Tours & Safaris - Botswana
Its game parks, nature, wildlife and untouched-wilderness experiences form the backbone of Botswana’s tourism industry. The Okavango Delta, desert areas, grasslands and savannas are protected to support tourism, which provides both employment for Botswana’s people and sanctuary for its wildlife.
Travellers to Botswana are astounded by its biodiversity of animal and bird species in national, private and specialised sanctuaries across the country. Botswana’s Chobe National Park is home to the world’s greatest concentration of African elephants, its Okavango Delta is one the world’s largest inland deltas and the northern region of the country has one of the few remaining large populations of the endangered African wild dog. Biomes, which include desert and wetlands, thornveld and woodlands, offer visitors variety and diversity in land features, vegetation, animals and birds.
This ecological diversity can be experienced through a wide variety of tours and safaris. Popular activities include safaris and game drives, mokoro (a traditional dug-out canoe) excursions, hot-air ballooning, wildlife photography, bird watching, canoe safaris and time on one of the Chobe Houseboats.
The best time to visit Botswana depends on both the seasons, the area you are planning to visit and what you hope to see. Your personal interests and the activities that you find most appealing will also determine the timing of your visit. Our recommended safaris vary in length and aim to incorporate a variety of sights in the time available. Some of these include tours to Victoria Falls in the neighbouring countries of Zimbabwe & Zambia. Browse our recommended safari options below or, alternatively, contact us directly for a tailor-made Botswana safari itinerary.