Botswana is blessed with some of Africa’s most beautiful reserves and an array of exceptional wildlife. This vast and untamed land offers a varied safari holiday across the broad and flat expanse of savannah, desert, salt pan and wetland. A Botswana safari means a wilderness adventure to one of the most pristine wildlife destinations in Africa.

An ultimate Botswana safari is simply perfect for any honeymooners or adventure and wildlife enthusiasts.

The Okavango Delta is a magical oasis – water in the desert is a truly spectacular sight. The wide, grassy floodplains are host to a magnificent range of wild animals, including the specially adapted sitatunga and red lechwe antelopes.

Chobe National Park in Botswana is famed for having Africa’s largest single concentration of elephant, while Moremi Game Reserve is renowned for its brilliant birdlife. Also, not-to-be-missed is an exploration of the stark and dramatic landscapes of the Kalahari Desert and the iconic Makgadikgadi Salt Pans.





Summer (October-April)

Min 20°C/69°F Max 30°C/86°F


Winter (May-September)
Min 6°C/42°F Max 25°C/78°F

Why Visit?

- Explore the Okavango Delta by mokoro or motorised boat cruises (seasonal)*, on foot or on game drive. A maze of sparkling lagoons, meandering channels and overgrown islands teeming with wildlife


- Exclusive safari experience as most camps in Okavango Delta owns a private concession, share wildlife sighting with no one but your safari guide


- A river cruise along Chobe River, famous for its large concentration of elephant and buffalo, offers exceptional photographic opportunities


- Meet the friendly meerkets with a visit to Makgadikgadi Pan 

When to go?

All year round, water level at its highest in Okavango Delta from Jun-Sep

Places You May Visit

Chobe National Park
A wildlife enthusiast's dream, Chobe National Park is one of the top game reserves in the world. From the striking Savute area to the beautiful Linyanti River, it is a vast landscape waiting to be explored.
Chobe National Park
Makgadikgadi Pan
The largest salt pans in the world. Remnants of an ancient lake, the pans are interspersed with sandy desert and occasional vegetation. One of Africa’s biggest zebra populations makes this vista of white sand and salt their home.
Makgadikgadi Pan
Okavango Delta
This magical oasis of islands and waterways flowers in the middle of the arid Kalahari Desert.
Okavango Delta