Botswana offers some of the finest safari experiences on the African continent. An enchanting landscape of unspoiled beauty open plains and pans, blazing desert and lush waterways.
Marvel at the expanse, seclusion and proliferation of birdlife and game in the Okavango Delta.
Chobe and Linyanti reserves are famous for their predators and large concentrations of game. In particular, Chobe National Park is home to the World’s largest herds of African Elephants.
The Kalahari is home to the Bushmen, salt pans, as well as an array of desert-adapted animals including Meerkats and Brown Hyena.
There are an array of fascinating activities on offer, expanding considerably on the conventional safari experience. The white lunar expanse of the Salt Pans spring to life by the annual rains, supporting the last surviving migration of Zebra and Wildebeest with nourishing grasses, becoming one the prime game-viewing areas in Botswana. The Central Kalahari Game Reserve is both the largest game reserve and the largest sand basin in the world.
Botswana is renowned for its stylish and exclusive eco-lodges and camps, providing comfort and service in the heart of the true wilderness. These intimate camps can accommodate between 8 to 20 guests, making a Botswana safari an authentic wilderness experience.
This truly unforgettable experience makes Botswana one of the most expensive countries not only in Africa but rival’s resorts in the Maldives and the South Pacific. Botswana camps and lodges start with all meals, two daily safari activities (these can be morning and night safari drives), boat cruises, walking or cycling safaris. Many are all-inclusive, including local branded alcoholic beverages. To give you an idea of starting prices for a Botswana holiday, please check out our “Glamping Botswana Tour” in the Itinerary idea section above.