Botswana is home to some of the world's most amazing and remote wildlife destinations in the world and is famous for its large concentrations of plains game and the big five. Botswana is an incredible area to visit for those seeking a truly wild experience in Africa coupled with luxurious accommodation and incredible knowledge from local guides.

The dry peak season falls between May and October and offers fantastic game viewing as wildlife concentrates around permanent water sources however the rainy months between November and April offer fantastic bird watching as the summer migrants return to the area, many new born animals and wonderful specials from lodges.

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What to Experience in Botswana


The Chobe National Park is the second largest park in Botswana covering 10,566 square Km . Chobe is definitely a year round destination which offers guests a safari that includes sighting of vast herds of migratory Elephant herds numbering over 120,000 as well as large concentrations of predators. 

The park is divided into four very different eco systems from lush plains and dense forests found along the Chobe River in the North East, the Savuti Marsh areas in the West and Linyanti Swamps in the North -West as well as the dry areas in between. Chobe is truly unique as it provides a perfect habitat for a wide range of wildlife and it the perfect base from which to start your Botswana Safari or combine this experience with that of Zambia and Zimbabwe due to their close proximity.

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Savuti is an area famous for its large lion and spotted hyaena populations and is often described as one of the best wildlife-viewing areas in Africa today due to its high concentrations of wildlife present during all seasons.

The Savuti Marsh is a large lake cut off from its main water supply and is fed by the Savuti channel, This area has also given rise to the famous Okavango Delta and is filled by seasonal rains which bring hundreds of birds and thousands of migrating Zebras which provide a feast for predators.  We suggest a minimum of 3 nights in this area to allow yourself time to experience all the Savuti has to offer.

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The Okavango Delta

Covering an area of 17,000 square km's the Okavango Delta is a puzzle of lakes, lagoons and marshes and is the largest inland delta in the world.  It is Botswana's main permanent water source and home to huge concentrations of hippo, crocodile, predators and unusual antelope species including the Sitatunga, Puku and Red Lechwe.  The water is amazingly clean and pure and forms a network of beautiful winding channels and crystal pools with beautiful flora and incredible bird life. Enjoy wonderful Mekoro trips, fantastic fishing, great game viewing by boat or 4 x 4 vehicle or just relax and enjoy the beauty of this wet wonderland.

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Moremi is an area that consists of amazing tracts of Mopane Woodland, Acacia forests, floodplains and lagoons and encompasses about 20% of the Okavango Delta.  Famous for the amazing birdlife, The Moremi is probably most famous for its Wild Dog populations due to a breeding project being run in the area since 1989.

The best time to visit the Moremi is during the dry season between May and October where the chances of viewing Buffalo, Lion, Leopard, Giraffe, cheetah and Wild Dog as well as a large number of plains game are good.

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Makgadigadi Pans

The Makgadigadi Plains are large grass plains that are visible remnants of a lake formed more than five million years ago and is home to herds of Zebra, Springbok and Wildebeest.  Due to the large herds that concentrate around the pans there are fantastic sightings of predator species including Lion, Cheetah and Hyaena.

A visit the pans in both the dry and the wet season to experience the amazing contrasts displayed in this area from the dry desert during the dry season to the wet oasis during the summer months is highly reccommended.

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The Kalahari

Covering more than ¾ of Botswana's land area the Kalahari is a vast semi-desert where safari guests can experience true isolation and quiet. Amazing saltpans, plentiful game, huge boabab trees and beautiful stretches of savanna plains are some of reasons to visit this beautiful area. You may be luck enough to visit the San-Bushman who still inhibit this area and learn from some of their ancient ways - The perfect trip for those interested in the local history as well as the wildlife experience.

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Tuli is a beautiful area with outstanding topography of natural rocks, strange flora, large numbers of game and a rich archaeological heritage. Situated on the confluence of the Limpopo and Shashe Rivers, Tuli is a collection of privately owned game lodges including Mashatu, Ntani and Tuli Game Reserves and is a wonderful area to explore by 4 x 4 vehicle, walking safaris or unusual activities such as cycle tours.

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