- Visit the Okavango Delta, the largest inland delta in the world
- Watch elephants swim and play in Chobe National Park
- Discover the vast open spaces of the Kalahari Desert
- Take a bushwalk with the local San people
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Where the Kalahari Desert meets the Okavango River lies Botswana, a small landlocked country of alluring beauty. Explore the diverse cultures of the Tswana people and see wildlife in truly pristine settings.
- The Okavango Delta is one of Africa's most pristine wilderness regions of unparalleled beauty. The Kalahari Desert extends far beyond Botswana's borders, covering substantial parts of South Africa, Namibia and Angola.
- English is the official language of Botswana, and Setswana is the national language, with around 77% of people speaking it natively. Several other languages, such as Bantu languages, are also spoken in Botswana.
- Prime game viewing is from July to October when the seasonal pans dry up, and wildlife converges on to the permanent water sources. From October until the start of the rains in late November, the weather can be incredibly hot.
Offering travellers a diverse safari experience in unspoiled environments, Botswana is like nowhere else on earth. With a mix of deserts, wetlands, savannahs in addition to the largest inland delta in the world, Botswana's wildlife-rich game reserves are some of the most natural and wildest regions in Africa. From sumptuous lodges to remote tented camps, be prepared for some of the best wildlife spectacles of your life!
Our team are always on the lookout for the best experiences Botswana has to offer, and here are a few of our favourites:
- Okavango Delta
- Chobe National Park
- Moremi Game Reserve
- Tsodilo Hills
- Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park
- Kalahari Desert
The watery wilderness of the vast Okavango Delta supports large concentrations of a variety of animals and birdlife.
Chobe National Park is home to the largest concentration of African elephants in the world. Enjoy exploring the area by 4x4 vehicle, on foot and by mokoro.
Moremi Game Reserve is one of the most pristine and diverse ecosystems in Africa, making for spectacular wildlife viewing and bird watching opportunities.
See the magnificent rock paintings of Tsodilo Hills, with over 3,500 depictions of mammals and abstract patterns dating back to the first millennium AD.
The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park offers premium mammal viewing with excellent chances to see cheetah, leopard, brown and spotted hyena and the black-maned lion.
Occupying 70% of Botswana's territory, the Kalahari Desert is a semi-arid zone home to the San Bushpeople and their world-renowned rock paintings.