The beautiful and peaceful Botswana takes care of both its people and its animals. High standards in education, health care and economic equality have lead to a stable prosperous society. A keen foresight in nature preservation has lead to thriving national parks with high and sustainable animal populations. The country is rightfully proud of its natural heritage and actively works to protect and maintain the many national parks and preserves. Instead of focusing in mass tourism, Botswana offers a high quality experience with fewer visitors per year.
Traveling in Botswana is a luxurious affair; both with scenery and accommodations. The mostly flat and arid landscape provides incredible vistas over grasslands and savanna. The Okavango Delta in the middle of the Kalahari Desert is an otherworldly oasis teeming with wildlife including the African bush elephant, buffalo, hippo, blue wildebeest, giraffe, lion, cheetah, leopard, hyena, the endangered African wild dog, rhino, zebra and many different species of antelopes and birds. Chobe National Park is known for its annual zebra migration and large herds of elephants. All our lodges and tented camps in Botswana are designated to give you the best access to wildlife while sacrificing none of the comforts. As in most of Africa, parks here also have different seasons – let us help you to plan the optimal trip.