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Botswana is one of Africa's top destinations for wildlife and safari experiences. With places to visit such as the Okavango Delta, Moremi Game Reserve, Makgadikgadi salt pans, and the incredible Chobe National Park. Botswana is a destination that will leave you with amazing memories.
Why choose Botswana as a travel destination?
The ideal destination for anyone seeking pristine, untouched, and unfenced surroundings.
Unmatched wildlife and safari experiences. Botswana measures 581 730 km², and 40% of the land is wildlife-protected areas, leading to the world's largest congregation of Elephants. Other endangered species have made this their homes, such as the cheetah, lion, African wild dog, and black rhinoceros.
A large variety of activities such as sunset boat cruises on the Chobe River, makoro boat trips, adventure safaris, quad biking on the Makgadikgadi salt pans.
Botswana puts you into the heart of nature, with no other place in Africa boasting such an unforgettable wildlife experience.
When is the best time to visit Botswana?
The Okavango Delta has two seasons - the dry season (November to the end of March)
and the rainy wet season (May to the end of August).
Each season has a different impact on the wildlife, so make sure you do research into the season that best suits your style of holiday. The dry season is generally favoured, allowing for beautiful sunny warm days to be enjoyed throughout your trip.
Big 5 Area
Quad biking on
Amazing sunset boat
cruises along the Chobe River.
The most well-known area in Botswana, The Okavango Delta is a biodiverse pulsing wetland that offers a unique experience. From mokoro boat trips to guided bush walks, you are sure to have a memorable trip. The best time of the year to visit the Okavango Delta is between July and October, which is when the water levels are the highest.
KGALAGADI TRANSFONTIER park
Distinguished by dry rivers and red dunes, the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park is situated in the Kalahari Desert, located between Botswana and South Africa. The landscape allows for unbelievable opportunities for photography and wildlife viewing.
CHOBE NATIONAL PARK
The third largest national park in Botswana, Chobe National Park has a high concentration of elephant and buffalo while it also boasts the greatest biodiversity in Botswana. There is a plethora of amazing activities to be enjoyed such as: Birdwatching, private river cruises, photography, game drives and many more.