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Green Season Safaris: Save On Travel October to March

by Carolyn Tett
April 29, 2017

leopard, Jacana Camp in the Okavango Delta, Botswana

The "green season" is safari-speak for Africa's summer, a time of year favored by many insiders who enjoy traveling when crowds are few and Africa's wild babies are numerous and varied. Special pricing for green season safaris is now available for fall 2017 and early 2018.

Camps in some of Africa's top game viewing reserves extend special pricing between October to March. Here are some great options in Southern Africa, including the Okavango Delta in Botswana, Zambia's Kafue National Park and Victoria Falls, and Zimbabwe's largest reserve, Hwange National Park.

Pick your favorite ecosystem(s), and enjoy camp slideshows, detailed descriptions, and TripAdvisor reviews when you click on the links below. Or check out our Safari Camp Specials 2017 booklet below.

Bushtracks Safari Specials 2017 Booklet

 

Okavango Delta, Botswana: The World's Largest Inland Delta

Abu Camp, Jacana Camp, Jao Camp, Little Tubu, Seba Camp, Tubu Tree Camp, Xigera Camp

game viewing by boat, Tubu Tree in the Okavango Delta, Botswana - photographed by Dana Allen

Game view by boat in the Okavango Delta

 

Linyanti Concession, Botswana: A pristine, watery Wonderland

Duma Tau Camp, Kings Pool, Savuti Camp

walking safari at Duma Tau in the Linyanti Game Reserve, Botswana -photographed by Dana Allen

Take a Walking Safari in the Linyanti Concession, Botswana

 

Kafue National Park, Zambia: Predators Aplenty At Busanga

Busanga Bush Camp, Shumba Camp

game drive, Shumba Camp in Kafue National Park, Zambia

Go on a Classic Game Drive in Kafue National Park, Zambia

 

Livingstone, Zambia: The Mighty Victoria Falls & Zambezi River

Toka Leya Camp

Victoria Falls rainbow - photographed by Samantha Barbitta

Tour Victoria Falls in Livingstone, Zambia

 

Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe: Zim's Largest National Park

Davison's Camp, Little Makalolo, Linkwasha Camp

sundowners at Davison's Camp in Hwange, Zimbabwe -photographed by Olwen Evans

Sip Sundowners in Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe

Green Season Safaris: Six Nights for the Price of Five

The following safari camps are offering 6 nights for the price of 5 when you travel between October 1, 2017 and March 31, 2018 (excludes December 20, 2017 to January 10, 2018). The camps included in this offer cover the spectrum of luxury to classic, so there is something for everyone's tastes and budgets. 

To receive 6 nights for the price of 5 you'll need to plan a safari with a minimum 6 nights' stay at any combination of the above camps. The best way to do this, with consideration to efficient routing and camp selection that suits your travel style and your budget, is to contact a Bushtracks safari planner to help design a custom safari incorporating these camps.

To give you an idea of what a qualifying safari might look like:

Day 1 Johannesburg South Africa Intercon OR Tambo
Days 2-3 Okavango Delta Botswana Abu Camp
Days 4-5 Okavango Delta Botswana Little Tubu
Days 6-7 Linyanti Botswana Savuti Camp
Days 8-9 Victoria Falls Zambia Toka Leya Camp
Days 10-12 Hwange Zimbabwe Little Makalolo
Day 13 Johannnesburg South Africa Depart

This is just one of many ways to enjoy these special rates at some of Southern Africa's top safari camps. To learn more about how you can customize a safari between October and March, and take advantage of these special green season safaris savings, contact one of our expert safari planners to begin designing a trip that features these camps.

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AUTHOR BIO  |Carolyn Tett

Carolyn Tett is Bushtracks' Co-Founder and Owner. Carolyn’s family has lived on the West Coast of the U. S. for six generations. She attended the University of California, Berkeley and, during her junior year, she studied at the University of St. Andrew’s in Scotland. While in the U.K, Carolyn met a charming and adventurous Zimbabwean, David Tett, who captivated her heart and instilled in her the fascination and thrill of travel, which they still share today. Many years, countless trips to Africa and two children later, Carolyn serves as the bridge between American sensibilities and David's grass-roots understanding of Africa. She is still active in sales and is a vigilant protector of the Bushtracks experience, continually working to ensure that our quality never wavers. Her passion for Africa and relentless demand for excellence have allowed us to maintain our high-level service as we've grown in the past 20 years, and will continue as we grow over the next two decades.