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Explore wildlife, wetlands & one of the world's largest deltas

Tailor Made Tour To Botswana – Diamonds are forever. If only. There discovery in Botswana – thanks to the efforts of industrious termites (yes, really) – in the late 1960s turned one of the world’s poorest countries into an international player overnight. Although the billions in revenues have been rightfully spent on healthcare, education and infrastructure, all is not well – HIV/AIDS has gripped a quarter of the population, and their proverbial cash cow (diamond mines) will run dry in a few decades. However, with vast tracts of unparalleled wilderness, incredible wildlife and no shortage of charming, peace-loving citizens, tourism will undoubtedly have an increased role to play in Botswana’s future.

Best time to visit in Botswana

May to September (dry season) for classic safaris, November to April (wet season) for birds

Best time to visit in Botswana

May to September (dry season) for classic safaris , November to April (wet season) for birds

Places to visit in Botswana

  • A procession of trunks crossing the Choke River, each a lifeline to the elephant lurking in the depths below.
  • The grasses of the Central Kalahari Game Reserve coming to life with the rains.
  • Africa’s forgotten great migration, which brings thousands of zebra into Makgadikgadi Pans National Park.
  • The sandstone landscape of the Tuli Block being set alight by the setting sun.
  • San rock paintings that date back millennia – the natural gallery in the remote Tsodilo Hills is equally riveting.

Places to visit in Botswana

  • A procession of trunks crossing the Choke River , each a lifeline to the elephant lurking in the depths below.
  • The grasses of the Central Kalahari Game Reserve coming to life with the rains.
  • Africa’s forgotten great migration , which brings thousands of zebra into Makgadikgadi Pans National Park.
  • The sandstone landscape of the Tuli Block being set alight by the setting sun.
  • San rock paintings that date back millennia – the natural gallery in the remote Tsodilo Hills is equally riveting.

Top things to do in Botswana

  • Wake to sunrise on the blank, beached canvas that is Makgadikgadi Pan.
  • Skirt between the reeds that line the Okavango Delta’s myriad channels in a mokoro (traditional canoe).
  • Rise before dawn to share your morning with the vast amount of wildlife in Moremi Wildlife Reserve.
  • Spend time understanding San culture in D’kar.

Top things to do in Botswana

  • Wake to sunrise on the blank , beached canvas that is Makgadikgadi Pan.
  • Skirt between the reeds that line the Okavango Delta’s myriad channels in a mokoro (traditional canoe).
  • Rise before dawn to share your morning with the vast amount of wildlife in Moremi Wildlife Reserve.
  • Spend time understanding San culture in D’kar.

Discover Botswana

  • Read Serowe Village of the Rain Wind by Bessie Head for an understanding of Tswana culture and village life.
  • Listen to Franco and Afro Musica, a 12-piece kwasa kwasa band.
  • Watch The Gods Must Be Crazy, The No 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency.
  • Eat leputshe (wild pumpkin) atop bogobe (sorghum porridge)
  • Drink the stiff concoction from fermented marula fruit.

Discover Botswana

  • Read Serowe Village of the Rain Wind by Bessie Head for an understanding of Tswana culture and village life.
  • Listen to Franco and Afro Musica, a 12-piece kwasa kwasa band.
  • Watch The Gods Must Be Crazy , The No 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency.
  • Eat leputshe (wild pumpkin) atop bogobe (sorghum porridge)
  • Drink the stiff concoction from fermented marula fruit.

Botswana Highlights

The Kalahari, San (aka Bushmen), the world’s largest inland delta, luxurious safari camps, diamonds, HIV/AIDS

Botswana Highlights

The Kalahari , San (aka Bushmen) , the world’s largest inland delta , luxurious safari camps , diamonds , HIV/AIDS

One word for Botswana Tourism

Durnela (‘Hello’ in Tswana) – extra marks if it’s done with a ‘special’ handshake

One word for Botswana Tourism

Durnela (‘Hello’ in Tswana) – extra marks if it’s done with a ‘special’ handshake
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