Traditional dug-out canoe or Mokoro trip have been the years become a very popula way for travellers to experience the tranquility of Okavango Delta. It is not surprising that regardless of the their budget, visitors wanting a real insight in to the lives of the people of Okavango Delta.
Community trust who control the use of a large area of the delta and who set guide and community fees for activities. This community use this part of the delta for fishing, reeds cutting and the harvesting of water lily bulbs. The Mokoro is an integral part of these activities. Motorboat transfer during the high water or 4x4 during times of low water of one hour to an from and the trip leaving by 8 am and getting you back around 4 or 5 pm
Morning after breakfast you leave Maun to mokoro station which is about 45 min drive, upon arrival you go on a mokoro with you polar guide who will lead you to a certain island to do a game walk, then have your lunch immediately after lunch you continue with your Mokoro excursion to venture through reeds to explore more about Okavango Delta.late in the afternoon you return back to Mokoro station then return to Maun where our day mokoro will end.