Warren Samuels - Photographic Safari - Botswana - November 2025

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BOTSWANA WITH WARREN SAMUELS

November 2025

DESIGNED BY JOURNEYSMITHS

WELCOME

What do a polar bear, a mountain gorilla, a Bengal tiger and a desert elephant have in common? They are awesome creatures, few in number, living in places that are spectacular, wild and fragile. I marvel that we live in an age when we can even come close to creatures like these, in the world’s remotest places. And that we can stay in exclusive comfort, in the company of expert guides. And that by travelling we can contribute to these animals’ survival.

I have built a team of Journeysmiths with the ability to match your dreams and aspirations to their knowledge and experience of the world’s extraordinary places. The outcome is a holiday of a lifetime every time you travel. Our holidays go beyond “tailormade” — they are uniquely crafted and arranged and we simply adore what we do.

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WHO ARE JOURNEYSMITHS?

Choosing the right company to arrange your holiday to our world’s most complex and remote locations is vitally important. Like mankind, Journeysmiths’ roots are in Africa. 30 years ago John Burdett and Warwick Hoffman, the original Journeysmiths, founded Africa Exclusive. They were, and still are fired by a passion to show clients the wild world they love, in privacy and comfort. Today, driven by that same passion, Journeysmiths arranges the finest possible holidays to amazing places across five continents for our international clientele. Each trip is expertly arranged to exactly meet each client’s requirements and interests. We are proud of our exceptional level of service, which we believe sets us apart from other holiday companies.

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WHY JOURNEYSMITHS?

• We have over 30 years experience

• Our holidays are beautifully engineered

• We are passionate about quality

• We are fastidious about those tiny details

• We listen carefully, each client is unique

• We are passionate about positive impacts

• Our clients have a dedicated expert consultant

• Our prices are fair

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HELPING OUT

We are passionate about protecting the world’s most fragile environments. When you travel with us you are contributing to the protection of wildlife and the environment in partnership with local communities. As well as carefully selecting our partners around the world we also give 5% of our net profit each year to supporting charities and conservation efforts in the places we work.

FINANCIAL SECURITY

You have complete financial security when you book with Journeysmiths. We are fully bonded and licenced under the Civil Aviation Authority’s ATOL scheme, licence number ATOL 2883 (Journeysmiths is a trading name of Africa Exclusive Ltd). This covers all clients who book their international flights from the UK and holiday arrangements through us. If you are arranging your own flights or you are not departing from the UK you are also protected by a separate insurance policy that we voluntarily maintain with Travel and General Insurance Services. This is called a Total Payment Protection Policy (TOPP) and the policy number is AELI/topp/20/14.

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TRAVEL WELL

Travel to the world’s fragile places should benefit the habitats, wildlife and people who live there. We call this ‘travelling well’ and it is a feature of every safari we arrange.

It may seem counterintuitive that visiting a place could protect it, but staying at the right place can do just that. We actively favour safari lodges which work in partnership with local communities to conserve wildlife. We also support charities and NGOs working in our destinations.

We are fortunate enough to enjoy the incredible biodiversity this planet has to offer. We believe it is our responsibility to preserve it for future generations.

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In the 30 year life of Journeysmiths, Africa's human population has doubled. The future of vulnerable species and iconic landscapes can only be assured by a mutually beneficial partnership between Africa's people and wildlife.

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THE POSITIVE IMPACT OF YOUR TRIP

30 years ago we encountered Africa and fell in love with its awesome beauty. Ever since, we’ve been spreading the word, sharing our passion so that you too can experience the best of our world. In the best possible way. This means matching your individuality to a unique blend of places and experiences that fulfil your dreams and extend your horizons. It also means fighting to protect these fragile places.

The way we do this is simple but effective:

– We work with people who share our values

– We make it easy for you to see the positive impacts of your holiday

– We encourage you to get involved

– We donate a minimum of 5% of net profit to charity each year

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Our planet’s remote places and wildlife are under constant threat from poaching, encroachment and climate change. We favour lodges which actively conserve the land and its wildlife. This requires dynamic partnerships with local communities which leads to them benefiting significantly from wildlife conservation.

