This land locked country is situated in the south west portion of Africa. The most notable feature of Botswana is its landscape which is mostly flat, covered for the most part by the Kalahari Desert. Salt pans, marshes, rivers, desert sand and rocky outcrops form Botswana’s variable landscape which caters to a diverse collection of plant and animal species.

Our Highlights

  • View Botswana’s myriad wildlife including massive herds of elephant, buffalo and plenty of predators on expert guided game drives.
  • A gentle & peaceful ride on a mokoro (traditional canoes) along the tranquil waters of the Okavango Delta, where you are virtually eye level with the water.
  • Walk with wild & playful meerkats in the Kalahari Desert.
  • Interact and learn more about the ancient cultures and traditions of the San bushmen that still live in protected parts of the Kalahari.
  • Rise above it all on a Helicopter Safari expedition and journey further into the remote reaches of Botswana’s wilderness.
  • Cruise on a boat at sunset along the Chobe River and watch large herds of elephants cross from one bank to the other, with fish eagles calling in the distance.
  • Gallop on horseback across the flooded plains and shallow waters of the Okavango Delta amongst the wildlife.
  • Feel the warm wind in your hair as you ride across the vast Salt Pans of the Makgadikgadi on quad bikes.
  • “Nights under the Milky Way” – so many camps and lodges have special outdoor sleepouts with a canopy of bright stars as your ceiling.

Best Time To Travel

  • Dry winter months from late June to October before the rains start in November (Peak Season). Be sure to book early!
  • Secret Season is just after the rains from about March/April, great for photographic opportunities and baby herbivores preyed on by predators.