Botswana is one of the few countries in Africa which has managed to maintain its exclusivity and leave vast areas of wilderness untouched.
The people of Botswana have set aside 17% of some of the most beautiful parts of their country as National Parks and Game Reserves. The official policy of the government with regards to tourism is one of high quality and low density as opposed to low cost and high volume. This remarkable foresight by the Botswana government has guaranteed the area’s exclusivity. Extremely strict standards and controls assure the safari traveller the most fulfilling experience possible.
Botswana is home to the luxuriant water channels of the Okavango Delta, one of the great natural wonders of our amazing planet and a bastion for wildlife and birdlife. Wildlife watching in pristine wilderness is probably the main lure for safari travellers to Botswana and with a variety of National Parks and Reserves it should never disappoint.
Chobe National Park, Khama Rhino Sanctuary,Central Kalahari Game Reserve, Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, Khutse Game Reserve, Nxai Pan National Park and Moremi Game Reserve provide a real contrast of Botswana safari habitats and experiences. Here in a land where vast herds of elephant roam free, and zebra feed peacefully at dusk beneath a scarlet African sunset, Botswana safari game viewing can be equally as good, if not better, than some of the more famous game reserves in East Africa.
5 Great Reasons to Experience Botswana
- Witness huge herds of elephant in Chobe National Park
- Sample bush life and camp in exclusive wilderness locations
- Enjoy an adventure through the vast wilderness of the Kalahari Desert
- Explore the Okavango Delta – one of the greatest natural wonders on earth
- Watch an amazing spectacle of wildlife in one of Africa’s best safari destinations