Botswana & Victoria Falls Combination Safari

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Desert, Delta, Wildlife & Waterfalls – Ultimate horse safari

We’ve put together a bespoke experience combining three incredible destinations to create the ultimate horse safari – A fusion of unique landscapes, incredible wildlife, and adventure activities.

Begin your adventure on the edge to of the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans where you will discover endless open plains waiting to be explored. Ride out in search of the unique desert-adapted wildlife such as wildebeest, zebra, black-maned lions and even herds of elephants that appear like mirages out of the desert landscape. Your guide will take you on trail rides following the animal tracks over the grass islands before picking up the pace on one of the best natural race tracks in the world.

Here you will have unique activities, with a highlight being a morning spent with the habituated meerkats. Watch them scurry out of their burrows as the sun comes out and warms the cool earth. It’s fascinating being able to follow them as they go about their morning routine of feasting on bugs and scorpions, and if you’re lucky, you might even be used as a lookout post. This area also offers the opportunity to learn about this intriguing landscape from an afternoon spent with the Kalahari Bushmen. Walk into the desert with them, learn their tracking and fire-making secrets and have some fun learning traditional games.

From the desert, board a light air charter flight to the Okavango Delta. From the air you will get a bird’s-eye view of how this desert is transformed by the Zambezi river into a green oasis. The Delta is a mosaic of islands, mopane forest, floodplains and streams stretching as far as the eye can see. Every year flooding makes huge areas inaccessible to vehicles and thus leaves vast expanses of untouched land calling out to be discovered by horse, by far the most exciting way to explore!

Home to some of Africa’s best game viewing, imagine a horse safari with herds of elephant, towers of giraffe, bellows of buffalo and many species of antelope. Take time out of the saddle for exciting game drives further afield to track lion, leopard and wild dog or take a tranquil ride in a traditional mokoro where you might witness the flight of a fish eagle as you glide through the water lilies. At night, fall asleep to the sound of hippos wallowing in the water nearby your luxury raised tent.

From the Delta, take a flight to Kasane in the north of Botswana where you will be met by a driver who will take you across the border to Zimbabwe. Settle into the historic Ursula’s Homestead in the Stanley and Livingstone Private Game Reserve. While this area is not as wild as the Delta, it offers a different landscape to explore and the exciting chance to track black rhinos on horseback. Take some time out of the saddle and spend an afternoon visiting the Victoria Falls, commonly known as Mosi-oa-Tunya – ‘the smoke that thunders’. There are a variety of different activities here, including bungee jumping, ziplining and helicopter flips and we suggest spending your last night in Africa on a sunset cruise on the Zambezi river. (Non-riding option available for this portion if preferred)

QUICK FACTS
Makgadikgadi Salt Pans, Okavango Delta and Victoria Falls
Arrive Maun International Airport, Depart Victoria Falls Airport
Open All Year
10 nights / tailormade
Group Size: Max. 10
Intermediate Plus and Above
TOUR HIGHLIGHTS
  • A tailor-made riding experience, created specifically for you to experience 3 different amazing destinations.
  • The chance to include many other activities in your itinerary such as; bush walks, game drives, quad biking and cultural experiences
  • Meeting the meerkats of the Makgadikgadi and the enchanting Kalahari Bushmen
  • Exploring Africa’s ‘Eden’ and its exceptional array of wildlife on horseback, specialized game drive vehicles and traditional mokoro boats
  • Visiting one of the Seven Wonders of the World – the mighty Victoria Falls
THE DESTINATION

The Makgadikgadi Salt Pans

The Makgadikgadi Salt Pans is in north-eastern Botswana and one of the largest salt flats in the world. It is all that remains of the former Lake Makgadikgadi, which once covered an area larger than Switzerland. The Makgadikgadi Salt Pans are not a single pan but a jigsaw of white salt flats with several sandy islands in between; creating the perfect playground for your horseback adventure.

The Okavango Delta

One of Africa’s unique treasures and most important and beautiful wildlife sanctuaries on the continent; the Delta is often referred to as Africa’s ‘Eden’. Experiencing seasonal flooding with an influx of water from Angola, the floods reach the Delta between March and June, peaking in July. The peak flooding coincides with Botswana’s dry season creating a safe haven and acting as a magnet for a huge variety of birds and mammals that migrate from the dry outskirts. A constant and reliable source of water makes the Okavango Delta an ideal safari destination at any time of the year.

The Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls, discovered by David Livingstone, is the world’s largest waterfall by volume and is located on the Zambezi River at the border of Zambia and Zimbabwe. Commonly known as Mosi-oa-Tunya – ‘the smoke that thunders’, the spectacular waterfall boasts the largest sheet of free-falling water with a 108m drop to the gorge floor. The areas that you will ride across include a private game reserve, the Victoria Falls National Park and Zambezi National Park, filled with free-roaming wildlife. There are also a wide range of adventure activities for every traveler such as bungee jumping, zip-lining and sunset boat trips around Victoria Falls.

DATES & RATES

Please enquire for exact dates, availability and an exact quote. Prices can be effected by exchange rates and therefore below are estimates only.

2021 Rates:

Low Season: Approx. January – March & December
From $6 725 pps + $1 315 Transfers

Mid Season: Approx.  April – June
From $7 635 pps + $1 315 Transfers

High Season: Approx. July & August
From $8 660 pps + $1 315 Transfers

High Season: Approx. September – December
From $8 360 pps + $1 315 Transfers

Includes

  • Accommodation – 3 nights at Camp Kalahari, 4 nights at Macatoo & 3 nights at Camp Ursula
  • All Meals at Camp Kalahari and Macatoo
  • Breakfast and Dinner at Camp Ursula
  • All local drinks (soft drinks, spirits, beers and house wines) at Camp Kalahari and Macatoo
  • Excellent Horse Riding & Guiding throughout
  • Activities at Camp Kalahari, including game drives, guided walks, bushmen experience, meerkat encounter, and quad biking
  • Activities at Macatoo, including game drives, guided walks, mokoro trips, fishing and boating (water levels permitting)
  • Game drive at Camp Ursula plus transfer to Victoria Falls
  • Unique flexibility

Excludes

  • Lunches and drinks at Camp Ursula
  • Helicopter scenic flights at Macatoo
  • Park Entry Fee to Victora Falls (approx. $40)
  • Activities at Victoria Falls
  • Gratuities and personal items
  • Light Air Charter Flights from Maun to Camp Kalahari, Camp Kalahari to Macatoo and Macatoo to Kasane (approx. $1 250 pp)
  • Road Transfers from Kasane to Camp Ursula (approx. $65 pp)
  • International flights
  • Comprehensive Travel and Medical Insurance
YOUR ITINERARY

In the Makgadikgadi Pans the itinerary varies greatly depending on the season as the pans flood during the summer rainy months.  The following itinerary is an outline of the activities offered during your stay at Camp Kalahari. The order in which the activities are experienced may vary depending on weather and/or other factors.

At Macatoo Camp, the itinerary below gives you an idea on what to expect, but it’s by no means set in stone. You will have the option of a morning and afternoon activity, this can be riding, guided walks, game drives, or mokoro safaris.  The morning rides tend to be longer and the afternoon rides shorter but they are extremely flexible in tailoring everything to your needs.

At Ursula’s Homestead, the itinerary is an outline of the activities offered during your stay, but again it can be customized depending on the number of riders. If you have any special activities you want to tick off your bucket list, let us know.

Day 1 in the Kalahari - Arrival and introductory ride

Arrive at Maun Airport where you will be met by one of the team members and escorted to the light air charter plane or vehicle to take you to camp. On arrival, you will be greeted by your host and guide, before being settled into Camp Kalahari. The camp is nestled among the acacias and Mokolwane palms of Brown Hyaena Island, on the edge of the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans, adjacent to the Makgadikgadi-Nxai Pans National Park, Botswana.

A thatched central library, living and dining area featuring an eclectic mix of original African furniture and textiles provide the perfect area in which to relax and enjoy the serenity of this enchanting area. Cool off in the swimming pool or enjoy a siesta in the thatched pavilion!

Head off after tea in the beautiful afternoon light, for an introductory ride – primarily to match horse and rider but also your first opportunity to experience the beauty of this magical area. Return to the camp for sundowners around the fire followed by dinner, before the lions of the Kalahari commence their nightly prowling.

