Our party of seven first-time visitors to South Africa was privileged to have the expert help of Julie from Khaki Fever Safaris to craft our first ever safari in Africa. Julie ensured we had a most memorable and enjoyable experience of the African bush which we could easily have missed out on – including full day Kruger safaris with a very enthusiastic, knowledgeable, experienced guide. We saw many different species including the big 5 at close range in the most beautiful settings imaginable. Our lodge was superb with everything we could want, and with it’s own range of “plains game” which greeted us on arrival – a most wonderful introduction to our African stay. Our trip also included a Panorama Route Tour with the Magnificent Blyde River Canyon.  Many thanks Julie for organising a perfect trip in every way which totally exceeded our expectations!



Julie and the team at Khaki Fever Safaris did the most fantastic job of organising a once-in-a-lifetime experience for me and my friends when we visited South Africa. Julie understood our brief completely, and provided a great selection of offerings, tailored to our group and was very prompt at getting back to us with any questions we had. The option we chose was absolutely perfect – beautiful accommodation in a tranquil setting surrounded by so many gorgeous animals, delicious meals, fantastic drivers and guides and wonderful day trips to Kruger National Park and surrounding areas. Right from the moment we arrived in South Africa, we felt so welcome – from a handwritten note and gorgeous stainless steel drink bottle gift from Julie and the team, to her checking in along the way to make sure we were having a wonderful time. Thanks so much again – we can’t wait to come back again one day!



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The Okavango Delta is a must-see destination for any nature or outdoor-loving traveller. This unique watery-wonderland is dominated by tall palm trees, lily-pad lagoons, lush green floodplains and a wealth of animal and birdlife. From the northern tip of the Delta near the border of Namibia, to the southern tip, outside the frontier town of Maun, the Okavango offers an array of incredible safari experiences and adventures for every age group.

This itinerary provides an exhilarating, sensory journey through the Delta and all it has to offer – from the wide flowing river in the north, and the gentle mekoro-ready swamps in the south, to the dry Big-5-loving islands dotted in between. Once you’ve experienced the Delta in its raw beauty, you’ll find it hard not to return again and again and again!

This is simply an example itinerary that can be tweaked and changed to suit your needs. This is also why we don’t put prices on our itineraries – we specialize in tailor-making our trips for each individual client. If you like the sound of this itinerary, then send us a direct email enquiry, or fill out the detailed enquiry form below.


The Okavango Delta is one of Africa’s most expensive safari destinations, but don’t fear, Khaki Fever has worked hard to find the most affordable options to suit you and your budget. Whether it’s a traditional wildlife safari, walking safari, or mobile safari you’re looking for in the Delta, we will tweak this itinerary to find your perfect fit.

Remember that traveling between December – March is a cheaper time of year in the Delta, with fewer tourists! Game-viewing is a little more difficult because the animals are more spread out, but this is the most beautiful time of year to see the bush.



Boat rides in the Okavango’s crystal-clear waters.

Reed-munching elephants crossing the Okavango River.

Canoeing through peaceful swamps and lily pads.

Glamping on an island under starry skies.

Seeing lions and wild dogs in raw, untouched wilderness.

Owls hooting under in the trees around your camp fire.


DAY 1-3 – Okavango River, northern Delta

DAY 4-7 – Chief’s Island, central Delta (or similar)

DAY 8-10 – Khwai concession, eastern Delta (or similar)

DAY 11 – Maun International Airport, depart


10 Days (excluding final travel day)

DAY 1-3: Okavango River

The Okavango River proper, before it spreads to form the Okavango Delta, is a fascinating world of papyrus-lined channels and crystal-clear water with a sandy white bottom. This part of the Delta is home to phenomenal birdlife, huge crocodiles, pods of hippos, and reed-munching elephants. Go on private sunset boat cruises or early morning fishing trips to catch a toothy tiger fish or wide-mouthed cat fish.

Enjoy picnics on deserted “beaches” or just enjoy the peace and quiet of the riverine forest around your cozy little riverside lodge.

DAY 4-7: Chief’s Island, Central Delta

(or similar)

 Take the short, light-aircraft flight into the central Delta – a world ruled by small waterways and water-loving wildlife. Your stay in an authentic, peaceful bush camp, focuses on walking safaris and mekoro (traditional dug-out canoe) trails – the most unobtrusive and “pure” way to experience this pristine environment. See herds of zebra, elephant and lechwe on daily bush walks, or opt for an over-night mekoro trail and sleep on a remote island in the middle of the Delta!

DAY 8-10: Khwai Concession,

Eastern Delta (or similar)

Take another short flight to a drier section of the Delta where Big 5 animals like lions, elephants and leopards call home! Stay in a beautiful, colonial-style bush camp and enjoy a typical safari experience with daily game drives. Sip on a gin and tonic in the middle of the bush as the sun sets, chat about your day’s sightings around the camp fire, and get some down time next to the camp swimming pool.

DAY 11: Maun International Airport, Depart

Return to Maun for your flight home or extend your vacation to include more of Botswana (Chobe, Savuti, Kalahari) or Zimbabwe.


If you’re interested in this itinerary, then please help us tailor-make it for you by checking the specific details below. This will help us create your perfect adventure. If you’d like to fill out a generic Safari Builder enquiry form, then please click here, and we’ll plan your safari from scratch!

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