Home to 150 species of reptile and 8,000 types of insect, head off the beaten track with one of the top luxury safari
destinations in the world: Botswana. With plains, national parks and game reserves to explore you will be tracking the Big Five in no time with many more animals to be seen along the way.
holidays appeal to so many traveller types. Ideal for couples
as well as animal loving families
it’s a definite bucket list getaway and one which we truly recommend.
Botswana hosts numerous safari
sites. The Chobe River is a tourist hotspot thanks to its close proximity to the mesmerising Victoria Falls
and the Chobe National Park where you can admire stunning elephants, antelopes and birds while trekking along the riverfront or marshes.
Another popular pit stop is the Okavango Delta, the largest in land delta in the world, which is home to hippos, lions and hyenas to name a few.
Moremi Game Reserve, ranked as one of the most beautiful reserves in Africa, habitats almost every African mammal and bird you can think of in its rich and diverse floodplains, lagoons and forest. Covering 5,000 kilometres expect to spot the Big Five amongst a host of other wild beauties.
If you want to see a glimpse of the majestic Kalahari black maned lion, head to Kalahari found in the southwest of Botswana, close to South Africa
. Explore the game reserve and discover wildlife and several fossilised river valleys including Deception Valley and Passarge Valley. For an experience you’ll never forget, why not camp overnight in the five-star accommodation?
Talking of camping, Botswana hosts a plethora of accommodation options. From lodges and villas, to spacious tents, expect five-star luxury throughout with friendly staff and rangers only too willing to share the beauty of their country with you.
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Elephants never forget and neither do we! Botswana is home to the world’s largest population of African elephants and it’s simply a beauty to behold. Head down to Chobe National Park to catch a glimpse of one of the large herds that can be seen wandering along the Chobe River.