THE SAND DUNE TRAIL
This 7 Day trail gives one the rare opportunity to experience the Kalahari and all its elements the way it must have been hundreds of years. Few things can equal a night out under the diamond like sparkling stars in the Kalahari, the soft and cool sand dune underfoot at night- a friendly landscape.
-Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park
-Gemsbok Wilderness Trail
Arrive in Botswana and prepare for your adventure by relaxing for a night in Gaborone the Capital City of Botswana's top hotels. The evening will be spent at your leisure and includes an early dinner with your Guide to discuss your itinerary and answer questions you may have.
Day 2 and 3: Twee Rivieren Campsite
We depart Gaborone early morning as we head to the Kalahari via Lobatse, Sekoma (165km) and Tsabong Villages (285km). Situated on the extreme south- western corner of Botswana, the Park covers an impressive 32 991 km2. We set camp at Twee Rivieren campsite where we spend 2 nights exploring the windblown Kalahari Sand dunes and the pans. The park is a haven for gemsbok, springbok, hartebeest, eland, brown hyenas and jackals that occur in abundance and one can see the famous black- manned Kalahari lions. One of the most outstanding features of the park is the sociable weaver nest where thousands of birds nest together, each pair with a separate entrance. Black- breasted Snake Eagle is very abundant as is the Pale Chanting Goshawk.
Day 4 and 5: Setsatswe Campsite
After breakfast we break camp and head to a designated campsite at Setsatswe. On the way we pass through tall grass areas, dunes, ridges, and soft sand. The route links a myriad of pans, some of them shimmering white and spectacular. We set up camp and spend 2 nights game driving. There are plenty of animals with possibility to see an eland, gemsbok, ostrich, springbok and the lions.
Days 6: Tsabong
Participants will drive back to Tsabong where they will spend a night. Sand Dunes and camels are the main attractions in this area.
Day 7: Gaborone
After breakfast, we break camp and drive back to Gaborone, where our last night will be enjoyed in the comfort of a Hotel. The following day you will be transferred to Gaborone Airport for onward connections.
All transfers, accommodation, activities, meals, park fees and permits, the services of a professional tour guide, all camping equipment, water (hard drinks on special order) and Staff members to take care of camping chores.
International flights, Tips and gratuities for guides, Medical and travel insurance, Items of personal nature, Laundry, Airport departure taxes and Visas
It will depend on what the participants would like to see and do, which will dictate the best time of the year to visit Botswana. The winter months (May to August) are good for game viewing where the summer months (September to April) offer spectacular scenery and also the best birdlife as the migratory birds return from up north (central Africa and Europe) to breed in their thousands, in specific places such as the Okavango Delta.
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