We believe that the atmosphere on safaris should be reminiscent of a bygone age when time moved slower and the wilderness was savored in a more leisurely manner.

Our safaris are like that. Pure wilderness. Once you head out of Maun there are no paved roads, shops or fuel stations. Nothing but the sights, sounds and smells of a place little changed by man until you return several days and a lifetime of experiences later. Botswana is home to the largest elephant population on Earth…They break down forests, dig up water holes and generally behave as if they own the place…imagine that! And they are all around us. When they browse a tree next to your tent, there is no air conditioner humming to drown out the noise, and no elevated wooden deck or plunge pool between you, just the canvas walls of your tent.

There is nowhere else on earth like the Okavango. It's the reason National Geographic and BBC come here to make their wildlife films, and we can share all this with you on a Capricorn Safari because we know the true meaning of safari.