A Botswana Safari is the ultimate safari experience.
From a water wonderland to the sand dunes of the Kalahari, one can view century-old Baobabs, interact with San Bushmen to discover incredible survival secrets, and turn into a land post for a family of habituated meerkats that are scouting the area for predators.
You’ll be able to explore Africa in ways you never dreamed possible. Your safari should be tailored just for you – whether it’s an intimate group or an exclusive private tour – so that your trip is as unique as you are. And when all those memories fade away, we want them replaced by new ones from your next adventure! So come on over and see what Botswana has in store for you!
Botswana promises a safari unlike anything else you could have imagined. Botswana offers an array of Botswana safari tours. Choose from a variety like guided camping and luxury, all with their own exciting possibilities!
Maybe you should consider Botswana - it has amazing wildlife and some of the best safaris in Africa.
If you are looking for an African safari destination that is as far away from the typical tourist destinations, then Botswana might be what you're after. Just two hours by air and a world removed from Cape Town or Johannesburg, this wild country offers both adventure seekers with something to get their hearts pumping and more sophisticated travelers who want luxury accommodations in one of Africa's most pristine environments.
Botswana is home to Africa's Big Five - elephants, lions, leopards, buffalo and rhinoceros
Before embarking on your Botswana safari tour
, make sure you're prepared for the wildlife. Don't forget to read up about some of their behavior and how they behave when interacting with predators in particular! When animals suddenly freeze or go silent, it could signal that an animal is stalking them... so keep a keen eye out during your trip! Be prepared with our tips on how to observe wild animals without invading their personal space or stressing them out
A Safari that takes care of each customer by taking their unique needs into consideration, while still providing expert guidance to ensure that they get the most out of their trip is essential!
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What are you waiting for? The Okavango Delta awaits
Experience the best of the Okavango Delta. Experience what it feels like to live in harmony with nature on an intimate 4x4 game drive. Get closer than ever before, witnessing native wildlife as they go about their daily lives - without all those pesky fences and walls that keep us out! Immerse yourself into this natural wonderland by walking along its many riverside trails or Mokoro your way through majestic waterways; you'll be amazed at how close these animals can get when there's no fear for humans getting too near them. Nowhere else will you find such an abundance of birdlife (with over 400 species identified so far!) Nor feel more isolated amongst herds of buffalo, zebras & elephants.
A safari experience unlike any other, come see the best of Chobe and Victoria Falls in one trip
African elephants are an endangered species that need to be protected. Chobe National Park is a safe haven for the gentle giants and offers visitors of all interests plenty to do, including elephant watching safaris. If you're looking for something more exciting than sitting in your hotel room, why not book one of the best adventure tours? You'll see some incredible natural beauty as well as wildlife from around Africa--including lions! Or maybe just relax by Victoria Falls with its spectacular misty spray.
The best way to explore Moremi (My Favorite) is by mokoro or boat for an unforgettable experience
Moremi Game Reserve
is the most remote in the Okavango Delta, and it offers some of the best game viewing around. With one of Africa's largest populations for wild dog, not to mention lion, buffalo hyena and other wildlife creatures- this park will provide you with a once-in-a life time experience!
The best time to visit is during the off season, when animals are healthier and more active
Botswana's climate is the same as throughout semi-tropical Africa. In Botswana, there are only two seasons - a rainy season and dry season. The Best Time to Visit Botswana is coupled with animal movements that tie in with the seasons. Keep them in mind when you're planning your trip!
The Climate of Botswana is the same as throughout semitropical Africa: There’s just one thing that changes from other countries - it doesn't rain much here! This means visitors can enjoy their time on safari without being affected too heavily by rainy conditions.
My best viewings have been from March to June. Less travelers, the water is clearer and the islands smaller making game viewing a little easier. Peak season tends to be from July to end of October. In November it starts to get hot and humid! The reason why it is peak season from July onwards is because travelers tie in a visit with other southern Africa counties where the game viewing is best in winter as the temperatures start to rise.
National Parks and Game reserves of Botswana
The Moremi Game Reserve, Botswana
Moremi Game Reserve is the first protected reserve of Africa's Okavango Delta and was named after Chief Moremi III and his wife. Now, it’s one of the world's most popular destinations for travelers who want to see elephants in their natural habitats as well as nearly every other animal you can imagine!
The Moremi region of the Okavango Delta is a home to many different animals, coming close together during the dry months. Located in northwest part of the delta and about 40% coverage with yearly flooding cycle combined with lack for drainage nearby bodies make this land unique among others like it on Earth!
The Okavango Delta, Botswana
The Okavango Delta is one of Africa’s most famous destinations for good reason. The region offers the opportunity to see some of the best wildlife viewing opportunities available on earth, with Moremi Game Reserve being located in this area and private reserves offering an exclusive safari experience that includes walking safaris and mokoro trips; if you want a true wilderness experience then the Okavango Delta will surprise you with its splendor.
The Okavango Delta is an amazing safari destination, if you're looking for that one place to see the Big Five, this is it! Your perfect. One of a kind experience awaits!
The Chobe National Park, Botswana
The Chobe is a magical river and it's best explored by boat. At sunset, large herds of elephants drink at the edge of the river while hippos and crocodiles swim in its waters below them. You can also see many other animals on guided game drives. There is so much to see here! You may not seen birds like this before! If you are a bird lover then Chobe National Park is the right place to get lost for days! Predator sightings depend on what your tour operator offers but there will be some around if you go explore with an experienced guide or tour operator. I recommend looking out for exclusive safaris operators for the best experiences.
The Central Kalahari Game Reserve, Botswana
The Central Kalahari Game Reserve in Botswana is one of the most iconic destinations on this continent. With an exotic safari adventure, you will experience some of Africa's wildest animals and sights that are unattainable anywhere else! This arid environment may not offer much greenery but it does provide sightings that can only be found at this destination.
The Makgadikgadi Pans National Park, Botswana
The Makgadikgadi Pans National Park is a new adventure for travelers. This African destination offers the chance to explore and discover an untouched land, with saltpans that stretch as far as the eye can see. These pans are known for changing colors in different light, shimmering gold after good rains or reflecting deep blue when it’s cloudy. As you make your way through this desolate landscape, be sure to take note of how surreal-looking these serene landscapes truly are - they'll soon become one of those places so deeply ingrained into our minds we dream about them at night!
The Makgadikagdi Pans national park is a great place if you want some solitude, I met some people here that travel here specifically to meditate.