Extraordinary Journeys’ Botswana Safari

written by | Posted on April 30th, 2014

Rhino in Botswana safari. (Photo credit Beverly Joubert.)

Rhino in Botswana safari. (Photo credit Beverly Joubert.)

Extraordinary Journeys is offering a 10-day Botswana Safari where guests enjoy game viewing in two wildlife areas—Selinda Reserve and the Okavango Delta. The safari concludes with three nights on the Zambia side at Victoria Falls.

The 10-day safari includes 10 nights at three camps including Duba Plains CampZarafa Camp and the Islands of Siankaba Lodge; animal viewing on daily game drives and mokoro excisions; game viewing at the Selinda Reserve; and activities at Victoria Falls including elephant back safaris, abseiling, help-flips and white water rafting along the Zambezi. Rates start at $12,000 pp with travel from Nov. 1, 2014-May 31, 2015; international flights not included.

Extraordinary Journeys partnered with conservationists and filmmakers Beverly and Dereck Joubert to offer this 10-day Botswana Safari, which benefits the Great Plains Foundation’s “Zeros for Rhinos” initiative, dedicated to relocating 100 rhinos from poaching hot-zones in South Africa and Zimbabwe to the safety of the Okavango Delta. The accommodations cost at Zarafa Camp is donated to this cause by Great Plains Conservation with additional funding from Extraordinary Journeys—almost $6,000 of the cost goes to “Zero’s for Rhinos.”

For more information, visit extraordinaryjourneys.net/blog/zeros-for-rhinos-safari-in-botswana/.