A fabulous family safari visiting contrasting wildlife areas in the Okavango and Linyanti, combined with a stay in the Kalahari Salt Pans and an opportunity to track with San Bushmen.
The family guide price is based on a family of four (two adults and two children aged between 6 and 15 years old).
You can do this trip all year-round with the Easter, summer and half term holidays in May & October the best times to go for families, depending what you want to see.
The peak time to be in the Okavango and Linyanti perfectly co-incides with the long school summer holidays offering a combination of great weather and wildlife densities (July/August). The October and May half-term holidays would also work really well - October offers very high animal densities right at the end of the dry season, although temperatures soar well in to the 30s, with the rains arriving in November. May's weather is beautiful with clear blue skies after the long rains (December to March), the Okavango starts to fill up and wildlife turns north from the Kalarhari salt pans back to the Delta.
April (Easter holidays) is a transition month as the rain clears - there are many baby animals to see, dramatic sunsets and increasingly clear skies - a great time for a desert and delta holiday. April is our favourite month to be in the Kalahari. April is seen as the start of the season in the Okavango so visitor numbers are lower and prices are competitive.
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