South Africa: For the Culture

South Africa: For the Culture

300.00 1,900.00

June 8-17

Pack a camera and an eye for adventure and get ready for sweet memories to last a lifetime.

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June 8-17

$1900 total ($300 deposit+ $1600)

Flights can be arranged upon request

Pack a camera and an eye for adventure because these lush pockets of wilderness will reward travelers with exciting animal encounters, awesome photography opportunities and sweet memories to last a lifetime.

AS we trek and camp throughout Southern Africa we'll have breath-taking views and unforgettable cultural experiences. 

In true CP Travels fashion, you own your vacation. What you do each days is up to you, but you can always follow your curators and explore with our pre-planned itinerary. Here's how we'll spend our time in Southern Africa: 


  • A visit the Khama Rhino Sanctuary, the only place left in Botswana where both black and white rhinos reside
  • Camping on a remote island in the heart of the Okavango wilderness 
  • Get acquainted with the fine art of 'poling' as you ride a traditional dugout canoe through the lush waterways of the Okavango Delta
  • Explore the magnificent Makgadikgadi Salt Pans, some of the largest salt flats in the world. 
  • Go wildlife-spotting along the river at Chobe National Park, home of the world's highest concentration of African elephants

Need to Know

  • The African wildlife comes alive at sunrise, so there will be some early starts. The thrill of spotting your first lion or rhino is well worth any loss of sleep.
  • Purpose-built overland trucks allow for excellent game viewing, equipped with large sliding windows. This means they don't have air-conditioning, however, so they can get dusty and hot.
  • The going can be slow over the long distances and often bumpy roads. A little bit of patience will go a long way towards your enjoyment of this beautiful land.
  • This is a participatory camping trip, so team spirit is key. You'll be helping out with camp setup, food preparation and cleaning.      
  • Camping out in the Okavango wilderness means digging a bush toilet and going without a shower. For most travelers this is a small price to pay for such a gorgeous remote island location.