Natural - Enchanting - Magnificent

Botswana offers the traveler a variety of contrasting wilderness areas, from the lush green waterways and oasis of the Okavango Delta to the dry sandy plains of the Kalahari, to the vast white salt plains of the Makgadikgadi, where animals of all kinds roam freely in great densities.

With over a third of the country dedicated to conservation in the form of national parks and reserves, it is one of the great wilderness areas of Africa. Couple this with a variety of lodges and accommodation to suit every budget, it's easy to see why Botswana remains one of the top choices for safari goers.
 “…few can sojourn long within the unspoilt wilderness of a game sanctuary, surrounded on all sides by its confiding animals, without absorbing its atmosphere; the Spirit of the Wild is quick to assert supremacy, and no man of any sensibility can resist her.”

- James Stevenson-Hamilton


The Okavango Delta

One of the largest inland deltas, the vast and virtually untouched freshwater wetland that is the Okavango Delta is deemed one of the world’s premier wilderness areas. The Delta is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site and was voted one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa.

Botswana's Chobe Region

Another area made up of systems of lagoons, marshes and rivers, it is just as complex and interesting as the Okavango Delta. One can enjoy a mix of game drives and water-based safaris.

The Makgadikgadi Saltpans

This vast 10,000 square kilometer area in north-eastern Botswana was once a lake which now in summer comes to life with thriving grasslands, attracting a vast diversity of wildlife, including the annual zebra migration involving thousands of animals.

Moremi Game Reserve

This reserve, along with adjoining private land concessions is known for its exceptional and abundant wildlife, making it a top area to visit for any wildlife enthusiast.

Tsodilo Hills

A top attraction declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2001, Tsodilo Hills is famed for its religious significance and is comprised of rock paintings, shelters, depressions, and caves where one can hike and see some of the 4000 odd rock and cave drawings and paintings.


Game drives are the most popular way to experience Savuti, where roads meander through open grassy plains and mopane woodland where chances of finding large predators is as good as it gets.