A Botswana safari will cost a big price but deliver one of Africa’s best travel experiences - guaranteed
This is southern Africa's preferred choice for first-timers
advised to take advantage of private concessions and exclusive
retreats for a safari holiday. It's a huge unpopulated territory
enjoying political and economic stability. Also blessed with
impressive wildlife and unspoiled wilderness areas for safaris.
Botswana is expensive but worth every cent if planned properly and
Massive herds of big game have unimpeded access between the
Delta and the dry but seasonally rich Kalahari plains. This
results in large migratory movements as the seasons change, the
rains come and go. Resident predators are always active so that
Botswana is viable as a year round safari favourite.
The high season when game tends to concentrate at permanent
water sources runs from July to October when the very popular Chobe area
becomes quite crowded and the small and more exclusive private
camps especially in the Okavango are fully booked.
The quieter "green season" during southern Africa's wet and warm
summer months from November through to April is equally productive
with a spectacular gathering of migrant birds in the region. For
many seasoned travellers to Africa this is the time for exploring
both regular haunts and the remoter safari gems in the vast Kalahari
Botswana never disappoints - it's perfectly suited to both first
time African visitors and safari specialists seeking remote and
secluded safari getaways.
If both time and money were available a full safari in Botswana
will cost a small fortune over 3 weeks to do proper justice. It'd
include the Okavango Delta and Moremi; Chobe National Park and
Savuti; the remote Linyanti/Chobe river system; the Kalahari and
Makgadikgadi Pans. An alternative would be to plan successive trips
through the years.
Either way Botswana leaves indelible memories
with every guest we host, year in, year out.
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