Day 2 in the Kalahari - Meerkat encounter and ride / game drive

Wake up to a steaming hot cup of coffee and a light breakfast, before heading off on your horses in search of some of the Kalahari’s most fascinating inhabitants, the meerkats. With our horses tethered we will proceed on foot in to the midst of the group. Due to an ongoing habituation programme by Uncharted Africa Safari co. it’s possible for us to get up close and personal with these captivating creatures. Remember, they are not tame – just used to our non-threatening presence. On chilly mornings, you might well find a meerkat snuggling up to you for warmth. Or, in the absence of a termite mound or tree, using your head as a sentry lookout post. By spending quality time with these incredibly social animals you will be able to see how they interact with each other and their environment. You also get the chance to see the desert through the eyes of a meerkat – which, despite the fact that it’s only a foot off the ground, is a pretty spectacular vantage point, and definitely one of the most special and memorable game experiences you will encounter in Botswana.

As the day warms up, leave the meerkats to continue foraging. Mount up and follow the well- worn trails that lead to the resident herds of zebra and large congregations of ostriches attracted to the area by permanent freshwater in hidden waterholes. Return to Camp Kalahari for lunch, a refreshing shower and a siesta in the shade of the mess tent.

After tea, head off by vehicle to see some unique desert species such as springbok, gemsbok, red hartebeest and the elusive brown hyaena; these consummate desert specialists survive in arid areas where both food and water are scarce. The brown hyaena is a timid nocturnal, solitary forager, rarely seen by humans, but in spite of this are very social animals, living in clans of up to 10-12 hyenas. Enjoy a night game drive back to camp, and with the aid of a spot light, look for nocturnal desert inhabitants such as aardvark, bat-eared foxes, aardwolves, porcupine, honey badgers and perhaps even a black-maned Kalahari lion. Arrive at Camp Kalahari in time for dinner.

Day 3 in the Kalahari - Morning and afternoon ride

Up with the dawn, a light breakfast is followed by a long morning ride through the “land of a thousand islands”. Stranded on the ancient lake-bed, these sand dunes covered in palm trees are one of the most beautiful and fascinating areas of the Botswana wilderness. The white encrusted pans between the islands provides excellent going for the horses, but if there has been a lot of rain then many of these areas will be full of water attracting several species of migratory water birds. Head back to Camp Kalahari in time for a refreshing shower and lunch.

Rest through the heat of the day in the welcome shade of the camel thorn trees or cool off in the camp swimming pool. After tea, head off to see some unique desert species such as springbok, gemsbok, red hartebeest and the elusive brown hyena; these consummate desert specialists survive in arid areas where both food and water are scarce.

Optional excursion – quad biking experience into the desert and possible sleep out if time allows.

Day 4 Kalahari to Okavango Delta - Bushmen walk and evening ride

After breakfast, drive through the bush to the traditionally built Bushmen village; where the community gathers during the day. The huts provide shelter from the harsh Kalahari environment but are not the community’s permanent accommodation. On arrival, the elders of the community will meet you in a traditional manner after which you will walk out into the bush with the men, women and children. The focus of the walk will be to provide a gentle introduction to the Kalahari and Bushmen way of life. The group will point out the distinct ecological characteristics of this area and its animal and bird species. Spontaneous gathering and discussions about the uses of plants and wildlife by your Bushmen guides provide the link between culture and wild environment that we seek to offer our guests.

Time for one more lunch before you bid farewell in preparation for your onward flight to Macatoo Camp.

The flight is a spectacular experience in itself as it offers an eagle’s eye view of the desert and Okavango Delta. A safari vehicle (or one of the local ‘mokoro’ boats depending on the time of year) will be waiting for you at the airstrip to whisk you away on your first 45-minute game drive back to Macatoo Camp. On arrival, you will be handed an ice-cold drink and introduced to the staff before being shown to your tented accommodation.

After settling in, you will be offered afternoon tea and homemade cake during a briefing from your guide, before heading to the barn for your first chance to mount up (if time allows). Evening rides are shorter and deliberately taken at a slower pace to let you enjoy the sunsets and make the most of those Kodak moments provided by the extensive wildlife. After a hot shower, drinks and snacks are served in the comfortable mess tent before sitting down to a delicious alfresco dinner set by the fire.

