The best thing to do is watch for animals. You’ll most likely be able to see zebra, buffalo, wildebeest, elephants, lions, crocodiles, hippos, and flamingos.
Visitors can also take game drives, boat safaris, and walking safaris to see the animals.
There are plenty of ways to explore the delta. Try a hot air balloon ride for some of the best views, or a private tour on a dugout canoe.
The flood season turns the delta into a paradise for bird watchers. There are more than 400 species that dwell in the nearby mangosteen trees and ebony groves.
What To Pack
When visiting the Okavango Delta floods, make sure to pack:
- A camera
- Warm clothes
- Walking boots
- A hat
- A headlamp
- Anti-malarial pills
Visiting Botswana in the summer will be the best time to witness the Okavango Delta Floods. Since it can’t be viewed year-round, you’ll have the chance to see something truly unique. Get in touch today and start planning your trip to witness this incredible natural phenomenon.