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INSIDERS AFRICATM

Exploring Africa's Wildlife And Wild Places

Special Offer on Best of Botswana & Victoria Falls Safari

by David Tett
September 8, 2014

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South Africa, Botswana and Zambia
at Exceptional Savings

10 Days: Johanesburg, South Africa  I  Okavango, Botswana  I  Livingstone, Zambia

Travel Now: $8,955 Per Person
Travel Later: $19,677 Per Person

TOP 5 REASONS WHY YOU CAN'T MISS
THE BEST OF BOTSWANA & VICTORIA FALLS SAFARI

  1. Explore the unspoiled beauty of Okavango Delta – a newly named UNESCO World Heritage Site – with stays at two private concessions in the Delta, where crowds are few and the wildlife is plentiful.

  2. Experience Victoria Falls during this incredible time of year, and enjoy plentiful rainbows and the clear light precious to photographers.

  3. Get to know an elephant herd at Abu Camp, where researchers will facilitate your interaction with the elephants, and take you behind-the-scenes to observe elephant behaviors and conservation projects.
  4. Board mokoros (dug-out canoes) to see wildlife from water level, as you explore the deep channels and lush vegetation of the Okavango Delta’s island-dotted landscape.

  5. Stay at three premier safari camps where you’ll enjoy all of the comforts of home – hot showers, fine dining and spacious rooms -- and views from your deck that you’ll see nowhere else on earth.
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Topics: Safari Special Offers, Planning, Tips, and Tools, Destinations

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AUTHOR BIO  |David Tett

Bushtracks' Founder & Owner is a sixth-generation Southern African, born and raised in Harare, Zimbabwe, later earning a Bachelor of Science degree in DNA technology from the University of Cape Town, South Africa. He founded Bushtracks Expeditions in 1989 and has been traveling extensively throughout Africa for more than 45 years. Combining his interest in ecosystems and the varied ecology of Africa with photographic safaris, he develops educational programs that include traditional cultures and wildlife. He is keenly interested in how nature tourism affects rural African communities and has worked with several projects that successfully integrate communities, the environment, and wildlife viewing.