Visit wildlife and enjoy a natural and diverse landscape
Experience the breathtaking beauty of wilderness and diverse landscapes.
With 38% of her land recognised as wildlife areas, Botswana is a beauty to behold with several places to visit wildlife and enjoy a natural and diverse landscape that includes the Kalahari Desert. She is home to the largest elephant population on the globe and the world’s largest producer of diamond.
Dominated by the vast Kalahari, Botswana is dry, but surprisingly lush. It’s home to many game reserves, such as Chobe and Moremi, but the jewel in Botswana’s crown is the Okavango Delta, which runs into the desert sands to create an oasis like no other. Jump in a canoe and float through the delta’s many spectacular channels, watching for elephants, flamingos, lions and hippos who regularly wade through its waters.
A UNESCO world heritage site with a magnitude of rock paintings regarded as a spiritual sanctuary for centuries.
The Okavango delta
A wonder in the Kalahari desert, the Okavango delta is one of the largest freshwater wetlands in southern Africa and home to very many wildlife species in air, water and on land.
Chobe national park
Chobe leaves a striking mark and memory on any visitor with her numerous lion prides and buffalo herds, and more wildlife to gaze upon.
The largest salt pans in the world! Running for miles on end in the dry seasons is a particular stunner. A must see while in Botswana.
Khama Rhino Sanctuary
Guarded delicately, this reserve is home to the black and white rhino species that are considered endangered. Her efforts have helped re-introduce rhinos in other game parks as well.