From the grasslands of the Kalahari, to the salt-pans of the Makgadikgadi, the game-rich Okavango Delta and Chobe National Park, Botswana should be on every safari lovers bucket list. Almost 40% of Botswana’s wilderness is protected for its wildlife, an accomplishment that no other African country has achieved. The Botswana government’s policy of low-volume, high-quality tourism guarantees discerning travellers a truly unique and authentic African wilderness experience. It may come with a slightly higher price tag than a safari holiday elsewhere in Africa, but for those looking to escape the crowds, to savour the true essence of all the Africa has to offer, with some of the world’s finest game viewing opportunities, Botswana ticks every box.

A day on safari in Botswana

31st January 2019
by Nick Prentice

From being woken by birdsong to ending round the campfire and spotting a feast of wildlife inbetween, Africa travel specialist Nick Prentice recalls how a day on safari in Botswana is a thrill from start to finish… 5.30am With an alarm call of birds singing in the trees and the odd bellowing hippo, it’s time […]

Young Explorers on Safari in Botswana

5th August 2014
by Brian Barton

For a long time, it was thought that children didn’t belong on safari, that they would be too young to appreciate what was around them and not grateful for such an opportunity – how backwards that seems now! Thanks to open minded programmes like ‘Young Explorer’s’ and guides like Paul Moleseng, family safari holidays have evolved. The […]

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