Our Wild Cat Conservation Trip is for those of you who love wild cats and want to help conserve them in Botswana.
The trip is largely divided into two parts.
First part, staying at the beautiful Mohave Bush Camp you will spend 5 days with Ben learning about wild cat conservation in Africa. You will be on foot, immersed in the African wilderness, in the heart of big cat territories.
Whether it be carrying out field observations of cheetah or lion, tracking animals on foot, visiting local villages to learn first hand about human/wildlife conflict or spending the evening searching for the elusive leopard or caracal, this trip has a little bit of everything.
A perfect introduction to life in one of Botswana’s most unique locations.
Following your 5 days at Mohave, you will head across the river to Mashatu for 3 nights/3 days of game viewing. Morning and afternoon game drives, taking in the amazing scenery and wildlife of the landscape. Mashatu is well known for its herds of elephants, lion and leopard sightings, as well as cheetah, spotted hyena and much more.
Guests can if they choose (at own expense) spend a morning at one of Mashatu’s famous photographic hides to capture stunning images of African wildlife drinking at the waterhole.