We include details of initiatives run by each property you will visit in your travel itinerary, so that you can see the positive impact of your stay. Our team would also be delighted to discuss ways you can get more involved.

To help protect the amazing places we send our clients to; we donate 5% of our net profits each to charitable conservation projects within Africa.

We also work alongside charities that are dedicated to protecting endangered species, providing environmental education to local children and ensuring human-wildlife coexistence is sustained.

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DATE SERVICE

02 NOVEMBER 2025

AT A GLANCE...

ROUTE & PROPERTY

ARRIVAL INTO MAUN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT - UNDER OWN ARRANGEMENTS

SCHEDULED LIGHT AIRCRAFT FLIGHT

GAME DRIVE TRANSFER

ACCOMMODATION

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GAME DRIVE TRANSFER

SCHEDULED LIGHT AIRCRAFT FLIGHT

GAME DRIVE TRANSFER

ACCOMMODATION

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GAME DRIVE TRANSFER

SCHEDULED LIGHT AIRCRAFT FLIGHT

GAME DRIVE TRANSFER

ACCOMMODATION

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GAME DRIVE TRANSFER

SCHEDULED LIGHT AIRCRAFT FLIGHT

MAUN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT TO OKUTI AIRSTRIP APPROX. 20 MINUTES SHARED

OKUTI AIRSTRIP TO OKUTI CAMP AS NEEDED SHARED

OKUTI CAMP TO OKUTI AIRSTRIP AS NEEDED SHARED

OKUTI AIRSTRIP TO DINAKA AIRSTRIP APPROX. 45 MINUTES SHARED

DINAKA AIRSTRIP TO DINAKA CAMP AS NEEDED SHARED

DINAKA CAMP 3 NIGHTS 4X LUXURY TENTS

DINAKA CAMP TO DINAKA AIRSTRIP AS NEEDED SHARED

DINAKA AIRSTRIP TO KANANA AIRSTRIP APPROX. 50 MINUTES SHARED

KANANA AIRSTRIP TO KANANA CAMP AS NEEDED SHARED

KANANA CAMP 3 NIGHTS 4X LUXURY TENTS

KANANA CAMP TO KANANA AIRSTRIP AS NEEDED SHARED

KANANA AIRSTRIP TO MAUN INTERNATIONALAIRPORT APPROX. 30 MINUTES SHARED

DEPART FROM MAUN INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT - UNDER OWN ARRANGEMENTS

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DURATION CLASS / ROOM TYPE
OKUTI CAMP 3 NIGHTS 4X MASASAS

When searching for an African safari we found that Journeysmiths was a cut above the others.We have been on safari several times and were attracted by the more remote luxury accommodations and game viewing. From first contact with the company their professionalism and attention to detail was obvious. Everything was as advertised and we were extremely pleased with all aspects of our safari experience.

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WARREN SAMUELS

Your photographer and lead guide

When we consider a truly exceptional safari experience, it is impossible to ignore the indispensable part played by your guide. Knowledge is essential of course, as is experience and that uncanny gift of tracking and spotting a leopard in a tree. Just as important is your guide’s personality, sense of humour, an infectious love of the wilderness and the ability to communicate and inspire.

One of the finest guides in all these respects is Warren Samuels, popularly known for his outstanding photographic work on BBC wildlife programmes “Big Cat Diaries” and "Serengeti", the 3rd series of which he is currently to be found filming in the Masai Mara.

Who better to accompany you? He is on hand if there are any budding photographers among the group who would like to improve their skills, and also to be a reassuring constant throughout your

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Growing up on a Kenyan coffee farm, Warren Samuels’ passion for wildlife photography began on family camping safaris in the Masai Mara National Reserve. As a young man he moved to South Africa and spent ten years as a guide, tracker and conservationist. Yet Kenya was his first love and eventually the opportunity arose to return as a specialist wildlife cameraman. When the BBC hit upon the idea of creating the “Big Cat Diary” Warren’s reputation made him the obvious choice as lead cameraman and his work on that series and with National Geographic has secured his reputation as one of the world’s finest wildlife photographers.

