On fully escorted safaris a guide travels with the group throughout to interpret the
sights and sounds and to help the safari run a lot more smoothly.
On Flying Safaris all transfers between camps are by aircraft and guests are hosted by a
different guide in each new camp they visit. These guides know their areas intimately.
The following activities are usually when on safari:
This activity is central to all camps and safaris and conducted by open 4x4 Land Rovers.
Wherever you travel, birds will be found, although some areas offer better bird-watching
than others. The greatest number of birds may be seen between October and March,
when the migrants are present.
In some camps you'll travel out into the surrounding areas by boat looking for game and
birds and enjoying the general scenery.
Offers the opportunity of exploring the area on foot (at the final discretion of the
tour leader/ camp
manager), in the company of an experienced guide.
Canoeing and mokoroing
In many of the regions opportunities exist to explore the wildlife of the waterways. In
some instances, travelling by canoe or mokoro (dugout canoe) may be the best or only way
of reaching certain locations.