Day 5 in the Okavango Delta - Morning and evening ride

If you aren’t woken by the dawn chorus then you will receive a gentle wake-up call and a steaming cup of tea or coffee, from the comfort of your room. A light breakfast is served around the cozy campfire to prepare you the day’s adventure.

Your morning ride will vary depending on the season but could involve some long canters across the dried flood plains, swimming through floodwaters or navigating the tall grasses in search of giraffe, zebra, antelope, elephant, buffalo – and any other surprises you can find.

Back at camp a hearty lunch will be served daily. This proves incredibly popular after all those miles in the saddle and is often accompanied by a glass of wine to lead you nicely into an afternoon siesta before tea and the evening ride or evening game drives. The afternoon rides are slower allowing you to take time absorbing the Delta’s magic and listening to the sounds of the bush and the snorting and splashing of the horses. Enjoy Africa’s ‘golden hour’ where the wonderful afternoon light sets the landscape alight with beautiful colours. Sundowners are often enjoyed out in the bush before heading back to camp to freshen up before dinner.

Day 6 in the Okavango Delta - Morning ride and afternoon game experience

After waking up to yet another glorious African morning, and sipping on a mug of something hot, you will be impatient to jump on. Taking a new direction, encounter new scenery and the exciting opportunity to see a different combination of game. Enjoy picking up the pace and keep up with some of the larger animals such as giraffe or zebra.

After lunch, if you don’t fancy a siesta, then read, watch the wildlife go by from your tent deck, or enjoy the camp pool – an ideal place to cool down and escape the midday heat. After afternoon treats of homemade cakes or scones, you have the option to swap an evening ride for some sunset fishing off the boat, or from the banks of a pool often home to the odd wallowing hippo (water levels depending). A game drive, accompanied walk or boat rides – depending on the time of year – are also available for those wanting time away from the safari horses or for non-riding partners and guests. No two days are the same and every day is a different adventure out across a new and intriguing landscape.

Day 7 in the Okavango Delta - Morning ride and afternoon game experience

Again you will ride through a variety of landscapes, passing clouds of bushman hair grass to plains dotted with fig trees. You might encounter giraffe or shyer antelope while passing through mopane woodlands. When you hit the flood plains, your pace can pick up as you embrace that feeling of freedom which can only be felt on the back of a horse.

The afternoon offers the possibility of hiring a helicopter for the flight-of-a-lifetime over the Delta (at an extra cost) or finish off the day with a night game drive to find those glinting eyes with the spotlight and seek out game harder to see in the daylight, such as leopard and hyena. Afternoons are also the perfect opportunity for a tranquil ride in a mekoro, the traditional way of traversing the glittering, lily-lined lagoons and waterways. It is a chance too, to venture out on foot to appreciate the smaller creatures that inhabit the bush – or to learn some rudimentary tracking skills. Enjoy an evening around the fire before dinner under the stars.

Day 8 Okavango Delta to Victoria Falls - Evening ride

One final morning in paradise you will have time for a leisurely breakfast before hopping into the vehicle for a game drive to the airstrip. A picnic lunch will be provided to keep you going before you set foot back into life outside this watery paradise.  You will have a light air charter flight to Kasane Airport.

At Kasane, you will be met for a cross-border road transfer to Ursula’s Homestead – This takes around 1.5 hours plus border crossing. Crossing the border is a true authentic African experience! Your driver will help direct you on where to go and what to do.

Over tea, coffee, you will have a safety briefing and horses will be allocated according to abilities and preferences. Once you’re mounted up and orientation is finished, you set off with your guides for a leisurely evening ride (if time allows)

The lodge is situated in the Stanley and Livingstone Private Game Reserve and your ride will often begin with tracking last night’s elephant tracks or rhino tracks.  Your guides will impress with their abilities to read the tracks, and excitement builds as you head off through the vegetation to see what wildlife you can spot!

Get back to the lodge in time for a wonderfully cool glass of wine or gin and tonic before dinner at either Ursula’s Homestead or the sister lodge, the Stanely and Livingstone.