Alongside his mastery of the technical aspects of wildlife photography Warren also developed an intimate knowledge of and affection for specific locations and even particular herds and animals. During long months of patient watching and filming he acquired an innate understanding of animals’ behaviour. The sharing of this experience and understanding will make this safari particularly attractive.

Warren will personally guide and photograph every day of the safari alongside naturalist driver/guides from each camp. Each day a new adventure will begin as you explore the diverse landscapes, visit Warren’s favourite spots, and seek out the wildlife and birds. Precisely where you go and what you do each day can be agreed in response to opportunities that arise.

This safari is not a masterclass in wildlife photography and is designed to be inclusive for all. Warren will be chronicling the adventure and so everyone is sure to return home with some outstanding photographs of their experience..

For any keen photographers in the group, alongside expert tuition, Warren will also be pleased to review and help to edit your photographs when you are relaxing in camp.

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DAYS 1 TO 3

Sunday 2nd - Tuesday 4th November 2025

JOURNEY

Arrival into Muan International Airport under own arrangements

Scheduled light aircraft flight to Moremi Game Reserve

Game drive transfer to camp

ACCOMMODATION

Okuti Camp 4x Masasas 3 nights

INCLUSIONS

Meals, soft drinks,local beers, wines and spirits,limited laundry service and sharedactivities: game drives (private vehicle provided for parties offour or more) and motor boat excursions.

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The Okavango Delta region is a unique part of the Africa, which has been formed by the Okavango River flowing inland rather than out to sea as the majority of rivers do. The river then fans out into the delta before disappearing into the sands of the

Kalahari Desert, thereby creating a lush wilderness which offers a marvellous year-round wildlife experience.

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Okuti Camp is located alongside the Maunachira River in the heart of the Moremi Game Reserve. It caters for a maximum of 18 guests and accommodation is in the form of uniquely designed and very comfortable thatched cottages,

each of which has proper beds,furniture and spacious en-suite bathroom. Two of the cottages consist of two bedrooms with shared bathroom facilities, so are ideal for families.

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All of the cottages have raised wooden decks with views out over the river, while there is also a swimming pool to cool off in during the heat of the day. The lodge is very well managed and the standard of cuisine is excellent. Meals can either be taken in the dining lodge or in the open air, around the campfire.

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Each day you will have a chance to enjoy actionpacked game drives by open-sided vehicle on the game-filled plains of the Moremi Game Reserve. In addition to your daily game drives, the camp is one of few that offers year-round boat-based activities, exploring the deeper channels and lagoons and

giving you a chance to view wildlife from different perspectives. The area is a favourite haunt of elephants – sometimes seen in breeding herds – and you may see adolescent bulls that might trumpet at you before ‘crashing’ into a shallow Okavango lagoon.

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COMMUNITY

Part of the Ker & Downey portfolio, Okuti supports Maun-based NGO Bana Ba Letsatsi (Children of the Sun) which assists northern Botswana’s orphaned and vulnerable children by providing them with food, clothing, education and counselling as well as sporting, art and musical activities. Ker & Downey provide monthly donations to the organisation based on a percentage of their safari sales from all of their Botswana-based camps. Bana Ba Letsatsi has been introduced to the Pack For A Purpose organisation which means that guests may use the space in their luggage to bring in donations of clothes, toys and educational materials for the children.

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DAYS 4 TO 6

Wednesday 5th - Friday 7th November

JOURNEY

Game drive transfer to the airstrip

Scheduled light aircraft flight to Kalahari Desert

Game drive transfer to your camp

ACCOMMODATION

Dinaka Camp 4x Luxury Tents 3 nights

INCLUSIONS

Meals, soft drinks, local beers, wines and spirits, laundry service, private game-viewing activities: day and night game drives, guided bush walks, educational walks with San Bushmen and hide visits. A night on the sleep-out deck is included for stays of three nights or longer – limited capacity and must be pre-booked on a first come first served basis).

