Botswana Mobile Safaris and Game Lodges

Green Pepper Travel offers a mobile Safari and Lodge tour throughout Botswana. Join one of our luxury or participation safaris for the scenic travel route around Botswana or we can tailor-make a safari to suit your individual needs. From the young and adventurous to the young at heart, we can enable you to travel the less trodden paths of Botswana. We specialize in the Okavango Delta, Moremi, Chobe Lodge, Savuti and Kalahari safaris.

Peter is a South African who after studying commerce and law headed for the wilds of Botswana, where he has been a safari guide for the past 25 years.

Salome earned a teacher’s diploma from Port Elizabeth University, then became a translator, journalist and magazine editor. She met Peter on safari in 1984 and joined him in Botswana. From their property at the confluence of the Zambezi and the Chobe Rivers, you can hear the call of lions at night … and you’re invited to stay in their guest house.

Peter and Salome invite you to stay with them as friends, in their guest house, at a spot where the four countries of Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe meet. Experts on the region, they have written a travel book about Botswana and two books about African mammals. They are both are photographers and have had photographs of theirs appear in magazines, calendars, postcards, and books.

We offer these types of Mobile Safaris in Botswana.

These are suggested Mobile Safari suggestions and we can offer a safari to your needs and budget. On our safaris we offer a style of travel that is extremely comfortable, yet allows our guests the opportunity to get off the beaten track and away from the “main routes”. This is a relaxed alternative to a lodge safari and designed for those who prefer to sleep under canvas in comfort and get away from the crowds.

Our rates for this year are as follows:

Budget Botswana Safari: (Acacia level – similar to your trip with single vehicle and trailer with a guide and camp hand, mattresses and sleeping bag) � US$180 per person per day sharing. MORE INFO CLICK HERE…

Standard Botswana Safari: (Mopane level � back-up vehicle and staff. 3mx3m tent, camp beds, external showers, and toilets) -US$280 per person per day sharing. MORE INFO CLICK HERE…

Middle of the Range Botswana Safari: (Morula level � 3.6m x 3.6m interior of tent with en-suite facilities and fully backed-up) � US$ 380 per person per day. MORE INFO CLICK HERE…

Luxury Botswana Safari: (Ebony level � 6 x 4m meru tents, large mess tent, proper beds and all the whistles and bells) � US$480 per person per day. Maximum four pax. MORE INFO CLICK HERE…

A mobile Botswana safari offers a combination of privacy and flexibility that can be perfect for small groups and families, and individuals wanting the exclusive attention of their guide, who is usually an accomplished photographer as well experienced in the bush. The mobile safari can either be exclusively yours, or you can join a small band of like-minded adventurers on a set departure date. Mobile camps allow flexibility in terms of the areas chosen to visit, as well as the campsite selection itself. In conjunction with our guests� requirements, we will design an itinerary that follows their dreams, whether it is gliding silently through the Okavango in a mokoro, �hunting� with the Kalahari bushmen, walking in big game country or to simply enjoy a mobile Botswana Safari at its best!

We are Members Of HATAB “Traveler’s Guide to Botswana by Peter Comley and Salome Meyer. Struik, 1994. Reviewer David Steele (Getaway Nov. 1994) says that for the first-time visitor this beautifully illustrated work is practically essential reading. The book is laid out in four parts: An introduction to Botswana, Getting around Botswana, Exploring Botswana and a Visitor’s Digest. According to Steele the meat of this work is in the Exploring Botswana section which features the Okavango Delta, Chobe National Park, Makgadikgadi and Nxai Pan National Park, the Kalahari, and Eastern Botswana and the Tuli Block. The reviewer found the information to be accurate, “…which is not at all surprising since (authors) Comley and Meyer live in Botswana, guiding and conducting photographic safaris in all of this country’s major tourist areas.”