Read about 5 BEST BOTSWANA SAFARI TOURS The Kalahari Desert covers roughly 70% of Botswana, making it one of the world’s least populated countries. Despite this, this landlocked country is home to a plethora of plains game, massive herds of buffalo, and a plethora of Africa’s apex predators. The magnificent Chobe National Park is home to the world’s largest population of Kalahari elephants, and the virtually untouched Okavango Delta is a World Heritage Site and arguably one of Nature’s greatest masterpieces – one of Africa’s last remaining Edens.
1. Chobe, Savuti, and Okavango Delta Mobile Camping Adventure
A week of excitement and adventure! This luxury camping trip takes you through the Okavango Delta, the Kalahari Desert, and Chobe National Park, three authentic Botswana safari destinations. Instead of staying in safari lodges, you’ll stay in a series of intimate tented camps and move every few days. Get much closer to nature while still enjoying creature comforts such as flush toilets, hot showers, and delicious food. If you want to go somewhere right now, remember that the world is changing . So travel the world, book a Botswana trip or to any other country like South Africa . Live your best life today.
2. Family Adventure in Khwai and Linyanti
On this fantastic fly-in safari, take your family on an adventure to some of the Okavango Delta’s most captivating locations. Begin your Botswana safari vacation in the Khwai Concession, a birdwatcher’s paradise and a haven for predators such as wild dogs. After three nights, a light aircraft will land you in the heart of a breathtaking aquatic habitat with fantastic game viewing and bird watching. This is one of the best Botswana safari tours for nature lovers.
On the banks of the Linyanti River in Northern Botswana, a small camp with four luxury en-suite tents.
3. Camping by canoe and fly Selinda Safari
On this specialised Botswana safari, you’ll step into the shoes of early explorers. This low-impact canoe safari will take you through the mysterious Selinda Spillway’s meandering waterways. Spend four days paddling gently for about 40 kilometres (25 miles), stopping every evening at a scenic riverbank location where the staff will set up a comfortable fly camp and prepare a feast over the fire.
4. Okavango Delta Family Safari
Spend your time looking for the Big 5 or simply relaxing at camp while your children explore the Delta’s beautiful landscape, learning about life in the bush, or attempting fishing and tracking. They will have an informal evaluation of what they’ve learned at the end of their fun-filled wilderness academy training and will receive certificates and T-shirts to welcome them into the Young Explorers’ Club. For families with children, this is one of the best Botswana safari experiences.
5. Selinda Safari and Private Guided Makgadikgadi Experience
Travel to an authentic legacy camp in the otherworldly Makgadikgadi, one of the world’s largest salt flats and the only remnant of a prehistoric’super lake’ the size of Scotland. Meet Ralph Bousfield, your host and personal guide for the next few days (and a Botswana safari legend). Ralph grew up in the Makgadikgadi and will take you on guided walks and quad bike (ATV) rides to reveal the secrets of the Kalahari. Jack’s Camp can help you plan an unforgettable night camping on the pans beneath the Milky Way. Finish your Botswana safari at an opulent tented camp in the private Selinda Reserve, surrounded by opulent décor and the awe-inspiring wildlife of the Zibadianja Lagoon.