We use Wilderness Systems Tsunami 125 single seat kayaks, these are highly versatile touring kayaks that offer comfort, manoeuvrability, stability and large storage capacity.
A usual day would see you waking up around 6am with coffee and tea around a campfire while the camp staff prepare a large breakfast of cereals,
eggs, bacon, toast with all the trimmings. After breakfast you prepare the kayaks for the day with snacks and drinks and set off. In certain areas you
will encounter wildlife; elephant are abundant as are certain antelope that inhabit the river’s edge and floodplains. The Okavango is also well known for
its spectacular birding.
Usually around 12.30pm you stop for lunch which typically consists of cold meats, salad, bread, cheese and biscuits. After lunch we set off again and
enjoy a few hours of paddling until you arrive at your campsite for the night. Here the camp staff have made a camp fire and set up
ablutions, tents and bedding. A large dinner is cooked and served with wine, and you can kick back and recount the day on the water.
If you would like to include evening and morning walks, (highly recommended, as you will see much more wildlife this way), we can fit them into your
In the bush, dome tents are provided with bedrolls. These trips require a reasonable level of fitness as you will kayak approximately 25 km (15 miles) per day or more if you are up to it. Longer safari carry a satellite phone in case of
emergency, first aid kits is also on hand.