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Experience The Okavango Delta

With Kayak X Trails

Kayaking Trails is about exploring an unspoiled wilderness making it a truly inspirational experience
for the intrepid traveler chasing experiences for the ultimate adventure in the Okavango Delta.
Our adventures are designed to offer an authentic experience into the natural world by natural means
with experienced and trusted local guide that is prepared to go beyond the boundaries to ensure exclusivity.
Our adventures are designed for small groups to ensure personal attention and comfort.

“We are Kayak X Trails”

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Kayaking Trails is unique in providing the perfect way to explore the Okavango Delta and its shifting papyrus waterways cut by hippo and elephants. It offers an exciting challenge, whilst the tranquil lagoons provide Kayakers the opportunity to become part of a memorable experience.

Two Day Trips

$ 860.00

Enjoy a scenic kayak adventure through open lagoons and natural animal trails on this
2 day, 1 night adventure.

Four Day Trips

$ 1680.00

Enjoy a scenic kayak adventure through open lagoons and natural animal trails on this
4 day, 2 night adventure.

Five Day Trips

$ 2500.00

Enjoy a scenic kayak adventure through open lagoons and natural animal trails on this
5 day, 3 night adventure.

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Our Core Values

Game spotting, bird viewing, swimming, and photography are major highlights on all of our safaris, with the focus falling on exploring and adventure more than hard paddling. Mokoros are utilized by Kayaking Trails as their local means of transporting camping gear to the islands, thus ensuring our green footprint. The Mokoro polers will be joining the group on our expedition. This offers a chance of being exposed to the deltas local culture, allowing another perspective on life’s journey.

Don’t Wait For Life To Pass You By

Let our experienced team of river guides open your hearts to the natural surroundings of the Okavango Delta.

Only takes a few seconds!