Attractions 1

Chobe National Park

Taking a safari in Chobe National Park is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, but many of our guests return again to re-live the sights and sounds of this magical part of the world.  Chobe National Park is well known for the beautiful Savuti region, a definite highlight on our safari in Botswana.  On our Chobe National Park … Read moreChobe National Park

Attractions 2

Caprivi Strip

The Caprivi Strip is completely different from any other part of Namibia, and a safari to this region is the perfect experience to find out why! It boasts an abundance of river life, and provides ample opportunity for a truly unique Namibia safari experience on the banks of the many areas that traverse the region! … Read moreCaprivi Strip

Attractions 3


Brandberg derives its name from both the Afrikaans and the German languages, meaning ‘Fire Mountain’ in both languages. This directly translates the sheer magnitude and impressiveness of this massive mountain, located in the north-western part of the Namib Desert. The Damara people named the Brandberg Mountain ‘Daures’ which means ‘burning mountain’ and the Herero people … Read moreBrandberg

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Botswana Animals

Botswana is an important safari destination in Southern Africa, as tourism income supports efforts in ecological sustainability and nature conservation.  While on safari with Jenman, we offer several excellent conservation projects (National Parks) which we visit on most of our Botswana Safaris; visiting these projects and paying an entrance fee is one way to positively … Read moreBotswana Animals

Attractions 5

Baines Baobabs

The Nxai Pan National Park has recognized the importance of the Baines Baobabs, and efforts are in place to ensure the protection of these trees in the future. The Baines Baobab trees derive their name from Thomas Baines (who was a member of the Livingstone Expedition); he painted a group of Baobab trees that became … Read moreBaines Baobabs

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