Day 9 Victoria Falls - Morning and evening ride

Enjoy a delicious breakfast before mounting up for a long morning ride into the Zambezi National Park. Heading for the river you will ride across diverse habitats including grasslands, forests and rivers which are the idyllic environments for scenic game viewing experiences.  Depending on the season you may see elephant, buffalo, kudu, impala, bushbuck, waterbuck, banded mongoose and warthog. But remember, no game is guaranteed – your ride is more about riding in an amazing wilderness area.

Return to Ursula’s Homestead for lunch and an hour or two of relaxation before heading out on horseback again. Perhaps you spend the afternoon on a rhino search or just enjoying the scenery. When you get back to the lodge, enjoy a cooling swim or chill in the outdoor relaxation area before dinner (option to book dinner at the Stanley Livingstone Boutique Hotel, book a private outdoor dinner, or dine at the lodge – the choice is yours)

Day 10 Victoria Falls - Morning and visit Victoria Falls

This morning,  you’ll ride through beautiful landscapes with lovely sand tracks and wide grassy areas, which are calling out for long canters and faster riding. Traverse rugged hills with stunning views and open vleis bordered by magnificent trees. Your guide will help you spot the birds and wildlife that is often hidden until trained eyes point them out. Birds and other wildlife abound, of all colours, shapes and sizes. You will also learn many of the traditional uses of plants and trees, basic principles of tracking, and aspects of traditional village life.

After brunch, transfer to Victoria Falls town and explore the rainforests and the wonders of the Falls themselves.  Victoria Falls is one of the natural wonders of the world, and a tourism destination of note. The primary attraction, the Victoria Falls themselves, need little introduction, but you can also undertake a wealth of activities – Sunset boat trips, paragliding, helicopter flips and ziplining are just a few of the highlights. In the evening, take a game drive in this wonderful private game reserve.

Day 10 Victoria Falls - Morning and departure

Rising with the sun you will head out to meet the horses for a long morning ride through beautiful scenery, keeping an eye out for game and enjoying a last long canter. After returning to the lodge for brunch and a quick shower, you will bid a sad farewell to your faithful steed and guides, before being transferred back to the airport for your flight out. (If you have an early flight, you will not be able to go on the final ride)

THE ACCOMMODATION

Camp Kalahari 

This traditional bush camp has spacious Meru tents, comprising of twin tents,  double tents and one family unit which has two adjacent tents, accommodating two guests in each with an inter-leading bathroom. All guest tents have en-suite covered bathrooms, hot and cold running water and flush loos. They boast four poster beds, cotton sheets, rich textiles, Moroccan kilims and hot water bottles in winter. There is a thatched central library, living and dining area, featuring an eclectic mix of original African furniture and textiles paired with traditional campaign style pieces and colonial antiques. It provides the perfect area in which to relax and enjoy the serenity of this enchanting area. Cool off in the swimming pool or enjoy a siesta in the thatched pavilion.

Macatoo Camp

Macatoo Camp is a beautiful tented camp situated in the idyllic setting of an island in the depths of the Okavango Delta. Each spacious twin safari tent is equipped with proper beds, an en suite shower with hot and cold water and a flush loo. All tents have a raised deck out front which provides the perfect place to relax, read, and watch the wildlife go by or simply soak up the sun. The indulgence doesn’t stop there however; the camp has a large furnished mess tent and a plunge pool for those hot afternoons from October to May.  For single travellers there is one single tent, with no supplement, allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. There is the option to spend one night sleeping under the stars on a platform up in the treetops. Mattresses will be laid out and each one will have its own mosquito net draped overhead. The Treehouse is lit by candles and lanterns.

Ursula’s Homestead

Situated on Stanley and Livingstone Private Game Reserve, 6 000-acres of private land.  It is furnished in the classic ‘Old Africa’ style, with crisp white linens and the feeling of a beautifully finished luxury home. The reserve is adjacent to the Zambezi National Park and therefore is home to a large number of game, including black rhino – the only reserve in Victoria Falls to offer rhino viewing, a very special experience. Staying at Ursula includes a night game drive and bush dinner so you can appreciate these wonderful creatures in their natural habitats. The camp overlooks a private vlei and is set in beautiful indigenous gardens, shaded by magnificent Feydherbia Albida trees. You will stay in 4 classic A-frame thatch chalets with an en-suite bathroom, including a bath and shower, air conditioning and each with views of the waterhole.

