Delta Adventurer - Participation Safari

Delta Adventurer - Participation Safari

Prefer to do your own thing but still want that ultimate mokoro experience? Pack your tents, camping gear, cooking equipment, food and firewood. Together with the community guides set up your own camp. The guides will show you how and will assist with setting up tents and starting the camp fire. The community guides are always on hand to lead a guided walk or teach you how to steer the Mokoro. We take care of the transfers to and from the delta  on a suitable open 4x4 vehicle and all concession fees. dont forget to pack a guitar.


For the Ultimate Adventure Travellers. 

USD 212 per person 2 nights

USD 195 per person 1 night 

Participation / Budget Trip

Day One

Meet the Mokoro Polers

(Own camping equipment and food for 2 days)

To add to your adventure we will transfer you to the delta in our open 4x4 vehicle. At the river, we meet the Mokoro polers who will be your hosts and guides for the coming days. After introductions, you will continue on by traditional style dug-out canoe (Mokoro). Gliding along the pristine channels, there are excellent photographic opportunities to capture the beauty of the Okavango.

Your Mokoro Guide will choose a camping area and will assist you to set up camp in a shady position looking out over the reeds and the river. After settling into camp and fixing lunch you may join your host for an afternoon walk. On walks you may come across combinations game animals such as zebra, giraffe, elephant, jackals, antelope and of course fantastic bird life. On occasion we also see lion, leopard, buffalo, wild dog, bat-eared fox, hyena and other species. Return to camp in the late afternoon to cook your meal over an open fire.

Day Two

Explore the area and search for game

(Own camping equipment and food for 2 days)

Up before the sun, you set out by Mokoro or on foot, to explore the area once again in search of game. Of course these sightings cannot be predicted but the Okavango is world famous for its bio-diversity. Walks are led by local guides who are part of the community-based programme we work closely with. During the hottest part of the day you can cool off in the river, or just relax before the afternoon outing .In the evening your hosts can be encouraged to share stories around the fire of their lives and lands. Be prepared if your Botswana hosts put on a song for you they will be expect one in return!  As the evening draws to a close lay back and listen to the music of life - the sounds of the African bush! 

Day Three

Say goodbye to your Delta friends

Up early to take that final sunrise selfie, or last guided walk before saying goodbye to your Delta friends. We glide back to our collection point to catch the transfer back to Sitatunga. 

Participation/Budget Trip

What's included and excluded


  • 4 x 4 safari vehicle for the transfer
  • Services of local Mokoro Guides and Polers 


  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Items of a personal nature
  • Any internal or domestic flights
  • International and Internal Airfares
  • Personal Travel and Medical Insurance
  • Alcoholic Beverages (drinks can be purchased at bar before leaving for delta)
  • All optional Activities
  • Gratuities
  • Visa’s, Passports and Vaccinations
  • Personal Taxes Including Departure and Boarder Taxes
  • All bookings are subject to park bookings and availability 

Comprehensive Medical and Travel insurance is mandatory on all Delta Rain Safaris.  Should a client be unable to present proof of such insurance we may exclude the client from the tour, and the client shall be liable for the cost of the excursion in full.  The client acknowledges that the travel insurance must include comprehensive medical insurance including provision for air evacuation.


All delta rain safaris are subject to our standard terms and conditions. 

Rates Valid to end 2016 – Subject to National Park Fee Increases.