Vegan World Tour

We will be visiting Botswana in 2021 as part of our vegan world tour. We are spending 3 months in South Africa and will be based in Cape Town from July. We will incorporate a trip to Botswana at this time. It will be a guaranteed departure, as we are going ourselves to meet our local teams. For other trips, we will plan depending upon demand and can always organise personal small group trips.

Below are 2 tours that we have run in the past. They are totally flexible and can be customised as required. They can also be run back to back with one of our tours in South Africa

In 2022 we have a guaranteed departure for Ghana where we will be based ourselves for several months.


Best of Botswana

4th August 2021

25th August 2021

Our Safaris

We offer a range of Safaris from classic style tented safaris, mainly in Botswana in the Okavango Delta Moremi, Savuti, Chobe and Kalahari national parks. We use 4x4 open safari cars, motor boats and also offer Mokoro trails (traditional dug out canoes) and Kayak adventure trails in the Okavango. We also have a range of hand picked safari lodges for exquisite luxury wilderness retreats. They are not exclusively vegan lodges but have been selected for their ability to prepare amazing vegan food and for their conscious practices towards the environment.

Please note we tailor all our safaris according to the group size and time of year. For the mobile safaris the prices do not vary from peak season to off season as the lodges do but it is best with a minimum of 4 people to keep the cost down.

Another Option

You can also travel with Colleen Patrick Goudreau. Her next trip runs for 10 days from Dec 28, 2020 - Jan 6, 2021 at a cost of 9,750$ though that trip is fully booked. For more details you can see CPG Tours


8 nights / 9 days

9 day Maun to Kasane safari

1 night Maun

1 night Okavango

2 nights Moremi

2 nights Khwai

2 nights Savuti

Leroo La Tau

Makgadikgadi Pans National Park

Leroo La Tau is situated on the western bank of the Boteti River, northwest of Khumaga Village and about 140 kilometres southeast of Maun. The eastern bank of the Boteti forms the boundary of the Makgadikgadi Pans National Park, which stretches away from the riverbank towards its interior of scrubland and mineral-rich grasslands.