Magnificent Wildlife & Spectacular Scenery
WORLD CLASS WILDLIFE
Magnificent herds of elephant and buffalo inhabit the Chobe National Park while migratory animals and ever-present predators flock to the Savuti Channel. Bird watchers will scarcely have time to put down their binoculars in this richly represented area.
The unique transport here is mokoro (dugout canoe), which allows visitors to glide seamlessly through the eco-system, getting right up close to all the action.
Expert guides also track animals by open vehicle and riverboat so you can enjoy the wildlife from every angle.
Experience the stunning beauty, the unimaginable vastness, and the prolific wildlife of this fabulous safari destination – you are guaranteed a wonderfully unique Botswana safari adventure.
BOTSWANA SAFARI HIGHLIGHTS
The wild and pristine locations of Botswana's camps and lodges make for an exhilarating safari, perfect for nature lovers. Our guests often say that Botswana's wilderness offers a profound sense of freedom that deepens with repeated visits. Explore the spectacular beauty, the unimaginable vastness, and the prolific wildlife of this wonderful safari destination - you're assured of an unforgettable Botswana safari adventure.
The highest concentration of elephants can be found in the Chobe National Park.
Visiting Savuti is ideal for seeing lions and large predators.
Enjoy big game viewing, tranquility, and peace in the Okavango Delta.
Moremi Game Reserve offers spectacular Big 5 game viewing, and bird watching.
The iconic moonscape saltpans of the Makgadikgadi region will enthrall you.
Authentic Botswana Adventure
Experience the finest of Botswana with this unique six-night safari. As you travel through Moremi Game Reserve, you will witness the incredible diversity of wildlife. A short light aircraft takes you to the heart of the Okavango Delta where you will enjoy daily bush walks, mokoro excursions, and boating safaris as you learn more about the intricacies of the Okavango Delta. Your final stop is two nights in the Savute region of the Chobe National Park. Savute is one of Botswana’s prime game viewing destinations and home to the infamous marsh and northern lion prides.
Magic of 3 Countries
If you're seeking a safari with a rich African culture and wildlife, we have a package that combines the best of Zimbabwe, Botswana, and Zambia.
The magic of three iconic safari destinations known for contrasting landscapes, a wealth of wildlife, and a strong history of wildlife conservation. Botswana is a safari lover's dream and attracts the most discerning travellers. Zimbabwe is back on the safari map offering excellent game drives and walking safaris, and Zambia offers the natural wonder of Victoria Falls. With this journey of discovery, you have the perfect safari experience.
Ultimate Botswana Luxury
Need to decompress away from the crowds? This incredible 8 night safari combines the best of both worlds, the Okavango Delta at little Tubu and the picturesque Linyanti Region, staying at Little Duma Tau Camp. Little Tubu is situated on the magnificent Hunda Island in the Jao Reserve; one of the most stunning and wildlife-rich regions of the Okavango Delta. Continue your journey northwards to the plains of the Linyanti. Situated between two elephant corridors in the Linyanti Wildlife Reserve, with unique access to the Linyanti River Floodplain and the Savuti channel – Little Duma Tau is perfectly placed for prime wildlife viewing.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Is Botswana a good first time Safari Destination?
Botswana offers a range of excellent safari options for a first time safari, from open vehicle safaris and game drives to traditional mekoro (a type of dugout canoe) activity. The Wildlife is plentiful in the Okavango Delta as well as the drier Linyanti and Savute Regions
When is the best time to visit Botswana?
That depends on what experience you are after on Safari! June to August is high water season, which offers excellent boating and mekoro (canoe safaris). Between September and October, the climate is warmer and drier, resulting in large animal numbers congregating around water sources. The rainy Season between November and April, turns the Okavango Delta into a top birding destination
Why is Botswana an expensive safari destination?
Botswana takes a strong stance on low-impact and sustainable safaris - thereby protecting their natural resources. There are strict quota systems in place, which means that it is a case of supply and demand - there are fewer lodges operating in pristine wilderness areas, so they fill up quickly and need to charge a higher fee to remain sustainable.
That said and done, if you are willing to travel in low season there are some amazing deals on offer and your safari expert can match your experience to your budget!
How do I book a Botswana Safari?
Book through a reputable safari operator, that has knowledge of the area, and understands your traveling style and what you want from your safari experience. We offer a complimentary 1-hour safari consultation to tailor make your perfect Botswana safari, that not only adheres to your budget but gives you the best value for your budget