Our photo safaris are planned just for you, and you have several choices. A mobile-tented safari in Botswana’s Okavango Delta is the most popular, but you can have a similar experience staying in luxury lodges and deluxe permanent tent camps. Other options include camping with a guide/driver and doing some chores yourself or doing a self-drive with occasional guided day trips. We work with several outfitter and guide services in Southern Africa who focus on the Okavango Delta, Etosha National Park in Namibia, and similar parks and reserves in Zambia and South Africa. You decide what to do – wildlife watching, photographing, birding, hiking, visiting villages, and cultural sites, kayaking, or fishing. You can mix and match! We arrange it all!
The Mobile-Tented Safaris – usually in Botswana – is a favorite because it is less expensive and can be tailored for you and your group. It is essentially a camping trip with a guide/driver/cook and camp assistant. In the economy version, you help prepare food and put up tents. The deluxe version includes a camp helper who does these tasks so you can relax. Campsites range from totally primitive, such as a dry riverbed, to those with unlimited hot water and a nearby restaurant. A typical mobile safari in Botswana has luxurious tents with comfortable beds, porches, and attached bathroom facilities (chemical toilet, bag shower, and canvas sink), and delicious meals cooked on site and served in nature’s dining room. We offer two kinds of mobile safari, the private for your group only. You pick the dates, number of days, and select the area(s) you wish to visit. And the Scheduled with up to 7 people and fixed departure dates and itineraries.
The Western Cape of South Africa explodes with color during the spring wild flower season and is a well-known destination for locals. An easy self-drive tour can be tailored to fit your interests and time schedule. Whether you enjoy viewing spacious vistas of yellows and purple – perhaps with a gemsbok or zebra in the background or kneeling for a better look at individual flowers, this is the place for you. Flower viewing areas include national parks (West Coast and Namaqualand) and public and private nature reserves (Geogap near Springbok, Ramskop near Clanwilliam, Tienie Versfeld Natural Area near Darling, and others). Botanical gardens are at their peak, and several towns have wildflower festivals during the “flower season.” Most towns have flower information centers (with email and phone access) and special flower route maps. This part of South Africa is less touristy and more agricultural, but some areas have spectacular mountains and waterfalls. The main roads are paved, though some in parks and preserves are not. Larger towns have good restaurants and charming B&Bs and lodges. Prime time is September.
Prime accommodations in these areas are sparse, so we need to book you as far in advance as possible.
Count on KhoiSan Adventures for a hassle-free African adventure that will surely satisfy the wanderlust in you. Be enchanted with the wild and action-packed experience that awaits you in the wild. One of the best things that the safari tour offers is the wildlife observation, particularly the different species of the African birds. Check out our featured photos.