Botswana. – Beyond my African dreams, I joined Airlink Airlines to experience the rich offerings of Botswana Okavango Delta, flying their Cape Town to Maun service before taking a light aircraft transfer from there into the Moremi National Park.

Spending a night at Desert and Delta Camp Xakanaxa with game drives in the Moremi National Park we then air transferred to Desert and Delta Camp Okavango for two nights, taking to the waters on their flat bottomed boats and by Mokoro in search of game. Enjoying a walking safari on Buffalo island, all under the guidance and brilliance of the Desert and Delta team. This truly is the jewel of Africa.

Edited by Eden Weiss. 
Read more about my travel experiences with Fly Airlink here.

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The Incidental Tourist is a Personal Travel Blog of a conscious traveller with a deep love for Africa, its people and the environment.

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