An exclusive part of Africa that is bound to leave lasting impressions. With its unimaginable vastness, isolation and worldliness Botswana remains one for Africa’s best kept secrets. Botswana boasts of a prolific wildlife from the Okavango delta to the Kalahari desert. Botswana is home to thousands of elephant herds, zebra antelope, buffalo and other big game. 

 Botswana is bound to enchant even the most discerning traveller. Botswana has built a successful low impact and upmarket safari model that prioritises the health of the ecosystem. The top attractions are the Okavango Delta and the Victoria Falls which lie at the border of Zambia and Botswana

So whether you’re up for safaris, mokoro rides, bush walks, ATV rides, Botswana has something for you. Get in touch for the Botswana experience of a lifetime or whether you’d like to combine your gorilla safari with a Botswana odyssey.

Popular BOTSWANA  Safaris


Botswana is a landlocked country found in central south Africa. It’s bordered by
The Botswana Pula $1 = 12 Pule as of Feb. 2023
The best time to go on safari is between May and September when days are clearer and temperatures are cooler.
Botswana is a vast country with warm temperatures but the nights tend to get quite cooler especially in the dry season. Light warm clothing for summer, fleece and rain coats on early morning and late evening game drives. Bright colours and white are not recommended for a safari, with khaki-coloured clothing generally recommended for travel in the African wilderness.

-Long sleeved shirts, pants and socks to protect from mosquito bites
-A small flashlight and batteries
-Anti malaria medication and electrolytes in case of dehydration
-Adapter plugs and convertors for electrical devices
-Sun glasses, sun hat and sunscreen
-Long skirts, t-shirts, sweaters, pants, tops and flip flops
-Good walking shoes
-A good camera, lots of memory sticks, batteries and a charger
-Insect repellent
-Light rain gear for summer months
-Warm clothes for the morning and evening

Botswana is a low impact upscale safari destination. Safari prices thus range from $1,500 per person for a 3 day safari to $18,000 per person for longer safaris. The variables that determine safari price are: 1. The number of days spent on safari 2. Number of travelers on safari. The bigger the group the cheaper the safari 3. Lodges chosen where luxury lodges will make a safari dearer than budget lodges 4. Transport: Flying is pricier than driving though it comes with obvious advantages 5. Admin costs. Overseas companies often charge unjustifiable higher fees compared to local based companies.
Botswana is one of the biggest countries in Africa. So for one to truly experience Botswana it is advisable one spares at least 4 days. This is especially if one chooses to explore the famous Okavango delta plains.
Yes, there is malaria in Tanzania. It is advisable to speak to your doctor for advice before you travel to Tanzania.
Yellow fever vaccine is a requirement to travel to Botswana.
Safari is a Swahili word with Arab origins. The verb means to make an arduous journey into the African interior. To fully enjoy a safari, it is imperative that one builds a broader perspective of the safari destination. Safari is exceedingly rewarding for those who endeavour to understand the interconnectedness of people, the land, the biodiversity and history. The best books on Botswana as recommended by us are: The Colour Bar by Susan Williams Botswana from the Outside In by Robert Flanagan Botholdi: The Abomination by T. J Pheto Botswana: A Modern Economic History by Ellen Hillbolm and Jutta Bolt A Botswana Travellers Guide By Beauty Bogwasi