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Dinaka Camp is a newly refurbished camp situated on a vast, private reserve on the northern edge of the world-renowned Central Kalahari Game Reserve. “Kalahari” is derived from the Tswana word Kgala meaning “great thirst” – and it has vast areas covered by red sand without any permanent water. The Kalahari Desert is the largest sand basin

in the world stretching 2500 km from the northern regions of South Africa through to Namibia/Angola and ending in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The Central Kalahari Game Reserve is the largest game reserve in the world (52,800 km²) and for many years was closed to the public, hence it is known for being one of Africa’s last true wild areas.

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The term ‘desert,’ is however not quite accurate when referring to the Kalahari; the region receives an annual rainfall of 60mm-175mm, too high to be classified as a true desert. The Kalahari’s vegetation consists mainly of grasses and acacias, as well as stunted thorn and scrub bush, and there are over 400 identified plant species present. About 1100 metres above sea level, the largely unchanging flat terrain is occasionally interrupted with gentle valleys, sand dunes and a large number of pans, which vary in size and complexity. These are invaluable to the wildlife as they supply them with nutrients from the salts and grasses of the pans.

In contrast to large areas of the Central Kalahari Game Reserve, the Dinaka private reserve has several, permanent, life-sustaining waterholes and so the game viewing is excellent all year round. Predators abound, with plentiful Lion – especially the famous Kalahari black-maned lion – cheetah, leopard, jackal and the rare desert specialist - the brown hyena.

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Several species of antelope are found in the area which include giraffe, eland, springbok, steenbok, oryx, hartebeest, kudu and duiker. Honey badger visit regularly, as well as ground squirrel, bateared fox, porcupine, aardvark and aardwolf and

many an hour can be whiled away watching these fascinating animals. A real highlight of any stay at Dinaka is the possibility to see rhino, one of only a handful of places where this is still possible in Botswana.

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Bird life is aplenty with the world’s heaviest flying bird – the kori bustard - being common as well as the black korhaan who continuously calls during the daytime. Ostrich are seen roaming free, usually in large flocks. All the sand grouse species identified in southern Africa live here, from the double banded to the Namaqua which are a sight to see in the mornings as they flock to the waterholes in their thousands, to drink and bathe. Raptors from the most common pale-chanting goshawk to the rock kestrel, bateleur and brown and tawny eagle are also seen regularly.

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Guests are accommodated in only seven custombuilt desert tents, each with en-suite bathroom, indoor and outdoor shower. For families, there is also a wonderful two-bedroomed desert suite, sharing a spacious en-suite bathroom. Dinaka’s rooms are well spaced and raised up on wooden decks giving the perfect vantage point over a permanent waterhole that sees wide range of wildlife coming in to drink throughout the day.

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The main area of camp consists of an open dining room and bar, comfortable lounge area, and a viewing deck complete with campfire overlooking the waterhole. The camp also offers facilities such as a swimming pool, a star deck for evening meals, photographic hides strategically located near to waterholes around the reserve and even a sleep out deck to enjoy magical nights under the star filled African sky.

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During your stay at Dinaka you will be able to enjoy exciting morning and afternoon game drives in comfortable 4x4 vehicles. Parties of four will have their own private vehicle to explore this stunning area with complete exclusivity.

Additionally, you can enjoy guided bush walks with the camp guides, who are all local San Bushmen of the Kalahari, the oldest surviving culture in the world. Walking with your Bushman guide you can experience, taste and feel how these wonderful people of the African continent used to live, and adapted in this arid land.

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On your 2nd and 3rd evenings here, half of the group at a time can spend a night sleeping under the stars. After dinner you will depart with your guide on the short drive to Dinaka’s ‘sleep out deck’ which comprises a upper sleeping platform and a lower platform with bathroom amenities, Drifting off to sleep with just a mosquito net between you and the wide African sky you are surrounded by the sounds and scents of the bush. In the morning you awake to the dawn chorus and spectacular sunrise views before returning to camp.

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CONSERVATION

Dinaka camp sends donations on behalf of each bed night to Rhino Contribution Botswana. These funds help with the ongoing protection of endangered black and white rhino within the country. Over the next few years, the charity aims to rebuild healthy populations living wild and free in the Okavango Delta until they are of international importance. By staying at Dinaka Camp, a percentage of your stay will contribute towards this ongoing, highly important conservation of one of the Earths oldest and most fascinating animals.

