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Botswana is inarguably the best game destination in Africa, enjoying the highest concentration of wildlife. Sightings are almost guaranteed even in its off season! The second largest migration, the Zebra migration, happens here during the wet season.
Moremi Game Reserve – One of Africa's best reserves; Buffalo, Giraffe, Lion, Leopard, Cheetah, Hyena, Impala, African Wild Dog, Red Lechwe and over 500 species of birds can be spotted here.
Dry and Wet Camps – We recommend a mix. Dry camps at Duba Plains, Vumbura and Chitabe offer the best predator viewing. Wet camps will delight birders & landscape enthusiasts.
Mashatu Private Game Reserve – See the ‘Giants of Africa’ in this truly wild and remote park on the banks of the Limpopo River. The African Elephant, the Giraffe, the Eland, the Ostrich and the Kori Bustard are all heavyweight attractions, as is the iconic Baobab tree. The diverse landscape ranging from vast plains to marshlands also ensures that a variety of species are seen including the Aardwolf (or “earth wolf”), the Bat-Eared Fox, the African Wildcat, the Honey Badger, the Spotted Hyena and the Black-Backed Jackal. Botswana’s national bird the Lilac Breasted Roller is one of 350 birds seen here.
Kgalagadi Transfrontier National Park – On the Namibian border, this park is where you get closest to nature and the wild. The wilderness camps are built deep inside, offering stunning views of the red Kalahari dunes. Spot the Springbok, Blue Wildebeest, Gemsbok, Red Hartebeest, Meerkats, Leopards, and Black-Maned Lions. It’s a prime Cheetah destination and a haven for bird lovers as well.
Bushmen of the Kalahari, Deception Point – An intriguing natural phenomenon, Deception Point has deceived hundreds of airborne visitors with the illusion of water! Today, camps and lodges allow you to interact with one of the oldest people of Africa, the Bushmen of the Kalahari. Learn their ways of life, survival skills and see the land through their eyes.
Tsodilo Hills – A site held sacred by the Batswana, this site has over 4,000 catalogued rock paintings by the stone age ‘San’ people.
The earth's second largest, mammal bathing a few metres from you... how's that for a full blown African Safari experience?