WELCOME TO BOTSWANA

WHY BOTSWANA?

BOTSWANA

Moremi consists mainly of the Okavango River Delta where makoro (dug out canoes) trips can be taken through the labyrinth of reed channels offering a unique experience viewing wildlife from the water. Covering one third of the Okavango Delta, it is one of the finest wildlife reserves in Africa. The mix of Okavango Delta wetland and Kalahari Desert make Moremi Game Reserve a diverse habitat for a large variety of animal, bird and plant life. Savuti is drier with huge Baobab trees. There is a large floodplain with size depicted by the quantity of water pushing through from the delta. The Savuti area offers great game viewing at certain times of the year. The annual Zebra migration is closely followed by many Lion prides. Good sightings of Cheetah and Leopard are possible and the endangered Wild Dog also occurs here. Savuti is famous for its large concentrations of Elephants that congregate around the waterholes, making game-viewing exceptional. Birdlife is also amazing, with Secretary Birds and Kori Bustards often seen around the Savuti Marsh. Savute is one of the few areas in Botswana where the elusive Klipspringer antelope can still be found.

 

WHERE TO GO IN BOTSWANA?

RICH IN CULTURE

 
 

EXPERIENCES

Our unforgettable tailor-made or luxury scheduled tours will take you into the heart of wild Africa. Choose from our wide range of carefully crafted travel itineraries, and allow us to turn your safari dreams into reality.

 

WHEN TO VISIT BOTSWANA

“TIMING IS EVERYTHING”

During the dry season and winter (May to October), the vegetation is less and animals concentrate around waterholes and rivers, making wildlife sightings easier. The skies are clear, rainfall is rate and there are fewer mosquitoes. It gets cold at night and in the mornings – pack warm clothing during June, July and August for morning game drives.

During the wet season and summer (November to April), the scenery is greener. Wildlife is easier to spot in the dry season, there will be plenty sightings of newborn animals and birds migrating. Rains are mostly short afternoon showers, except for January and February when the rain can continue for days. It gets very hot in October and November.