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COMMUNITY

Dinaka employs its members of staff from the local area and, as well as providing them with essential training, ensures their health and wellbeing is prioritised. The camp offers nutritional guidance and healthy food provisions to promote a healthy lifestyle and provides regualar medical check-ups for staff.

ENVIRONMENT

Dinaka Camp is built to blend in with the natural environment and with minimal carbon footprint. Construction materials used are eco-friendly, from sustainable sources and re-purposing of old materials where possible. Natural resources that are utilised for running the camp are managed sustainably i.e. water and energy usage is monitored and controlled. Dinaka is currently partly solar powered, with further developments planned to increase this.

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DAYS 7 TO 9

Saturday 8th - Monday 10th November

JOURNEY

Game drive transfer to airstrip

Scheduled light aircraft flight into The Okavango Delta

Game drive transfer to camp

ACCOMMODATION

Kanana Camp 4x Luxury Tents 3 nights

INCLUSIONS

All meals, soft drinks, local beers, wines and spirits, laundry service and shared game-viewing activities; day and night game drives, guided bush walks, mokoro canoe trips and seasonal boating and fishing. A night on the sleep-out deck is included for stays of three nights or longer.

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The Okavango Delta region is a unique part of the Africa, which has been formed by the Okavango River flowing inland rather than out to sea as the majority of rivers do.

The river then fans out into the delta before disappearing into the sands of the Kalahari Desert, thereby creating a lush wilderness which offers a marvellous year-round wildlife experience.

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The delta is home to over 70 different mammals, including elephant, buffalo, giraffe, zebra and a variety of plains game as well as the predators such as lion, leopard, cheetah and wild dog. The birdlife is also prolific with over 350 species recorded, including some fascinating migrant species.

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Kanana is one of the most remote safari camps in the Okavango, located in a beautiful part of the southern delta where intricate channels of sparkling waterways irrigate hundreds of square miles of grassland and forest. The camp comprises eight very spacious canvas rooms, each set on raised wooden decking. At the front of each tent the decking extends to a veranda where you can relax and enjoy views of the open plains and palm trees of this beautiful wetland region. Seven of the tents can be twin or double rooms as required with comfortable safari furniture and en suite shower, flush toilet and hand basin, while the eighth is a spacious family room, which can easily accommodate four people. The accommodation is stylish and elegant, whilst retaining an authentic, “Out of Africa” safari feel, with natural tones and rich wooden features blending seamlessly with the surrounding environment.

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There is a comfortable lounge, dining area and fire deck, perfect for swapping stories and enjoying a drink after the day’s adventures.

A secluded swimming pool provides guests with a private relaxation spot from which to enjoy some down time between activities.

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The team manage to blend exemplary service, with a relaxed, informal feel – a delicate balancing act that they always get just right. The food is delicious, yet unpretentious and the expert guides never cease to inspire, fascinate and delight with every new foray into the African bush.

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Kanana Camp is located on a vast private reserve which ensures that when you are out game viewing you will only encounter other people staying at the camp. It also means that you can enjoy the widest possible range of safari activities including game drives by open vehicle during the day and at night when a spotlight is used to see nocturnal creatures, and bush walks with an armed guide when you can learn the fundamentals of bush craft, tracking animals and reaching out and touching things and going to places where vehicles cannot reach.

In addition, subject to water levels, you can enjoy motorboat excursions and fishing and, usually all year round, lazy safaris by mokoro (dugout canoe) which are punted silently along the glittering reedlined channels of the delta.

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The fertile area surrounding Kanana attracts a wide variety of wildlife and in good numbers. You can expect to see excellent herds of elephant, both lone bulls and breeding herds passing through the reserve, as well as a wide variety of plains game including several species of antelope, zebra, giraffe and herds of buffalo.

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Large numbers of predators inhabit the area including lion, leopard, cheetah and hyena, while all around are some of the four hundred species of beautiful birds for which the Okavango is famous, including breeding colonies of herons. Smaller creatures such as the spotted neck otter, genet cats, monkeys and the dwarf mongoose provide fascinating side shows.

