The 2024 Course Programme

Yoga and Safari in Botswana’s Okavango Delta
24 Feb - 02 Mar 2024

Join a luxury mobile safari in the incredible Okavango Delta, a UNESCO world heritage site. Bringing together the wilderness, nature and yoga this retreat creates a unique and deeply enriching experience of true disconnection, reflection and peace. Daily sunrise and sunset yoga (encompassing a mix of styles) will be interspersed with game drives taking you through some of Africa’s most breath-taking landscapes, exceptional wildlife viewing, and dinners under the stars. You’ll stay in unique, custom designed tents, furnished with ensuite bathrooms, hot showers and comfortable beds. We have a strong focus on the environment with locally sourced food, drinks and artisanal products, and solar powered electricity. Join us on an unforgettable journey where you’ll deepen your yoga practice in a truly inspiring setting.
Emely Huebsch

Emely Huebsch was born and raised in Botswana and lives in Maun, the gateway to the Okavango Delta. Emely first trained as a yoga teacher in 2016 and her passion for mindfulness and movement has taken her on a journey through various countries. Along the way she’s learnt the art of Vipassana Meditation and trained in a variety of movement styles including Ashtanga and Vinyasa Yoga. Emely runs her own studio in Maun where she strives to share all that she has learnt and continues to learn. Emely doesn’t think she’s a ‘traditional’ yogi and her style of teaching changes with the ebbs and flows of life and what inspires/resonates with her along the way. Emely’s classes tend to be all about movement, mindfulness and breath work with laughter and having fun being a big part of her teachings. On retreats Emely tweaks her classes according to the attendees, their goals, and wishes. She’s also a trained massage therapist, adding another dimension to retreats if desired. Emely firmly believes that there is no better place in the world to explore yoga and all it has to offer than in one of the last true wildernesses on the planet, the Okavango Delta.

$5,950 (£4,727 approx.) per person for 7 nights
Transfer options include light aircraft transfer or vehicle transfer, an estimate can be given to clients when they get in touch.
Non yoga partners welcome.

This cost includes:

  • Professional private guide and exclusive use of vehicle
  • Private camp
  • Twice daily yoga practice
  • Full board accommodation and all meals
  • All drinks including soft drinks, beer, house wine and spirits
  • All activities
  • Conservation and Park fees
  • Emergency medical evacuation cover (all guests must have their own travel and health insurance)
  • Daily laundry


This cost does not include:

  • Anything of a personal nature
  • Air transfers from Maun Airport to mobile camp
  • International flights
  • Trip cancellation and health insurance
  • Any options not described in the itinerary
  • Visa and passport fees
  • Gratuities
  • Massages (available on request)


Travel Information:
Clients need to fly to Maun international airport in Botswana. Connections via Johannesburg.
For more Information please email Rowan on