Eight Night Honeymoon Safari
Eight Night Honeymoon Safaris
Two nights Boteti, two nights Okavango Delta, two nights Savute, two nights Chobe National Park. Morning and afternoon game drives, night drives, mokoro excursions and motor boat safaris.
Your first day of an unforgettable Honeymoon... welcome to Maun! On arrival at Maun Airport, you will be welcomed by a representative from The Booking Company, who will assist you with your connection onto a light scheduled charter flight to take you to the beauty of Leroo La Tau where you will experience the edge of the Makgadikgadi for 2 glorious nights. Leroo La Tau is built on a 25m high cliff on the Boteti River, on the Western Boundary of Makgadikgadi National Park, Leroo La Tau is a wood, reed and thatch structure, with the main lodge overlooking a rolling lawn disappearing over high cliffs and into the Boteti River Bed. Due to the long dry spells the Boteti area get, after the rainy season this area explodes with life as wildlife congregate around precious water holes. Leroo La Tau accommodates 24 guests in luxurious en-suite chalets, on individual raised wooden platforms with superb views of the riverbed. The main lounge and dining room area’s with their inviting wooden and thatch finishing’s offer guests the opportunity to sit back and relax at the bar and affords striking vistas from large windows. The lodge’s professional guides take advantage of the early mornings, late afternoons and evenings to do game drives and walks within the vicinity. As there are no manmade boundaries separating the lodge from the National Park, game viewing is rewarding. Spot lit night drives offer a surreal perspective that is not easily emulated anywhere else. Nxai Pan National Park and the famed Baine’s Baobabs are situated in the northern reaches of the Makgadikgadi system. These areas make for exciting day trips from Leroo La Tau. The spectacular annual Zebra and Wildebeest migration occurs in this region. At this time, whilst exploring the lodge surrounds, guests will witness the interaction of an extraordinary number of animals – including Zebra, Wildebeest, antelope and elephant, along with the predators that follow them. The bird life is prolific in this area too.