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On your 2nd and 3rd evenings here, half of the group at a time can spend a night sleeping under the stars. After dinner you will depart with your guide on the short drive to Dinaka’s ‘sleep out deck’ which comprises a upper sleeping platform and a lower platform with bathroom amenities, Drifting off to sleep with just a mosquito net between you and the wide African sky you are surrounded by the sounds and scents of the bush. In the morning you awake to the dawn chorus and spectacular sunrise views before returning to camp.

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CONSERVATION

Owners of the camp, Ker & Downey’s Salvinia Molesta project is a recent focus to protect the delicate ecosystem of the Okavango Delta. Salvinia Molesta is a non-native aquatic fern which, if left unchecked, is very damaging. K&D are establishing a weevil breeding project to help manage the ferns, the weevils will be used as an agent of biological pest control in the area.

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COMMUNITY

The culture of the camp encourages empowerment, equality and home-grown talent, with systems in place to ensure thriving mental, physical and social wellbeing as well as the opportunity to upskill and progress. There is a dedicated programme, “Mind, Body, Soul”, to ensure staff wellness.

ENVIRONMENT

Kanana Camp was recently awarded the highest grading from Ecotourism Botswana for their efforts in protecting the environment. The camp runs entirely on solar energy and they have a holistic approach towards waste management in general gearing towards zero waste management strategies where waste is regarded as a resource to be re-used, recycled.

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DAY 10

Tuesday 11th November

JOURNEY

Game drive transfer to airstrip

Scheduled light aircraft flight to Maun International Airport

Continue with onward travel arrangements

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PRICING INFORMATION

The price of this itinerary (subject to availability) on the basis that you book directly with us, departing in November 2025 and travelling as a party of 8 adults is: US$15,694 per person (sharing)

Please enquire for Single Supplement

Inclusions:

• Accommodation as detailed

• Meals and drinks as listed

• Warren Samuels Private Guide for 10 days

Exclusions:

• International flights

• Any items not detailed in the travel itinerary

Notes:

• Game viewing activities as listed

• Sleep out deck experience

• Pre-payable park/concession fees

• Tips

• Helicopter Safaris

Inclusions are subject to change at the discretion of the property.

All the photos contained in this itinerary are illustrative of the lodges, transport and sights you will see on your holiday. Please note however that we cannot guarantee that you will see all the animals and birds shown as these are wild creatures and not under our control. Equally where specific food or drink, or furniture/furnishings are shown, these may not be identical to those you will experience. Please note inclusions are subject to change at the discretion of the property.

If flights have been included within your booking then unless provisionally held for you, these are subject to change and any increases in fares at the time of booking will be passed on. Similarly, if booking a trip inclusive of flights more than 11 months in advance we will try to give as accurate an indicative cost as possible, but exact flight costs will need to be obtained once flight fares become available and as such, any variance will be reflected in your final balance.

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VISAS & PASSPORT INFORMATION

VISAS

COUNTRIES TO BE VISITED NATIONALITY VISA REQUIRED VISA COST (PER PERSON)

Botswana

American No n/a

Whilst we endeavour to keep up with the latest information regarding visas and entry requirements for each country, we recommend that clients contact the relevant Embassy or High Commission to obtain further information and up to date fees.

PASSPORTS

COUNTRIES TO BE VISITED REQUIRED VALIDITY

Botswana

6 months

NUMBER OF BLANK PAGES PER ENTRY

3

The passports required validity period is from the date of your departure from that country (note: regulations on this vary so please double-check with us if you have less than specified duration on your passport).

Please ensure you have sufficient blank visa pages (not endorsement pages) available in your passport for the countries to be visited.

VACCINATIONS INFORMATION

VACCINATIONS

COUNTRIES TO BE VISITED

MALARIA PROPHYLACTICS ADVISED?

YELLOW FEVER VACCINATION ADVISED?

YELLOW FEVER CERTIFICATE REQUIRED?

Botswana Yes No **Yes

** This country requires you to have a yellow fever vaccination (or exemption certificate) only if you have recently visited a place where yellow fever is endemic.

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