe, blue wildebeest, giraffe, kudu, sable antelope, roan antelope and impala.

Birding: Truly one of Botswana birding Mecca’s. The western reaches are prime habitat for the uncommon Rosy-throated Longclaw. The entire length of the river is hunting domain for the Bat-Hawk. Other interesting raptors here are Cuckoo Hawk (rare), Long-crested Eagle and Black Sparrowhawk. More commonly Tawny Eagle, Steppe Eagle*, Lesser-spotted Eagle*, Martial Eagle, Bateleur and African Hawk-Eagle. The waterways host Africa Rail, African Crake*, Greater Painted Snipe, Allen’s Gallinule*, Lesser Jacana and Lesser Moorhen*.

Accommodation: Letaka Tented Camp

Activities: Game Drive, Walking Safaris** (conditions permitting) Night Drives and mokoro excursion

Day 7
Day 7: Khwai to Central Chobe / Travel Day / 100km

Full day of extended game drive and journey time with picnic lunch between camps

We head further north en-route to Central Chobe region, exploring the dessert-like landscape of game drives.

Habitat: A fascinating days drive looking at some of the evidence of the Paleo-Lake Makgadikgadi that dried up some ten thousand years ago. The most challenging part of the trip is crossing the Magwikwe Sand-ridge that formed the shoreline for this massive inland sea. The winding track through this deep sand makes for interesting travel in the early summer! The old lake bed is now the Mababe Depression. The dense clay floor of the depression result in high protein feed for wildlife and the area teams with game after the rains. During the rainy season the depression is impassable due to the “cotton soil” and alternative routes must be used.

Wildlife: A day when anything could happen. The range of habitat that is covered encompasses most of the habitat types of northern Botswana. We pass through excellent lion country and some of the best cheetah country that our safari will cover. Elephant occur throughout the drive but are more common at the start and end of the drive where permanent surface water can be found.

Birding: The Mababe Depression is a birder’s paradise. The nutritious grasses that grow on the rich soils provide excellent seed for an impressive array of estrillids and viduids. Among these are the magnificently coloured Violet-eared Waxbill, Black-cheeked Waxbill, Village Indigobird, Shaft-tailed Whydah and Paradise Whydah. These in turn provide a good food source for small raptors such as the Little Sparrowhawk, Shikra, Gabar Goshawk, Red-necked Falcon and Lanner Falcon. It is not only the small birds that feed on the grass seeds, but rodents too. There are annual outbreaks of huge numbers of rats and mice. As a result, huge numbers of Secretary Bird, Tawny Eagle, Black-shouldered Kite, Steppe Eagle*, Lesser-spotted Eagle*, Wahlberg’s Eagle* and Steppe Buzzard* can be found.

Accommodation: Letaka Tented Camp

Activities: Morning and Afternoon Game Drives

Day 9
Days 8 & 9: Central Chobe Exploration Days

Habitat: Unlike the vast majority of the country, Central Chobe is not a totally flat landscape. Large outcrops of volcanic rock reach up out of the Kalahari sands, towering over the endless savannah. These hills provide habitat for a completely different array of small wildlife, birds and plants. The Savuti Marsh has been the stage for many of the most dramatic wildlife documentaries in Africa. The wide open country, good ungulate populations and particularly strong prides of lion and hyaena clans make for dramatic wildlife interaction and excellent viewing opportunities. The now dry Savuti Channel runs through this landscape linking the dry sand-veld, the waterholes, the hills and the grassland that was the Savuti Marsh.

Wildlife: Undoubtedly it is the interaction between lion and elephant that is the most interesting aspect of Savuti. The area is inhabited by a huge pride of lions with numbers fluctuating from 20-30 members. These remarkable lions have learned over the years how to hunt these massive pachyderms that are supposedly above predation. Launching their attack under darkness and using their numbers, they manage to kill adolescent and even young adult elephant.

The marsh is prime cheetah country and in the wet season it is not unusual to have the wild dog hunting here in Central Chobe.

Birding: The surface water that is pumped by the Government here provides a major attraction for birdlife. In the dry season thousands of dove and sandgrouse come down to drink in the mornings and are under constant surveillance by Yellow-billed Kite*, Tawny Eagle and African Hawk-Eagle. Red-crested Korhaan are common in the Kalahari Apple-leaf (Lonchocarpus nelsii) veld. The marsh is the summer home for good numbers of Caspian Plover* and Montague’s Harrier* as well as Chestnut-backed Sparrowlark, Grey-backed Sparrowlark, Northern Black Korhaan, Rufous-naped Lark, African Pipit and Desert Cisticola. Dickenson’s Kestrel, Amur Falcon* and Red-necked Falcon are found along the perimeter of the marsh.

