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Mosu Safari Tours

#1 of 16 Outdoor Activities in Maun Features Animals
P. O. Box 22041 Maun | between Pulane and Tsaro Road, Maun, Botswana
+267 686 4065
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Pleasant trip with some disappointments

Traveled with Mosu safari tours for 10 days in Botswana and Zimbabwe. While would like to give this... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Cheryl R
via mobile
Amazing Botswana Okavango Delta

Mosu Safari picked us up early this morning in an open Land Rover. We had blankets to keep us warm... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Fourways, South Africa
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P. O. Box 22041 Maun | between Pulane and Tsaro Road, Maun, Botswana
+267 686 4065
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Traveled with Mosu safari tours for 10 days in Botswana and Zimbabwe. While would like to give this company the highest rating, several items somewhat diminished enthusiasm for them. In fairness to others seeking to book a trip with them, these are detailed below. Strengths....More

Thank Cheryl R
Oliver M, Manager at Mosu Safari Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 5 days ago

Hi Cheryl Thank you very much for the review and for pointing out some of the issues that were of disappointment to you. Firstly we are very sorry and we apologize for the miscommunication that was on our side. We talk with our guides and...More

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Mosu Safari picked us up early this morning in an open Land Rover. We had blankets to keep us warm on the 1 hour trip to the Mokuru station in Moremi Reserve through back-country Bots. We met our polers at the launch site and enjoyed...More

Thank Jacie271
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We just took a 14 days trip camping mobile safari with bushman village, the Okavango delta, Moremi xakanaka, Moremi Kwai, Savuti, Chobe and Victoria falls with Mosu safari. We were 6 of us with one guide, an assistant guide, a cook and an assistant. The...More

2  Thank AlainrlgMelbourne
Reviewed 11 April 2017

The equipment was all excellent, with a pleasant tent and our own shower/loo tent.The equipment was all excellent,

Thank 2898travel
Reviewed 9 April 2017

What a fantastic experience! MOSU Safari Tours organized our trip from the arrival in Zimbabwe until our flight back fom Maun (Botswana). The visit of the Victoria Falls, a boat trip on the Chobe river, a 6 night/7 day safari in Chobe and Moremi National...More

1  Thank SuTeCo
Reviewed 16 February 2017

I completed a 6 night, 7 day non-participatory camping safari with Mosu Safari Tours in January 2017. As it turned out, the family that was scheduled to be on the tour with me postponed their trip. I was pleasantly surprised to learn that the tour...More

2  Thank Sandy M
Reviewed 5 February 2017

Mosu safari was from our first contact very good - specifying the safari exactly how we wanted it. When we landed later than expected, the crew were waiting and ready to go - not spoiling anything of our trip. We had 2 nights in the...More

Thank boelodavid
Reviewed 17 January 2017

TL;DR at the bottom. We used Mosu Safari Tours for an 8 night/9 day safari the first two weeks in December. This was our first time visiting Africa and we were very nervous about everything working out well. Our safari was tailored to our schedule...More

3  Thank eldubya04
Reviewed 8 January 2017

We just came back from our 2 week safari and I wanted to share our experience with others and give some suggestions. We trekked the Perito Merino glacier last year and thought that can't be beat. This safari beat it by a mile! We did...More

3  Thank Ldl100
Reviewed 21 December 2016

Mosu Safari Tours gave us fantastic experience. I couldn't imagine going back to Botswana and doing a safari with any other service. Nhamo Mbaiwa Makabu Motshwarakgole and Lebotsang Phologolo are fabulous, fun people. I had a lot of awesome experience through the Tour. They are...More

1  Thank iwcdeep1
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What does it cost for one of the 14-16 day tours? Just looking for an approximate cost, very early in my planning.
18 June 2017|
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Response from Ldl100 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, The tour cost depends on the number of people travelling in your group and the choice of your accommodations. We were a family of four on a private safari and did the "smoke and thunder trip" for two weeks at an... More
What does it cost and what is itinerary?
11 March 2017|
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Response from Sandy M | Reviewed this property |
It cost US $1,995 - I also had to pay a single supplement of $250 because I was on my own. My safari was called the "6 day, 7 night Zebra tour" (I think). We went from Maun, up to Okavango for a day, then on through Moremi... More
Linda T
HI Oliver- So Nice to read so many wonderful reviews about you and your company! We are considering booking a tour with you for July and want to ask about how you pick the sites that you camp in. Are they pre-designated to your tour company only or first come first serve? How do your sites for camping compare in location to other tour companies that offer mobile camping in Moremi and Moremit Kwhai? Sorry for such a specific question...but the Delta appears to be such a big place and I would imagine there are some choice sites for camping and then venturing out for game viewing. Much appreciated! Linda
5 March 2016|
Response from Alan O | Reviewed this property |
Based om my experience, Mosu has years of experience and knows Botswana very well. I would talk with them and my impression is that custom itineraries are an option. Also, I highly recommend the British Brandt Guide to... More