Photograph the Okavango Delta

Duba Plains, Botswana

Dates: 19-27 May 2020

Availability: Yes

Rates:  $7490 per person.  8 nights. No single supplement.

Photograph the Okavango Delta with David Rogers on an exceptional journey through a World Heritage site and the finest wilderness in Africa.  Follow in the footsteps of National Geographic photographers Derek and Beverly Joubert in the camps they built and designed. The trip is timed well for

  • The arrival of the first flood waters into the Selinda Channel.  
  • Great game viewing and landscape opportunities.
  •  Mild temperatures for long days in the field. 
  • Large congregations of animals.
  • Excellent birding.
  • Very good rates
Great Plains are part of National Geographic Unique Lodges of the World. We will be staying in Explorer Camps which have just 4 tents with a maximum of 10 people and wonderful hospitality and dining. The camp is owned and run by National Geographic film makers Derek and Beverly Joubert who won numerous awards for their films such as Eternal Enemies. The company has been spearheading a conservation effort bringing rhino back to Botswana and has a wonderful conservation record.
We will explore by vehicle, mekoro, boat and canoe as we seek out amazing opportunities to photograph the Okavango Delta. The area is a wildlife hotspot with lion, leopard, wild dog, sable and roan. We can also expect to see lechwe and good herds of elephant.

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We will spend 8 nights between two camps: Selinda Explorer in the Selinda Reserve and Duba Explorer. 

19-23 May: Duba Explorer

23-27 May: Selinda Explorer

Price includes all meals, accommodation, guiding and activities plus charters in and out of Maun. The town of Maun is the gateway to the Delta and connects with daily international flights from Johannnesburg and Cape Town. It’s  easy to adjust your individual with add ons to the Okavango, Victoria Falls, Chobe, or the great parks of Zimbabwe, Zambia or Namibia.

Book now to secure your place.


$7490 per person.
No single supplement.