Boat Cruise Delta

Catch & Release In Serene Aquatic Surroundings

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Fishing Safari

Catch and release in serene aquatic surroundings on an Okavango Delta fishing safari. The Okavango is renowned as one of Africa’s top fishing destinations.

Try your hand at catching a diverse variety of fish in the still waters of the Okavango Delta. Catch-and-release fishing excursions take place in the Panhandle region, where the Okavango River feeds into the labyrinth of channels and lagoons that make up the heart of the Delta. Notable fish species include the African pike and the sleek catfish. If you are after the impressive Tiger fish, embrace your adrenalin-fuelled inner angler, and set your rod up, cast into the trembling waters and watch for the lightning quick olive-coloured back and silvery underbelly of your catch. For those seeking a languid adventure, tilapia, bass and bream offer relaxing fishing opportunities.

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3 hours
Min pax: 1

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• Rates quoted are per person.
• Please treat all pricing as a guide only.
• All rates are subject to availability and may change without notice.
• Request a quote or speak to one of our Conscious Traveller safari experts for the best, most current rates available.

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Professional guide

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Making A Difference

Fishing Safari
Supporting A Greener Africa Through Sustainable Tourism

The San Bushmen are the original inhabitants of the wilderness areas of Botswana and they share an almost spiritual relationship with the earth. One of the many attractions of a safari in the Okavango Delta is the opportunity to spend time on foot with these fascinating individuals.

The San share their intimate knowledge with guests, showing how to survive in the harsh environment of the Kalahari Desert by indicating which plants are safe to eat and which contain water. This walking safari is unique in Africa and many people travel to the Kalahari regions of Botswana just to participate in this experience.

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