Discover an array of wildlife with our selection of Botswana travel packages that includes game drives, guided safari walks and mokoro trips. We take you to the diverse regions of Makgadikgadi Pans, Moremi Game Reserve and Chobe National Park while staying in luxurious lodge accommodations. Our skilled and well qualified guides provide valuable insights along the way and enable guests to experience the true beauty and allure of Botswana. Discover Boteti River, the city of Maun, Moremi Game Reserve and Kazuma Forest Reserve that are included in our Botswana travel packages.
The African Big 5 are found in high numbers throughout Botswana with the biggest elephant population anywhere in the world. Around 550 different birds roam the skies, including the enigmatic African fish eagle and the Cape Vulture, an endangered species that is fully protected in Botswana. With its exclusive and remote African safari options, Botswana is one of the continent’s premier wilderness and safari locations. No wonder it continuously ranks as one of the must-visit destinations for travellers across the world.
Botswana Travel Packages Include:
- Accommodation as specified in the itineraries
- Breakfast daily
- Lunch and dinner as specified in the itineraries
- Services of an English-speaking guide on the excursions specified
- Transport and excursions as mentioned
- Park entrance fees & river usage fees as specified in the itineraries
Our Botswana travel packages offer travellers the opportunity to experience a magical African adventure on a grand scale. This landlocked country is home to a variety of natural wonders, endless landscapes and iconic species.
From the vast expanse of the Kalahari and the magnitude of the Okavango Delta to the wildlife wonders of Chobe, Moremi, and Khwai River, this wonderful part of the world is inviting discovery.
The Okavango Delta’s floods are fed by the Angolan rains, which start in October and finish in April. The Delta’s water ends in the Kalahari Desert – with over 95% of the water eventually evaporating – hence sometimes referred to as ‘the river that never finds the sea’.
Nata Bird Sanctuary
Visiting the Nata Bird Sanctuary while on safari in Botswana, will bring you to the home of more than 160 bird species. These include flamingos, pelicans, ducks, geese, ostriches, spoonbills and eagles, of which the African fish eagle is a standout. Grasslands birds, such as ostrich, kori bustard, secretary bird and black korhaan may also be observed throughout the year.
The Khwai River lies between Chobe National Park and Moremi Game Reserve in Botswana, and is a scenic pearl of the Okavango Delta. A safari to the Khwai area satisfies one’s appetite for adventure, wildlife sightings, and an immersion in nature.
Chobe National Park
Also known as ‘The Land of Giants’ due to its large elephant population, Chobe National Park occupies 12 000 square kilometres in the north of Botswana. Its northeastern corner meets with Zimbabwe, Namibia and Zambia and animals move freely between the countries, making the area ideal for an authentic Botswana safari.
Makgadikgadi Salt Pans
The Makgadikgadi Salt Pans are the largest salt pans in the world. Surrounded by the Kalahari Desert, it features its own unique ecosystem which attracts a diverse range of wildlife to be spotted on your holiday to Botswana.