Botswana Safaris - A Wild Adventure Awaits You

Botswana is a country of magnificent extremes - from scorching desert, to verdant waterways, open plains and thick woods, Botswana is home to some of Africa's greatest wilderness areas, such as the Okavango Delta and Kalahari Desert. A safe and clean state, landlocked Botswana has been described as"Africa's success story" since its independence in 1966 - and is a peaceful, well-tempered country.

A relatively untouched land, it offers travellers a wonderful range of natural, unspoilt environments and classic safari adventures. Exploring Botswana gives you the chance to spy on the habitats of a myriad of wild animals. Elephants can be seen in unrivalled amounts on the banks of the Chobe River from the Chobe National Park. Herds of Springbok, Impala and Zebra are a common attraction, and Cheetahs and Leopards roam freely among the wilds.

The best time to visit Botswana is between May and October, when the Okavango delta is at flooding and the climate a little more temperate. Although, the rainy summer months between November and April, also offer fantastic bird-watching opportunities.

The best way to research Botswana is through a safari holiday. Travel operators and agents offer a range of safari options.

Fly in Safaris are tailor-made and accommodation is at secluded luxury lodges or camps.

Lodge safaris by road offer a more cost-effective way of travel, without skimping on the luxury of staying in a lodge. Sizes are kept small to ensure personalized attention.

Walking safaris ensure that the eager traveller gets an up close and personal experience of the African American wildlife.

Botswana safari are the ideal way to celebrate and commemorate your lifelong commitment, with a never to be forgotten experience. Small and intimate lodges, tinged with a romantic flair, will make a honeymoon truly unforgettable.

Family safaris are composed of carefully selected destinations, hotels and lodges that enable travellers to explore this wild land together. Family safaris are is safe, fun and rewarding to travel with children in Botswana.