offers excellent big cat encounters and is the setting for the yearly wildebeest migration
Why go Safari To Botswana?
Botswana Safari Destinations
There's plenty of variation on a Botswana safari: huge wetlands and wide rivers are havens of biodiversity in the country's northern woodland environments while the surprisingly rewarding Kalahari is where to go in Botswana for game-covered grasslands and sun-baked salt pans. Each destination offers something different but combining these places of interest is simple to arrange - light aircraft charters serve each destination and you can even enjoy some bird's eye game viewing on the way.
The Dry season (May to October), when wildlife congregates around the remaining sources of water, is the best time to explore Botswana’s parks. A lack of rain and relatively low numbers ofRead More
Humidity won’t trouble you in Botswana, but there are big changes in temperature from day to night. Winter (May to October) is a very dry period that starts off cool and gets very hotRead More
Botswana isn’t the easiest or cheapest place to get to. There are few direct flights to Botswana outside southern Africa. Most tourists will have a stopover in South Africa. There areRead More
High risk in central and northern Botswana and low risk in the rest of the country. The highest risk of transition is in the rainy season, from November to June.Read More
Botswana has an abundance of big African animals such as the elephant, giraffe, hippo, buffalo and zebra. Wild cats aren’t as prevalent, but there are still plenty of lions to spot.Read More
Botswana is a very safe, politically stable country. If you are traveling on an organized trip and staying at lodges and camps, safety problems are very rare. The same as anywhere in theRead More
The Central Kalahari Game Reserve is Botswana’s biggest reserve and is situated in the middle of the Kalahari Desert. This is pure, untrammeledRead More
The Chobe is one of Africa’s magical rivers, and the best way to explore Chobe NP is by boat. In the late afternoon, big herds of elephant and buffaloRead More
The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park is a merger of the Kalahari Gemsbok National Park in South Africa and the Gemsbok National Park in Botswana. Most tourismRead More
Khutse is a popular weekend retreat for Gaborone residents. It is adjacent to the Central Kalahari GR, and it has the same arid habitat. There are no fences between the reserves, so the same variety of
There are two fully inclusive, upmarket lodges run by Kwando Safaris in Kwando Concession (also Kwando Game Reserve), which is a vast and wild area. Lagoon Camp is located near the Kwando River, and Lebala Camp is near the Linyanti Marshes. Emphasis is on
The four lodges in private Linyanti Concession (also Linyanti Game Reserve) are run by the well-established Wilderness Safaris, which means exclusivity, impeccable service and superb guiding. The reserve borders the western boundary of Chobe NP, and a big partRead More
Makgadikgadi is part of the Kalahari basin and has some of the largest saltpans in the world. The shimmering, cracked, salty crust doesn’t look as if it could support any form of life. After good rainsRead More
Mashatu is part of the Northern Tuli Game Reserve and is a very underrated destination for watching wildlife. This area is one of the largest private reserves in southern Africa. Mashatu only has threeRead More
Mokolodi is a small, private reserve on the outskirts of Gaborone. Day visitors can drive themselves in the reserve, or book a two-hour, open-vehicle day or night drive. There is accommodation in the reserve as well. Tourism is only one of Mokolodi’s operations; it also has a white rhino breeding program and a wildlife sanctuary that supports sick or injured wildlife. The new reptile park serves an important conservation and educational role. Activities include rhino and giraffe tracking and cheetah interaction.Read More
Moremi Game Reserve is located in the Okavango Delta. This is possibly the most productive area for wildlife viewing within the delta. Aside from the wetlands, it consists of a dry peninsula, which is excellent for classic game-drive safaris and offers more wildlife sightingsRead More
Northern Tuli Game Reserve spans over 720km² privately owned land in the Tuli Block area. It incorporates three private concessions: Mashatu GR, Tuli Safari Lodge and Nitani Private GR. This area isRead More
Part of the Makgadikgadi complex, Nxai Pan NP comprises several large pans. Nxai Pan is the easiest of the pans to drive to, and the wildlife viewing tends to be the best as well. Unlike theRead More
The Okavango Delta is one of Africa’s most famous destinations. There are several private reserves in the delta, as well as Moremi Game Reserve. It offers a true wilderness experience, excellent wildlife viewing and stunning scenery. Walking safaris and mokoro (dugout canoe)Read More
There are three, exclusive, upmarket lodges to choose from in the private Selinda Concession (also Selinda Game Reserve). In Zafara Camp, consisting of only four suites, the sky is the limit. The guiding is excellent, and activities include game drives, night drives, walks and boat safaris. Wildlife viewing is very good with most big safari animals present except rhino. The reserve is one of the best for wild dog sightings.Read More
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Superior guide Your guide will be pleasant and personable; they're an established safari guide with at least 3 years of bush experience. They will have conversational English, and will be able to correctly identify virtually all species of animals and most birds – and also have some knowledge of their behaviour. They'll have a good understanding of the local cultures, and often speak some of the local languages. They will generally admit what he doesn't know, and use references to try and find out the answers. Superior guides are used in all of the trip ideas mentioned here.