QUICK FACTS
Makgadikgadi Salt Pans, Okavango Delta and  Victoria Falls
Arrive Maun International Airport, Depart Victoria Falls International Airport.
Open All Year
10 nights / tailormade
Group Size: Max. 8
Intermediate Plus and Above
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SUITABLE RIDING LEVELS
Beginner
Novice
Intermediate
Intermediate Plus
Advanced
WHAT RIDING LEVEL AM I?
TOUR HIGHLIGHTS
  • A tailor-made riding experience, created specifically for you to experience 3 different amazing destinations.
  • The chance to include many other activities in your itinerary such as; bush walks, game drives, quad biking and cultural experiences
  • Meeting the meerkats of the Makgadikgadi and the enchanting Kalahari Bushmen
  • Exploring Africa’s ‘Eden’ and its exceptional array of wildlife on horseback, specialized game drive vehicles and traditional mokoro boats
  • Visiting one of the Seven Wonders of the World – the mighty Victoria Falls
DATES & RATES

Please enquire for exact dates, availability and an exact quote. Prices can be effected by exchange rates and therefore below are estimates only.

2021 Rates:

Low Season: Approx. January – March & December
From $6 725 pps + $1 315 Transfers

Mid Season: Approx.  April – June
From $7 635 pps + $1 315 Transfers

High Season: Approx. July & August
From $8 660 pps + $1 315 Transfers

High Season: Approx. September – December
From $8 360 pps + $1 315 Transfers

Includes

  • Accommodation – 3 nights at Camp Kalahari, 4 nights at Macatoo & 3 nights at Camp Ursula
  • All Meals at Camp Kalahari and Macatoo
  • Breakfast and Dinner at Camp Ursula
  • All local drinks (soft drinks, spirits, beers and house wines) at Camp Kalahari and Macatoo
  • Excellent Horse Riding & Guiding throughout
  • Activities at Camp Kalahari, including game drives, guided walks, bushmen experience, meerkat encounter, and quad biking
  • Activities at Macatoo, including game drives, guided walks, mokoro trips, fishing and boating (water levels permitting)
  • Game drive at Camp Ursula plus transfer to Victoria Falls
  • Unique flexibility

Excludes

  • Lunches and drinks at Camp Ursula
  • Helicopter scenic flights at Macatoo
  • Park Entry Fee to Victora Falls (approx. $40)
  • Activities at Victoria Falls
  • Gratuities and personal items
  • Light Air Charter Flights from Maun to Camp Kalahari, Camp Kalahari to Macatoo and Macatoo to Kasane (approx. $1 250 pp)
  • Road Transfers from Kasane to Camp Ursula (approx. $65 pp)
  • International flights
  • Comprehensive Travel and Medical Insurance
WHAT THEY’RE SAYING

It was a great, amazing, cool, top experience to ride the Tuliblock in Botswana. 8 day's on a back of a horse and view a lot of game. The guides and staff were great. So I will come back!

Nicole PlasTuli Safari, Botswana
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How we care for our horses

Our horseback adventures are hand-picked for their quality and care of their horses. Here’s how the safari horses are kept in tip-top shape for your safaris. The horses are on top of the hierarchy and receive very special care:
  • The horses live in a herd, allowing them to live naturally 
  • They are bought in twice a day to be feed, checked, groomed and temperatures taken by our devoted guides
  • The guides and grooms have general veterinary experience and are able to treat any minor wounds or injuries, and there is always a vet on call for anything more serious.
  • The farrier comes every 6 weeks to shoe, and check the horse which are barefoot 
  • Our saddles are specially designed for trails which mean they are comfortable for the horse, distributing the riders weight evenly, preventing any back issues. Our tack is checked and cleaned regularly to ensure it is kept to the best possible standards.
  • A careful record is kept of how much work each horse does to ensure they have rest days and holidays

Please let us know if you have any more questions around this.

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