Botswana is fast becoming one of the most sought after destinations in Africa, and it’s not hard to see why. The landlocked Southern African country boasts vast unspoilt tracts of nature reserves, pristine landscapes and unforgettable wildlife experiences. With world-renowned wilderness safari destinations including Mombo Camp, the Okavango Delta, the Chobe National Park and the Makgadigadi Salt Pans, you’ll really be spoilt for choice.

The Okavango Delta is one of the largest inland deltas in the world, and floods annually from water flowing all the way from Angola creating an environment rich in plant, animal and bird life. Take a traditional mokoro trip in a dugout canoe along the waterways and channels of the Okavango Delta wetland – and get right up close to the animals and incredible birdlife. The Chobe National Park is famous for its huge herds of elephants and there is nothing nicer than being in a boat on the Chobe River and watching elephants come down to bathe and drink and if you are lucky, swim across the river in front of you. The game rich and diverse eco-systems of the Savuti and the Linyanti concessions attract serious safari goers. To the south, enjoy the vast expanses of the Makgadigadi Salt Pans – the stage for a green season’s zebra and wildebeest migration. The Kalahari Desert – sparsely inhabited by humans – remains one of the richest wildlife regions in Africa.

Botswana prides itself on creating amazing safari experiences that are both sustainable and low impact, which means you’ll get to experience the abundance of wildlife just as nature intended. We can pretty much guarantee that you’ll see big game like lion, buffalo, elephant and crocodiles. The lodges are small, intimate and luxurious and are perfectly positioned to maximize the safari experience. Most camps have airstrips nearby, so access is primarily via light aircraft. Once at your camp, some of the most experienced game rangers and trackers in the world will ensure that your Botswana safari exceeds all expectations with their knowledge, insight and unsurpassed game tracking abilities.

It is easy to combine a safari in Botswana with time in Cape Town, the Kruger National Park and a few days at Victoria Falls.

Whether on honeymoon, family safari or a multi-generational experience, Botswana offers something for everyone. With it’s untouched diversity, richness in wildlife and warm, welcoming hospitality; a Botswana safari promises to be an unforgettable one. Contact Us to make it happen!


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Banoka Bush Camp

Okavango Delta

Arguably the most well known of Botswana’s attractions, the Okavango Delta is without doubt one of the most beautiful places on earth. Home to all of the Big Five as well as white and black rhinoceros, brown and spotted hyena, a thriving hippo and crocodile population and over 400 species of bird, the Okavango Delta is a wildlife lovers haven. Take a cruise down the Delta in a traditional wooden canoe known as a makoro and experience an encounter with the abundant wildlife the likes of which you never have before. With a range of accommodation to suit all budgets, the Okavango Delta is a must-see on any trip to Botswana.

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DumaTau Camp

Linyanti and Savuti

Situated between the Chobe National Park and the Okavango Delta, the Linyanti Wildlife Reserve is extremely ecologically diverse. Home to all of the Big Five, the Linyanti Wildlife Reserve is also the preferred habitat for the fascinating aquatic sitatunga antelope that submerges underwater when threatened. Camp numbers are small, and lodges are intimate so guests are able to enjoy exclusivity and privacy in luxurious surroundings. After a day of amazing sightings – either by vehicle, boat or on foot – enjoy a delicious meal in the outdoor boma under the blanket of the African sky.

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Kalahari Plains Camp

The Kalahari

Extending to both Namibia and South Africa, the Kalahari Desert covers an incredible 80% of Botswana’s land area and is a vast expanse of untouched, unspoiled beauty. Home to the indigenous San people, the Central Kalahari Game Reserve is of vital importance to Botswana’s national identity. Vast plains and saltpans characterize this region, where the unique black-maned lions hunt the iconic gemsbok and red hartebeest. For tranquility, the Kalahari is unrivalled and guests leave feeling refreshed and rejuvenated after sleeping beneath star-filled skies completely isolated from the hustles and bustles of everyday life.

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San Camp

The Makgadigadi Pans

A remnant of the ancient and great Central Botswana Lake, the Makgadigadi Salt Pans are one of the largest of their kind in the world. With the dry, cracked clay seemingly devoid of life for most of the year, the rainy season transforms the Makgadigadi Pans into a vast area of lush grass that attracts all manner of bird and animal life. Witness the annual zebra migration firsthand where game viewing is plentiful as the migrating herbivores attract their fair share of predators. The isolation of the pans provides the perfect place for quiet reflection, and the sunsets are undoubtedly amongst the very finest you’ll see.

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Zambezi Queen

Chobe National Park

Chobe National Park, in the northeast of Botswana, is the country’s second largest national park and is blessed with one of the highest concentrations of wildlife in Africa. With an elephant population numbering close to 30 000, nowhere else in Africa has more of the iconic animal and you are all but guaranteed some amazing elephant sightings. Chobe is also the scene of the annual zebra migration – a truly moving spectacle to witness – which brings the whole park to life. Nearby to both the Okavango Delta and Victoria Falls, a visit to Chobe National Park works well when combined with the two and is sure to provide a truly memorable safari experience.

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