Accommodation: Letaka Tented Camp

Activities: Game Drives and Bushman Painting Walks

Day 10
Day 10: Central Chobe to Chobe River /170km (5 hrs)

On our final day on safari, we will leave Central Chobe early to travel along the Chobe River arriving in Kasane where we will stop for a picnic lunch before taking an afternoon boat cruise to end the safari. As today is a long day we recommend either spending a night or two in Kasane at Chobe Safari Lodge or two nights in Livingstone at Taita Falcon Lodge or Victoria Falls at Ilala.

For those transferring to lodges in Kasane or across to Zambia/Zimbabwe, it is recommended that your transfer be organized to meet you at Kalahari Tours at 15h30.

Habitat: The habitat on today’s drive takes us through the stunted mopane scrub of the Goha clay basin, across the sand-ridge and through the wonderful Zambezi teak woodlands of the Chobe Forest Reserve and along the Chobe River itself. The Chobe floodplain is tens of kilometres wide and in years of exceptional rains, the water stretches as far as the eye can see.

Wildlife: While there are community areas that we pass through that are settled by local tribes, for the vast majority of the day’s drive we pass through wild country where wildlife moves uninhibited by fences or man. Roan and sable antelope thrive in the teak woodlands where the low density of predators and lack of competition for food by other ungulates makes this prime habitat for these large ungulates. Leopard occurs in these woodlands in low numbers but they are highly secretive and seldom seen. The Goha region has natural waterholes that hold water well into the dry season and herds of buffalo, Burchell’s zebra, greater kudu and elephant come down to drink.

Birding: The most unusual species are to be found in the teak (Baikea plurijuga) woodlands. This broad-leafed woodland, or miombo as it is locally known, provides good pickings for insectivorous birds that favour canopy habitat. Grey Tit-Flycatcher, Ashy Flycatcher, Paradise Flycatcher, Pallid Flycatcher, Scarlet-chested Sunbird, Amethyst Sunbird, Yellow-throated Petronia, Red-headed Weaver and Violet-backed Starling are only some of the species that move around in the “bird parties” in the canopy. Dickenson’s Kestrel, Red-necked Falcon, Peregrine Falcon* and Lizard Buzzard are some of the raptors to keep an eye out for, while the diminutive White-faced Owl can often be seen roosting in the road-side vegetation. Flappet Lark, Fawn-coloured Lark, Dusky Lark*, Olive-Tree Warbler* and Neddicky are species more likely to be enjoyed by the birding enthusiast.

Activities: Game Drives & Chobe Boat Trip

Day 11
Please note:

Although we make every effort to adhere to schedules and itineraries, these are subject to change subject to weather (specifically with current flood conditions, the driving times may differ between the areas quite considerably depending upon the time of year), roads, and animal movements and availability. You will be notified of any changes.

We also run this tour as a specialized photographic for those who wish to be with like-minded guests – please see our departure dates for these tours – The Shutter Safari!

*denotes migratory species

**that the guided walking activity is seasonal based on rains and grass height, your guide will determine the safety of walking in Khwai

Wildlife species expected to see:

Wildlife: African elephants, buffalo, red lechwe, hippopotamus, endangered African wild dog, lions, leopards, cheetahs, southern giraffe, Burchell’s zebra, tsessebe, African wildcat

Birding: African Hawk-Eagle, Gabar Goshawk, Shikra, Little Sparrowhawk, Dark Chanting Goshawk, Tawny Eagle, Botswana’s hornbills including Red-billed, Southern Yellow-billed, African Grey, Bradfield’s and the Southern Ground Hornbills.  Shaft-tailed Whydah, Pin-tailed Whydah, Eastern Paradise Whydah, Greater Honeyguide, and Lesser Honeyguide, Rosy-throated Longclaw, Bat-Hawk, Cuckoo Hawk (rare), Long-crested Eagle and Black Sparrowhawk. More commonly Tawny Eagle, Martial Eagle, Bateleur and African Hawk-Eagle. Africa Rail, Greater Painted Snipe, Little Sparrowhawk, Shikra, Gabar Goshawk, Red-necked Falcon and Lanner Falcon, Secretary Bird, Tawny Eagle, Black-shouldered Kite, Chestnut-backed Sparrowlark, Grey-backed Sparrowlark, Northern Black Korhaan, Rufous-naped Lark, African Pipit and Desert Cisticola, Dickenson’s Kestrel, Red-necked Falcon

Migratory Bird Species: Amur Falcon, Caspian Plover, Diederick Cuckoo, Montague’s Harrier, Steppe Eagle, Steppe Buzzard, Lesser-spotted Eagle, Wahlberg’s Eagle, Yellow-billed Kite, Levaillant’s Cuckoo, Jacobin Cuckoo, Great-spotted Cuckoo, African Cuckoo, Common Cuckoo, African Crake, Allen’s Gallinule, Lesser Jacana and Lesser Moorhen*

What is included?

