Botswana Safari Packages & Combinations
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Botswana Safari Tours - Our Top Picks for Lodge Safaris
Are you dreaming of the perfect safari adventure in Botswana? Here's our list of ideal locations to add to any safari bucket list. Home to some of the world's most incredible wildlife reserves, including the Chobe National Park, Okavango Delta and Central Kalahari Game Reserve. From Deserts to lush wetlands, Botswana is a perfect destination for an unforgettable safari experience.
Okavango Delta Safaris
A UNESCO World Heritage site and one of Africa's most unique locations. Spending time exploring the Okavango Delta by boat or traditional mokoro allows for unique experience, and when combined with walking safaris with professional guides and game drives, prepare for an unforgettable time with a lot to do. Many camps are only accessible by light aircraft due to very remote locations but this only adds to experience! What could make things better than watching winding waterways and floodplains pass bellow you. If you're lucky, you may even spot a herd of elephants, giraffe or even buffalo roaming bellow.
Chobe National Park Safaris
Known for having the highest concentration of elephants in Africa, spend your time with daily game drives within the Chobe National Park or even a sunset boat cruise on the picturesque Chobe River. Perfect for photographic opportunities, get eye level with wildlife as they roam to the banks or sit back and enjoy a cocktail while you watch the African wilderness surround you. Chobe national Park is one of Botswana's premier safari destinations and for good reason.
Central Kalahari Game Reserve Safaris
Vast and remote, the Central Kalahari Game Reserve is the second largest game reserve in the world and provides a nice contrast when combined with either the Okavango Delta or Chobe National Park especially. Here you can experience some of Africa's most elusive of wildlife, including bat-eared foxes, aardvarks, meerkats and even the rare black maned lion.
Nxai Pan National Park Safaris
A true gem for any Botswana safari, this large salt pan was formed by a process more than five million years in the making and makes up part of the larger Makgadikgadi basin. The fossil pan is also home to the extraordinary age-old Baine's Baobabs. These amazing trees are surrounded by endless plains and have captivates travelers for generations. Named after the explorer and landscape painter Thomas Baines, who painted the famous baobabs in the 1860s, they are still to this day unchanged.
Seasonal rainfall transforms the area into an oasis and one of the largest zebra migrations in Africa takes place each year between December and March, as hundreds move away from the Chobe area towards the now lush Nxai Pan in search of plentiful food and water.
Always More to Explore
With so many areas to visit we can also tailor-make mobile camping safaris and combine these with lodges to take you even deeper into the Botswana wilderness. Perfect for those who prefer more privacy, we only use Botswana Guides Association camping grounds and HATAB sites (Hospitality and Tourism Association of Botswana) to ensure private and secluded camps within all the best wildlife areas of Botswana.
More Botswana areas to explore include:
Moremi Game Reserve: One of Africa's finest wildlife reserves and a great location to see predators such as lion and other larger animals.
Khwai Concession: A perfect addition for night drives and a popular location for rarer leopard and wild dog. Mokoro excursions can also arranged from the Khwai River in order to experience a whole new area with your guides.
Makgadikgadi Pans National Park: Unique and vast salt pans await within the heart of Botswana. As the largest salt pans in the world, the area is not only a prime location to experience massive zebra and wildebeest migrations but completely changes during the rains, transforming from wetland to grassy plains that attract flocks of birds and herds of game.
Savute: Making up the southern part of Chobe, Savute is a fantastic area to stop, especially after Moremi or Khwai and on the way to the northern Chobe National Park. Flat open plains allow for wildlife to be easily seen even from a distance and the large outcrops of volcanic rock make for a very interesting landscape when compared to the usual flat landscape of Botswana.