Botswana is known as the ideal destination for a relaxing and less-touristic safari. Holidays in Botswana are very popular for their luxury lodging, yet tent based accommodation is also very common here. In Botswana, the largest elephant population of Africa is roaming around easily to spot from a jeep safari. Another great way of spotting wildlife in Botswana is by cruising the Chobe River, while you have the change to spot hippos or crocodiles. Rest in the shadow of an amazing baobab tree, and a Botswana holiday will leave you with a ton of amazing memories.
Okavango Delta Safaris
The Okavango Delta is considered by many travelers as nature’s true work of art. No wonder the huge wetland is a World Heritage Site. It is so dazzling you won’t believe it’s real! With endless water channels, islands, and lagoons, you will discover an abundance of wildlife if you plan a safari in Okavango Delta. You should also know that Okavango safari tours are a paradise for those who want to see predators. Prepare to spot lions, cheetahs, hyenas, wild dogs, and even leopards. So, for a truly unforgettable getaway, dare to embark on the ultimate African safari adventure!
Chobe National Park Safaris
Witness an incredible migration in a Chobe safari
Considered to be an ‘older’ safari location, Chobe National Park has fixed paths for animals. This means that it won’t be hard to keep track of them or spot them in the area. One of the main highlights of a Chobe National Park safari is its animal migration. Not only that, but world class lodges are also available at your disposal. Search for the perfect Chobe safari packages and book them here today!
Moremi Game Reserve
It’s game on, on a Moremi Game Reserve safari
Moremi Game Reserve is one of the most popular safari destinations in Africa. And, it’s easy to understand why! The reserve is brimming with wildlife: from hippos and crocodiles, to lions, leopards, and rhinos. Safari camps are also very common in this reserve, which means you’ve got a wide range of choices available to you. Book a safari in Moremi Game Reserve and feast your eyes on some of the most amazing animals on Earth!
Makgadikgadi Salt Pans
The Makgadikgadi Pan in Botswana is essentially waterless and arid for much of the year, yet it remains one of the most beautiful, haunting and intriguing landscapes in Africa. Part of the Kalahari Basin, the milky white pan covers an area of 12 000 square kilometers one of the largest salt pans in the world. With shimmering horizons that bend to infinity, this place is the definition of isolation. During years of good rain, the two largest pans Sowa and Ntwetwe flood and attract wildlife such as zebra and wildebeest on the grassy plains. Thousands of flamingos colour the pale white at Sowa and Nata Sanctuary—a natural wonder that people come from all over to see
Central Kalahari Game Reserve
The Kalahari may be a desert, but what a desert it is. The seemingly never-ending plains dominate central Botswana and are part of the largest continuous sand basin on earth. Established as a sanctuary for the San bushmen in 1961, the reserve was, until very recently, closed to the public and even today only very few make it to this wild and untouched expanse of pristine land. But those who do embark on a Kalahari safari can look forward to remarkable sightings of the powerful black-maned lions of Deception Valley, interactions with fascinating San tribesmen and the most phenomenal stargazing on the planet.