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Testimonials

Isaac was awesome. He was very considerate, thoughtful and kind. I was comfortable with him from the start. He took care of a lot for me behind the scenes and ...

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- T Noel, USA, May 2012

I just returned from an independent photographic journey to Kenya crafted by JDA and myself. First of all, my travel consultant,Patrick, attentively listened to...

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- R Ruhl, United States, August 2013

Thanks to Journeys Discovering Africa for making our Uganda visit so special. Everything was exceptional and exceeded our expectations. We look forward to a ret...

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- J&D Davis, USA, August 2012


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Letaka Mobile Camps

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Safari Highlights

Letaka Safaris mobile camps were made famous in Nat Geo Wild's "Safari Brothers" series, and feature fully-serviced and staffed camps with walk-in tents, real beds, private en-suite bathroom facilities and fine bush dining.

Safari BrothersThe Purists Delta

Each of the camp tents contain twin beds with sewn in floors. Each tent has its own enclosed bucket shower and bathroom facility behind it, with a sit down toilet and bush shower drawn to order.  The tents are set apart from the open sided dining tent where you can sit and eat your evening dinner, and afterwards sit a while around the blazing fire with a drink before settling down for the night. The camp is full serviced, with no participation required from guests. All you have to do is sit back and enjoy being in the hands of renowned Botswana experts.

Letaka Wild DogsA Wildlife Wonderland

Daily schedules are flexible, and depend on local conditions. There is always so much happening in the Delta, however, that your day is sure to have you babbling about the highlights around the evening campfire. You go out with your guides on game drives and boat cruises. (Some of these activities are seasonal.) No special training is required for the walking safaris and the emphasis is on interpretive exploration and discovery; you will feel as though you are some of the first explorers in Africa as you explore this vast wilderness.