What to see
At the heart of Botswana lies the Okavango Delta. Packed full of Africa’s finest wildlife, the crystal clear waters attract a myriad of birdlife and mammals that come to the water to drink. Tourist numbers are limited within the private concession areas, resulting in a peaceful and often exclusive wildlife experience.
Chobe National Park
Easily accessed from Victoria Falls in Zambia, Chobe National Park is home to huge herds of elephant, buffalo, large prides of lion and prolific birdlife. Wildlife can be viewed from open-sided 4 x 4 vehicles or boat cruises on the Chobe River.
The Kalahari Desert is a remote and beautiful safari destination and is home to the San Bushmen. At the northern end lies a group of saltpans, including the hauntingly beautiful Magadikgadi Pans, which are the remains of the world’s largest super lake. We recommend a stay at Jack’s Camp, which makes an excellent base from which to explore the area, look for brown hyena and meerkats, or take a walk with Bushmen trackers.