Okavango Mokoro Trips from Maun Botswana. Take a trip into the wilds of the Okavango Delta by Mokoro or Dugout, explore the lower delta and its islands, and drift through the water lily covered bays while watching as elephants swim and bath in the shallows. How: Contact The Okavango Kopano Mokoro Community Trust, you can do so by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling: 6864806 Fax: 6864809 or visit their Maun Office. Prices: The prices are in three groups 1. Entrance Fee (For entrance into the Ng32 Concession) each Entrance gate has a different fee. Boro Gate Bwp 81.60 pppd Xharaxao Gate Bwp 81.60 pppd Morutsa Gate Bwp 67.20 pppd Dishiping Station Bwp 67.20 pppd Daunara Gate Bwp 67.20 pppd 2. Poler Fees , Head poler Bwp 240.00 per day and poler Bwp 216.00 per day 3. Camping Fee,s Bwp 60.00 per person per Night. All Payments must be made at the Maun Office, found near the airport.
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