  • Spacious and comfortable tented accommodation, including beds, bed linen and towels, with a private bathroom en-suite.
  • Services of a professional guide, safari chef and camp assistants, complete with a supply vehicle.
  • Game drives and local transfers in customised safari vehicles
  • Exclusive camping in private campsites within the national parks and reserves
  • All entrance and camping fees within the national parks and reserves
  • All meals and drinks (mineral water, soft drinks, beer, wine and G&T) whilst in Letaka Tented Camps
  • All activities as specified in the itinerary
  • 12% Value Added Tax

What is not included?

  • Travel Insurance
  • All flights unless otherwise indicated Northern Highlights
  • 9 nights, 10 days Letaka Tented Camp
  • Moremi Game Reserve, Khwai Concession, Chobe National Park
  • Items of personal nature
  • Staff gratuities
  • Optional safari extensions
  • Any drinks at lodges or accommodation other than Letaka Tented Camps.
  • Anything that is not included in "What is included"
Wildlife Reviews
4.92 stars
- based on 2  reviews
  1. Go on a fantastic safari!
    Margie H05 Dec 2019







    Rainbow Tours in the United Kingdom helped me book my trip, and they were fantastic. Shelley was quick to respond to my never-ending queries and showed no indications of exhaustion! Prior to departure, the information supplied was good. Letaka organized the safari and it far beyond my expectations. Cisco, Dreams, and Two Metres made a fantastic camp team; Dreams cooked delicious food over a wood stove, and our tents were clean and cozy. The camping portion of the vacation was made more enjoyable by their care and attention. CJ, our tour guide, was fantastic. He was extremely knowledgable, but he also seemed to have a feel for where the animals may be and the ability to forecast their behavior, allowing us to move ahead of them and wait for them! As a result, we acquired some fantastic shots. I always felt comfortable, but I also felt that the animals were cherished and respected, and that they were safe from human intrusion (as far as a jeep with eight people passing by would allow at least). We were barely detected by the predators. Every wildlife sighting was stunning, with reptiles and amphibians in limited numbers but plenty of birds and mammals. The best parts for me were: camping in the bush with no other groups or camps nearby, which made it feel like a true adventure; seeing virtually nothing man-made for entire days on game drives; only having seven guests on the trip; the variety and number of animals we saw (including four of the Big 5); CJ's tireless efforts to find animals; and Botswana's incredible beauty.
  2. Amazing safari with Letaka
    Roger Wilson06 May 2018







    Not long back from Letaksa's 10 day Northern highlights safari NH5 starting in May. This rates as one of the two best trips we have ever been on, up there with the Galapagos, although the two are, of course, somewhat different despite being wildlife based. Back to the Safari, we were fortunate that with only three of us we had more room to spread out in the vehicle. Our guide, Matambo, was second to none with his tracking skills finding us some unforgettable moments. Every day we said over dinner "How can he beat today?" The next day he did, with everything from a leopardess with her cub to lions, with just about everything else in between. On our last morning, just after sunrise, we watched four lions, which Matambo found the previous evening after everyone else had given up, eating their wildebeest kill. A great way to finish and we would vote him Guide of the Year if we could! I have to say, however, that we spent quite a bit of time "off track" which, whilst exhilarating and getting results, does need some effort as it can be a bumpy ride, as well as dodging branches and bushes. That said we wouldn't have had it any other way! The camp organisation was second to none. Always welcomed back with iced tea and a cold flannel to wipe away the dust. The tents were comfortable with an enclosed "bathroom area" with shower, plus comfortable beds. Good food, different every day, with breakfast, lunch and dinner served at the camp. All cooked on an open fire or bush oven including bread and cakes, my wife was impressed! With morning coffee/tea whilst out in the bush, and afternoon tea before heading off on the afternoon drive, we didn't go hungry! We are certainly glad that we picked a mobile safari with Letaka, as opposed to staying in a lodge. We were closer to the action with early starts and late finishes each day increasing the number of animal sightings. The sounds at night were great too with all sorts of game quite close. Daytime included an elephant alongside our tent picking up seed pods during an afternoon siesta. Thanks to all at Letaka for making this trip very special. If you are looking for a safari then look no further!

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Tour Facts

  • Kasane, Botswana
  • On Request
  • Set Departure Tour
  • Wildlife
  • 1 to 7 pax
  • 10 days
  • Moderate
  • English
  • Kasane International Airport
  • Kasane International Airport