Why travel to Botswana?
- Witness the annual zebra migration in Savute and Linyanti
- Home to the world’s largest inland delta, the Okavango Delta
- The largest elephant herds in the world in Chobe National Park
- The Big Five animals, as well as the rare and endangered African wild dog
- Over 600 indigenous bird species
- Over 3 500 San rock paintings at the World Heritage Site of the Tsodilo Hills
Africa's best kept secret
Nowhere else on the planet can you float between reeded islands in a dugout canoe while antelope splash in the clear waters of the Okavango Delta. Botswana also offers excellent landbased game viewing. The Chobe National Park is home to the world’s largest herds of elephant and offers regular sightings of predators. Photographers will seek out the glowing red dunes of the Kalahari Desert and birdwatchers will flock to the Moremi Game Reserve.
- Botswana is the largest producer of diamonds in the world
- The Okavango Delta can be seen from outer space
- Over 80% of the country is arid
- 17% of the country is set aside for conservation
- The national currency is the pula, which means “rain”
- Home of the indigenous hunter-gatherer San Bushmen for over 20 000 years
- The Kalahari Desert covers most of Botswana and is the biggest sweep of wind-blown sand on Earth
Interactive Trip Finder
Our interactive trip finder will make it easy for you to select the right kind of safari for you.