Memorable and unbelievable Wildlife encounters.
Experience a mokoro safari's unique perspective.
It is a blessing to experience animals in their own habitat.
Okavanga Delta is the apex of a Botswana safari
With its varied experiences the Okavanga Delta is the apex of a Botswana safari. With nearly 40% of Botswana’s land dedicated to national parks and wildlife reserves, this land-locked country is a wildlife seeker’s nirvana — one of Africa’s best safari places year round.
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Just relaxing at our pool in Sabi Sabi lodge and there was a surprise waiting for the sleeper.
Hotels & Resorts in Botswana
Gaborone, the capital, is merely a gateway to Botswana’s exquisite safari lodges, especially in the Okavango Delta, and there are many to choose from, and we can arrange the best that meet your needs. Standouts include:
Did you know?
Botswana is home to the densest elephant population in the world.
Botswana is Africa’s oldest surviving democracy, with an uninterrupted tradition of democratic elections since 1966.
Over 70% of Botswana is semi-arid sandy savanna of the Kalahari Desert.
More About Travel to Botswana
Botswana’s San people are considered the world’s oldest inhabitants of the world, having lived here over 22,000 years. Since 1966, Botswana has been an independent country and Africa’s longest surviving democracy. Botswana is also the world’s largest diamond producer, and diamond revenues enables every child in Botswana to receive a free education up to the age of 13. In Botswana, most travelers fly into the capital, Gaborone, home to the Lion Park Resort amusement park and the Phakalane Golf Estate and hotel.
Botswana’s Makgadikgadi and Nxai Pan national parks are centre stage for the world’s second largest, yet little known zebra migration covering a round trip of about 300 miles. The Makgadikgadi Salt Pans are the largest in the world.
Take an educational and revealing walk with the bushmen and learn about their lifestyle and how they’ve learned to survive off the land, to extract water from tubers hidden deep underground, set traps to catch guinea fowl and read the footprints in the sand.
Paddle through the delta on a mokoro and experience Africa from a totally different perspective.
Black and white rhino reside at the Khama Rhino Sanctuary.
There are over 4,000 rock paintings in the rocky Tsodilo Hills, the highest concentration in the world.
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