This morning, after a safety briefing, we will undertake a 3-4 hour walk in the Okavango Delta led by our local head poler, with assistance from a second poler and the Sunway safari leader. The area in which we will walk has elephant, buffalo, lion and leopard and as such our walks will be slow, stopping to look at the finer details of the bush. Our local poler guides live in the delta and as such we will rely on their intimate knowledge of this area, and it’s wildlife to determine our route for the morning. We expect to see some general game such as giraffe, zebra and warthog on these walks and elephant on occasion. Finding a cat is a distinct possibility, but by no measure certain. After the walk we return to our campsite for a brunch, and some free time in camp to relax in the hot of the midday. Our poler guides will also show us where it would be safe to swim. In the late afternoon we again head out on a shorter 1-2 hour walk, perhaps with a mokoro ride to start. The following day is similar, as we explore the delta on foot. Overnights are wild participation camping – basic camping communal facilities including tent, camp bed, linen, ensuite chemical toilet, and shared bucket showers in separate tent.