Explore the Trails of Botswana with in an exclusive  wildlife concession, winding through Moremi Game Reserve, and ending at a  private island in the Okavango Delta’s dazzling waters. This Remote, Wild & Untouched experience is not to be missed.


Day 1 – Maun – Xaxaba Mobile Camp

Upon arrival at Maun airport, your host from Xaxaba Mobile Camp will meet you and drive you to the lodge. Xaxaba is a remote and rustic destination overlooking the famous Chief’s Island in the acclaimed Okavango Delta region, and offers plenty of water based safari activities. It’s a mobile camp run by the local community, and offers ample opportunity to spot wildlife while out foot, mekoro or in the game viewer. Xaxaba is the epitome of a true Botswana wilderness experience in a world-heritage site renown for its abundance of wildlife

Day 2 – Xaxaba Mobile Camp

An early wakeup call will be met with coffee and rusks at the main area of camp before you depart on a morning game drive through the pristine tusker’s concession, where you might be lucky enough to encounter big game on your morning drive. after your morning activity, return to the lodge for breakfast, followed by an afternoon siesta. spend some time with a pair of binoculars overlooking the waterhole in front of camp and enjoy the presence of wildlife and bird life around camp. lunch will be served later in the day before you depart on afternoon game drive, including sundowners and a night drive back to camp. Dinner is served, followed by your last night in a tusker’s safari tent.

Day 3 – Xaxaba Mobile Camp to Mboma Island Camp

Mboma Island Expeditions is a brand new eco-safari destination located in Botswana’s renowned Moremi Game Reserve. Overlooking the Delta’s floodplains, this stylish, low-impact, mobile camp offers a true back to the wilderness adventure. Remote, Wild & Untouched. The camp promises to deliver an authentic camping safari experience, with a touch of relaxed luxury. Perfectly situated between Moremi’s game rich savanna and the Delta’s floodplains, Mboma offers the best of both safari worlds, games drives on land and authentic Mokoro excursions on the water.

Day 4 – Mboma Island Camp

Early wakeup call followed by coffee and breakfast in the dining tent. After breakfast you will depart for a long boat cruise through the Okavango Delta, gliding through the channels in between a myriad of islands.  Remember your camera and sun block, as you will be out on the water until late morning. Upon returning to camp, you are welcome to have a warm bucket shower and refresh before lunch is served in the dining tent. sit down and enjoy a good meal, followed by an afternoon siesta, or a spot of bird watching on the island. high tea is served later in the afternoon and a sunset cruise complete with sundowners awaits to end the day. after your sunset cruise, return to camp to enjoy the campfire and a 3-course dinner before tuning in for your last night on Xobega Island.

Day 5 – Mboma Island Camp to Maun/Kasane

Early morning wakeup followed by breakfast and your departure from Mboma Island Camp connect with your light air transfer out of Moremi to Maun/Kasane.

Travel Periods

January – December


01 Jul – 31 Oct 2021US$ 3 330
01 Nov – 30 Nov 2021US$ 2 995

Our rates are per person sharing unless we note differently. Please treat all pricing as a guide only:


Transfers included

• Light air transfer from Maun to Xaxaba Mobile Camp
• Light air transfer from Xaxaba Mobile Camp to Mboma Island Camp
• Light air transfer from Mboma Island Camp to Maun/Kasane

Rates include : All meals, game activities, teas & coffees, park fees & taxes at all camps. Bottled water at Xaxaba. Local drinks (soft drinks, local beer & house wines) at Camp Savuti, Camp Linyanti and at Mboma Island Camp all local soft and alcoholic beverages.


All soft & alcoholic drinks at Xaxaba. Imported alcoholic drinks at Camp Savuti, Camp Linyanti and at Mboma Island Camp Premium alcoholic drinks. All items of a personal nature, Moremi Park fees if self-driving (payable in cash at the gate), any item not described above.

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