Okavango Delta Mokoro/Canoe Day Trip

Botswana Okavango Delta
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Day trip

Tour Type

Specific Tour

Group Size

20 people



A to and fro experience of the Okavango Delta to be guided by way of Mokoro/Traditional canoe  ride and  a guided safari walk in the islands.


  • Guided walking safari in the Okavango Delta Islands
  • Mokoro/traditional dug out canoe ride in the Okavango Delta

Day trip Pick up & Drop off Maun
Day trip Pick up & Drop off Maun

Guests will be picked up by Kala Safaris guide from the hotel or airport and transferred to the edge of the Okavango Delta called the village mokoro station on a 2 hours 4x4 off-road vehicle drive. Guests will be picked up as early as 06:00am to arrive in the Okavango Delta during the cool of the day.

Guests will transfer from land to water to be handed to local mokoro polers/guide who will do a safety briefing before riding off with the guests to explore the Okavango Delta water channels. Guests will explore and view aquatic game viewing and additional big game like elephants in and out of the water grazing.

Guests will be guided on a walk to explore the islands and the flora and fauna found in them. Followed by a rest and picnic lunch stop in the islands to refresh.

By noon guests will ride back to the mokoro station exploring the waters and habitat, before being transferred back to Maun on the 2 hours dirt road drive to arrive in the late afternoon.

  • Lunch pack
  • Mokoro poler/guide
  • Hotel/airport transfer
  • Professional English speaking safari guide
  • Mokoro/traditional canoe in Okavango Delta
  • Guided walking safari in the Okavango Delta Islands
  • Visa fees
  • Staff gratuity
  • Travel insurance
  • All optional safari activities that are at additional costs like helicopter ride over the Okavango Delta. scenic flights over the Okavango Delta, Baby elephant orphanage visits, boat ride in the Okavango Delta, camping in the Okavango Delta.


Tour's Location

Botswana Okavango Delta

What is the different between a mokoro and canoe?

Mokoro is used traditionally by the Okavango Delta people to travel in the water, do fishing etc. A normal canoe is controlled while seated down, while a mokoro ride is controlled while standing up using a long 3 meters stick.


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