This is the transportation of guests using open safari vehicles in order to view animals. The guests will be informed about the routes they are taking and narrated about what the animals they are seeing are doing. They will be taught about the different sighting they will be coming across, e.g. birds, grass, trees, reptiles, insects including the large mammals. There will be two game drives per day: morning and afternoon.
This is a traditional canoe which was being used by the early inhabitants of the Okavango delta. It was made of wood but now it is made of fiber glass in order to protect trees.
On this ride one enjoys the tranquil of the Okavango delta and the canoes are poled by experienced polers. One gets closer to the flora and fauna of the Okavango delta. One can overnight on the island to enjoy the night surrounded by wild animals and listening to their sounds. This was the only mode of transportation in the delta. Can be done in the morning and in the afternoon