Botswana

A diverse country of wildlife habitat

When you hear about Botswana, people often refer to the Okavango Delta, which is one of the world’s largest inland deltas.

The country is however largely dominated by the Kalahari Desert, covering up to 70% of its land surface. Botswana, the size of France, has just over 2 million people. Most of them live in the capital, Gaborone.

Botswana has diverse areas of wildlife habitat. Besides the above mentioned delta and desert areas, there are grasslands and savannas, where blue wildebeest, antelopes and other mammals and birds are found. Chobe National Park has the world’s largest concentration of African elephants. Both Chobe and the Moremi Game Reserve are the most popular tourist destinations.

We have visited several times this diverse country, and whether you wish to explore the delta by Mokoro (kind of a dug out canoe), on foot or see the Big 5 from the comfort of a Jeep, we are certain the experts to offer the perfect itinerary for you.

 

The Okavango Delta

This maze of waterways, islands and channels is beautiful to visit year-round. Over 400 species of birds and an abundance of wildlife, the Delta is a must visit!

Choose one of the many comfortable and luxurious lodges that are scattered around, some of them are even on a private island! See sunsets unlike you have ever seen while listening to the sounds of nature.