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One of the most captivating wildlife destinations in the world. blessed with both the Kalahari Desert and the wetlands surrounding the Okavango.

Welcome to Botswana, a small, dynamic country that is a success story for the African continent. Although a large part of Botswana is the Kalahari Desert, in the north-eastern corner of the country you’ll find a paradise for all kinds of life – The Okavango Delta.

This massive wetland is home to the single largest concentration of African Elephant in the world, as well as over 400 bird species, 200 mammal species and 150 reptile species. There are many ways to visit them and explore the crystal-clear waters and wilds of Botswana.

Quick Facts

Botswana is a small, landlocked country, sharing borders with South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe and, at most, a few hundred meters with Zambia.

Botswana’s capital city is Gabarone, it’s population is 2.3 million, and its two main languages are Setswana and English

The Okovango Delta is very flat, with less than 2 m (6 ft 7 in) variation in height across its 15,000 km2 (5,800 sq mi)

Like Zimbabwe, Botswana is bordered by Victoria Falls, and offers an alternative view of the Seventh Natural Wonder of the World.

JOURNEYS

Journey’s around Botswana

When to travel

The cooler months of May to September are the best time of year for a Botswana safari.

Very little rain falls during this time of the year and malaria risk is at its lowest. Hot and dry Septyhember and October are also particularly good months to visit the Okavango Delta as thirsty animals are concentrated in big numbers.

Game viewing is consistently excellent until the beginning of the rain season in November, which turns Botswana into a lush, green eden.

Highlights

Each Destination is different, that makes them unique

Namib Desert

The Namib Desert encapsulates and preserves most of the Okavango Delta. There are few experiences as exciting and captivating as wandering its tributaries in a wooden makoro canoe.

Bird watching

Keen birders will spot and endless parade of colourful birds posing from the reeds.

Delta

A truly special way to see the Delta is by helicopter, offering breathtaking views of the crystal-clear waters and the animals roaming the park.

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Visas & Immigration

MORNING GUIDED TOUR OF THE FALLS

Firstly the stop at the Big Tree, ancient Baobab some 16 meters in girth, kicks off the tour with an explanation of the geology of the Victoria Falls. From the Livingstone View to the Devil’s Cataract, on to the Main Falls, past the Rainbow Falls and to the Danger Point, participants walk the full Falls through the Rainforest, where they may catch a glimpse of bushbuck and other wildlife.

AFTERNOON AT LEISURE OR WHY NOT OPTIONAL TOURS

BOMA DINNER

Partially open to the African skies and sheltered by the indigenous Gusu forest lies the award winning Boma restaurant. This offers a unique African experience that bombards the senses with the tastes, sights, sounds and smells of Africa – together with the warmth and hospitality of Zimbabwe and its people. Specialising in a superb selection of traditional Zimbabwean dishes, fish, a variety of game meat and potjiekos (hunter’s stew) – as well as vegetarian meals – diners are invited to sample such ethnic delicacies as deep fried kapenta and groundnuts.

CURRENCY & PAYMENT

MORNING GUIDED TOUR OF THE FALLS

Firstly the stop at the Big Tree, ancient Baobab some 16 meters in girth, kicks off the tour with an explanation of the geology of the Victoria Falls. From the Livingstone View to the Devil’s Cataract, on to the Main Falls, past the Rainbow Falls and to the Danger Point, participants walk the full Falls through the Rainforest, where they may catch a glimpse of bushbuck and other wildlife.

AFTERNOON AT LEISURE OR WHY NOT OPTIONAL TOURS

BOMA DINNER

Partially open to the African skies and sheltered by the indigenous Gusu forest lies the award winning Boma restaurant. This offers a unique African experience that bombards the senses with the tastes, sights, sounds and smells of Africa – together with the warmth and hospitality of Zimbabwe and its people. Specialising in a superb selection of traditional Zimbabwean dishes, fish, a variety of game meat and potjiekos (hunter’s stew) – as well as vegetarian meals – diners are invited to sample such ethnic delicacies as deep fried kapenta and groundnuts.

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MORNING GUIDED TOUR OF THE FALLS

Firstly the stop at the Big Tree, ancient Baobab some 16 meters in girth, kicks off the tour with an explanation of the geology of the Victoria Falls. From the Livingstone View to the Devil’s Cataract, on to the Main Falls, past the Rainbow Falls and to the Danger Point, participants walk the full Falls through the Rainforest, where they may catch a glimpse of bushbuck and other wildlife.

AFTERNOON AT LEISURE OR WHY NOT OPTIONAL TOURS

BOMA DINNER

Partially open to the African skies and sheltered by the indigenous Gusu forest lies the award winning Boma restaurant. This offers a unique African experience that bombards the senses with the tastes, sights, sounds and smells of Africa – together with the warmth and hospitality of Zimbabwe and its people. Specialising in a superb selection of traditional Zimbabwean dishes, fish, a variety of game meat and potjiekos (hunter’s stew) – as well as vegetarian meals – diners are invited to sample such ethnic delicacies as deep fried kapenta and groundnuts.

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