The northwestern part of Botswana has the most extensive inland water system, which flows neither into a river nor the ocean. It is a unique combination of desert and swampy terrain.
The Okavango Delta is attractive because it is home to many unusual and unique animals. The conditions of the Okavango Delta are favorable for many lions, buffalo, elephants, rhinos, leopards, leopards, and several hundred species of birds that are on the verge of extinction.
A canoeing trip on the Okavango Delta will allow you to see scenery you would never have seen under other circumstances. Most canoeing is done on a traditional Botswana mokoro boat. The locals make this boat out of some species of African trees. In addition to its authentic look, it has another fascinating feature – the absence of a motor.
The experience of cruising the Okavango Delta is valuable because you will do it in complete silence. Birdsongs and wildlife sounds will open up to you to the fullest, as no extraneous noises will disturb you. You will walk through the winding delta and meet crocodiles and hippos. Sometimes animals like elephants and antelopes will appear on the shore of the delta, and you can swim up to them to get a closer look. We invite you to experience the unique ecosystem of the Okavango Delta.