A. & M.C. & family
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Botswana Safaris

From the haunting beauty of the harsh dry deserts to the emerald green bushes that hug the banks of its life-giving rivers, the startling diversity of natural habitats and resultant variety of wildlife has ensured that Botswana remains one of Africa’s premier safari destinations.

Central Kalahari Game Reserve

Chobe National Park

Linyanti Marshes, Selinda Reserve & Kwando River

Makgadikgadi Pans

Mobile Camping Safaris

Moremi Game Reserve

Okavango Delta

Horse Riding Safaris

Banoka Bush Camp

Camp Kalahari

Savuti Camp

Camp Moremi

Chobe Chilwero

Chobe Game Lodge

Chobe Savanna Lodge

Deception Valley Lodge

Duma Tau

Edo’s Camp

Footsteps Across The Linyanti

Jack’s Camp

Lagoon Camp

Lebala Camp

Kalahari Plains Camp

King’s Pool

Khwai River Lodge

Khwai Tented Camp

Leroo La Tau

Linyanti Bush Camp & Linyanti Ebony

Meno A Kwena

Muchenje Safari Lodge

Motswiri Camp


San Camp

Savute Elephant Camp

Savute Safari Lodge

Selinda Camp

Tau Pan Camp

Xakanaxa Camp

Zambezi Queen (river cruise)

Zarafa Camp

The greatest of all Botswana’s natural wonders is the Okavango Delta. Over one thousand kilometres away in central Angola, the Kavango River starts its incredible journey towards Botswana and, owing to the earth’s fault lines, is unable to reach the sea.

After flowing down the ‘panhandle’ it hits the sands of the Kalahari Desert, transforming them into a unique world of palm-fringed islands, myriad lagoons and water channels lined with wafting papyrus grass. Seated in your mokoro you glide through these glassy waters filled with golden reeds and flowering water lilies and marvel at the profusion of life.

Further south the Makgadikgadi region and its great salt pans, once part of southern Africa’s ancient ‘super-lake’, reveal a unique and fascinating ecosystem. Within its dry and dusty midst can be found some intriguing wildlife as well as the scattered tools and other remnants of a forgotten people. Summer rains bring about one of the most startling natural transformations as this shimmering mirage of semi-desert bursts into life with migratory herds of wildebeest and zebra converging on the fresh green grass and pink clouds of flamingoes constructing their nests.

Botswana Summer Ecounter; guideline price £4,550pp

Spirit of Botswana; guideline price £4,180pp

The Great Wilderness Journey; guideline £6,475pp

Superlative Botswana; guideline £14,375 pp





The dry winter season from April to November is generally considered the best time to visit. February to April is excellent in the Kalahari and Makgadikgadi Pans on account of the annual migration.


No visa is required for UK passport holders.


No mandatory vaccinations are required.


GMT + 2 Hours
(+1 Hour during British Summer Time)