Botswana, a land of untamed wilderness and astonishing wildlife, beckons travelers with its pristine landscapes, abundant game, and the unique experience of the Okavango Delta. With its diverse ecosystems, sustainable tourism, and exceptional safaris, Botswana offers a journey into the heart of the African bush.
Begin your expedition with a visit to the Okavango Delta, the world’s largest inland delta and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Here, you can glide through the waterways in a mokoro (dugout canoe), observing elephants, hippos, and myriad bird species. Continue your adventure in Chobe National Park, famous for its vast elephant herds and riverfront safaris. Explore Moremi Game Reserve, a haven for big cats and wild dogs.
Botswana’s commitment to eco-tourism ensures a responsible and immersive experience. Traverse landscapes that transition from the arid Kalahari Desert to lush wetlands, offering diverse wildlife encounters. Engage with local communities to gain insights into their way of life and enjoy traditional meals. As the day turns into night, the starlit skies above Botswana reveal the Milky Way in all its brilliance. Botswana is a destination where pristine nature and sustainable tourism unite, where the call of the wild and the harmony of ecosystems are cherished. In Botswana, you don’t just observe; you embark on an intimate journey through untouched landscapes, where wildlife roams freely, and the pulse of Africa’s wilderness surrounds you.
Botswana has a semi-arid climate. The best time to visit is during the dry season from May to October.
The official currency is the Botswana Pula (BWP). Credit cards are widely accepted in major cities and lodges, but it’s advisable to carry cash for more remote areas.
Emergency services: 999
If your visit coincides with events like the Maun Festival or the President’s Day celebrations, take part in the local festivities.