We offer 4 different packages that will suit most needs.

• Trans Okavango 8 days 8 nights
On a Trans Okavango Safari you will fly in to Seronga (in the Panhandle) on the morning of the first day, where you will be met by your guide and staff. You will then board the boat to start an incredible adventure of 8 days travel right through the heart of the Okavango Delta, exploring the many waterways and islands that make up the Okavango Delta and staying on uninhabited islands along the way. Our friendly staff will have set up camp before you arrive. On the 8th day we will arrive in Maun in the late afternoon and will check in to your lodge accommodation. Here you can relax next to the Thamalakane River and reminisce about the adventure you have just had.

• 6 day 7 nights
The 6 day 7 night package starts in Maun, where you will spend the night before your trip starts at a lodge on the banks of the Thamalakane River. The following morning you will be met by your guides where you will then board the boat that will take you up into the heart of the lower Okavango Delta. The next 5 nights will be spent at pre-erected camps situated on islands along the Boro Channel. On the 6th day we will take a leisurely cruise back to Maun. We we will arrive at the lodge in the late afternoon and here you will spend your last night before continuing on your travels.

• 4 days 3 nights or 3 days 2 nights
The 4 days 3 nights packages are perfect for those who do not have the time to do a longer trip but still want to experience some of the Okavango Delta. You will meet your guide early on the morning of the first day on the banks of the Thamalakane River, where you will board the boat and head up stream into the Okavango Delta. The next 3 or 4 days (depending on which package you chose to do) will be spent experiencing the wonders of the Okavango Delta. You will spend the nights on islands where our staff will have already set the camp up prior to your arrival. On your last day we will take a slow cruise back to Maun arriving mid to late afternoon.

If you would like to do something different to any of the above packages we will gladly offer a tailor-made trip to suit your needs.


• Extra Activities (must be arranged prior to safari):
Helicopter flights, mokoro trips, game flights, and fishing.


Q: What is the best time of the year to do a boat safari?
A: April through to October, however, this may vary depending on water levels

Q: Is there malaria?
A: You will be traveling in a malaria area, however the prevalence is very low. We still recommend you consult your doctor about malaria prophylaxis. We also suggest you take a few simple precautions whilst on safari such as mosquito repellant covering exposed skin during the early morning and early evening.

Q: Is it safe to do a mobile boating safari?
A: It is perfectly safe to do a mobile boating safari. We use boats that conform to marine regulations and all trips are guided by professional guides. You will be given a safety brief by your guide before the trip begins.

Q: Do you get wild animals in camp?
A: Potentially, as there are no fences. The best advice to be given here is to listen to your guide's instruction while in camp, ensure that your tent flaps are not left open and doors are closed etc. At almost all the camps the guides walk you to and from your tents and they are trained to handle any situation, should it arise. Keep in mind that animals do wander through the camps during the day and at night, so at all times just be aware of your surroundings and you will be fine. Having wild animals in such close proximity is one of the main reasons people visit the area – enjoying them in their natural habitat is what makes the experience all the more special.

Q: Can we fish?
A: Fishing is not permitted in the Moremi Game reserve; however we can fish in the Panhandle while doing Trans-Okavangos.

Q: Can we drink the water?
A: Although the water of the Okavango Delta is filtered through one of natures best filtering systems and the local people of Botswana drink it, we don’t recommend that you do. Drinking water will be provided.

Q: What will the weather be like?
A: Generally, the rainy season is between November and March and the temperature range in these months is 20°C – 36°C. Between April and October the weather is normally dry. From April to August temperatures vary from 8°C - 26°C and from August to October they range between 12°C – 31°C. View the latest weather developments on

Q: Can I use my mobile phone?
A: unfortunately, due to the remoteness of the area we will be traveling through, there will be no signal for mobile phones. However the guides will have forms of communication with our office in Maun in the unlikely event of an emergency.


The Okavango Delta, 17, 000 square kilometers of pristine wilderness. A labyrinth of channels and lagoons snaking their way slowly into the Kalahari Desert, creating a unique and amazing oasis, full of biodiversity.

The only way to truly explore this incredible landscape is to get out onto its waterways by boat. Okavango Still offers the opportunity to do this by offering guided mobile boating safaris from the top to the bottom of the Okavango Delta, while staying on uninhabited islands along the way. We offer comfortable tented accommodation at private campsites which are located on just a few of the estimated 50,000 islands dotted all over the Okavango Delta. We navigate the channels on aluminum T- Craft boats that have been constructed to the highest standards and powered by environmentally friendly 4 stroke outboard motors.

While doing a boating safari with us you will get to experience the Okavango Delta in all its glory. Most of our trips pass through the world famous Moremi Game Reserve, where opportunities abound for amazing bird sightings as well as Hippos, Elephants and some of the larger mammals that call this area home. Whether you are a keen photographer slightly adventurous at heart, or just wanting to appreciate a pristine and remote wilderness, Okavango Still will give you a uniquely unforgettable experience.