I know, know it is a lot of driving...but I have searched over a year and this is the least expensive in money trip to Botswana. It includes 1500 miles of driving but actually spends some small amount of time in all the places (alost) I want to visit. I do not want to relax (do that when I die) or be pampered. I want a see it all and not spend a fortune ( I am civil servant).
All feedback on the travel agency, Eyes on Africa would be helpful.
The trip is named Kalahari and Delta Safari and is 1500 miles of driving and stopping in 15 days...the price is $2750 plus a cash local payment of $300.
What is a cash local payment for?
The trip gives me a night at Khama Rhino, drive, drive then 3 nights in Central Kalahari then drive to Maun and sleep over, leave the next day for 2 nights Okavango, then drive, drive, 2 nights Nxai Pan, drive, drive 2 nights Makgadikgadi Pans, drive drive 2 nights Chobe and finish off with a short drive to Victoria Falls. Total 1500 miles and 15 days. The longest drive is about 400 miles. This trip sounds like doing Texas in 15 days and I don't find that outrageous, I don't want to go to Kenya or Tanzania or anywhere but Botswana. I love Botswana. I would self drive but it isn't less expensive and my travel partner said NO! I knda like the idea of driving because I will see the land and mayb bump into Mma Ramatswe