In the magical Okavango Delta, seated high above the long grass and reeds, riders see giraffe, elephant, buffalo, many species of antelope and even lion. Combine this with luxury bush camps and you have the riding experience of a lifetime.
Fed by seasonal rains, the Okavango river fans out into the Kalahari desert to create the world’s largest inland delta, supporting a diverse profusion of plant and animal life. The Delta is a mosaic of palm islands, grassy flood plains, mopane forest and streams.
Once considered a wasteland swamp, the Delta is now regarded as one of Africa’s prime wildlife areas.