Orient-Express Safaris operates three luxury camps in Northern Botswana: Eagle Island Camp in the Okavango Delta, Savute Elephant Camp in the Chobe Desert, and Khwai River Lodge adjacent to the Moremi Game Reserve.
Now, in addition to offering traditional safari experiences, Orient-Express is also offering the chance to be guided by animal communicator Anna Breytenbach, who will unlock the secrets to tracking animals in the wild. You’ll soon be scouting like a local as you figure out how to tell which animal left the tracks, what direction it’s moving in, and when it was last in the area. Anna will also teach the art of animal communication so you’ll be in tune with animals you encounter in the wild and in your everyday life at home.
Vacations with Orient-Express Safaris may also include a boat trip through the Okavango in the heart of the Delta to visit a traditional Noxa village, or a Khwai River village. Travelers also meet with environmentalist Onx Manga, who explains what the lives of the Bushmen were like thousands of years ago while visiting ancient and rare Bushmen paintings and the forest of African Baobabs (giant “upside down” trees, which are thousands of years old).
These unusual experiences are just a hint of what awaits you in Botswana.
For more information, visit Orient-Express Safaris or call +27 21 483‑1600.