Unleash your sense of adventure in Botswana's pure wilderness! Experience exclusive and private safaris amidst varied habitats like the Okavango Delta, Makgadikgadi Salt Pans, Savuti, and the Kalahari. Encounter wild dogs, magnificent birdlife, and fascinating sights of big cats crossing water.
With a commitment to conservation, Botswana offers one of the largest land areas dedicated to conserving its pristine wilderness. Step out of your comfort zone and choose from game drives, mokoro rides, walks, and even sleep outs for an authentic, tailor-made experience. From March to October, witness the incredible wildlife congregations. Stay in tented camps, lodges, or unique guest houses, and immerse yourself in the smells and sounds of the wild. Fly over the delta or embark on a mesmerizing walking safari. Safaris in Botswana are an unparalleled journey, where you reconnect with nature, create lifelong memories, and return to your roots.
Welcome to the untamed wilderness of Botswana, where safari lovers, adventure seekers, wildlife enthusiasts, families, couples, honeymooners or individuals embark on an extraordinary journey of a lifetime. Botswana offers a safari experience like no other, where you can leave behind the comforts of modern life and immerse yourself in the purest form of nature.
Prepare to step out of your comfort zone and into a world of awe-inspiring beauty. Botswana's vast and diverse landscapes, from the remarkable Okavango Delta to the expansive Makgadikgadi Salt Pans, the wildlife-rich Savuti and the vast Kalahari, are a playground for the intrepid explorer.
As you traverse the flat, sandy expanses you'll find yourself surrounded by the lush savannah of the Okavango Delta, teeming with incredible wildlife. Marvel at the sight of wild dogs roaming freely, birds dancing in the sky, and cats gracefully crossing waterways. Catch glimpses of hidden leopards, lions, and witness the immense herds of elephants and buffalo that roam these lands.
Your safari experience in Botswana goes beyond the ordinary. Engage in exciting game drives, embark on guided walks, and navigate the waterways in traditional mokoros (dugout canoes). Spend unforgettable nights under the starlit sky during sleep-outs, immersing yourself in the sounds of the wilderness.
Engage yourself in the local culture and gain a deeper understanding of Botswana's heritage. Encounter warm hospitality, as you stay in tented camps, lodges, mobile safaris, and unique guest houses.
Experience the enchantment of sleeping in skybeds, where you can gaze at the constellations above.
The best time to visit Botswana for safaris is from March to October when the weather is dry, and the wildlife congregates around water sources, providing incredible game viewing opportunities.
Embark on a tailor-made safari experience, curated to suit your individual preferences. With safaris lasting 10 to 14 days, you'll have ample time to explore the hidden gems of Botswana, where every moment becomes a lifelong memory.
Discover the magic of Botswana's wilderness, where founders Sofie and Isa met, and let the untamed beauty captivate your heart. Prepare to embark on a safari that will take you back to your roots, offering a genuine connection with nature that will leave you transformed.
highlights of Botswana
Okavango Delta & Moremi Game Reserve
The Okavango Delta is a vast inland river delta in the north of Botswana and is known for its grasslands that are seasonally flooded thus providing a lush habitat for wildlife. The Moremi Game Reserve is the only designated national game reserve in the Okavango Delta and is widely regarded as the most beautiful, with the most diverse habitats and animal populations in Botswana. The reserve includes about a quarter of the Okavango Delta and covers several thousand square kilometres, creating a breathtaking landscape of forests, lagoons, floodplains and islands. Wildlife viewing is possible all year round with many resident species such as lion, cheetah, leopard, hippo, elephant, buffalo, giraffe, zebra, and many more.
Makgadikgadi Pans and Nxai Pans National Park
The Makgadikgadi Pans National Park and the Nxai Pan National Park are situated on the western edge of the great Makgadikgadi salt pans and are among the largest salt pans in the world with a total area of 16'000 km². After good rains in the region, the Nxai Pan is covered with lush green grass. This attracts gigantic herds of plains zebra, blue wildebeest and springbok, while other grazing animals such as steenbok, eland and hartebeest come in large numbers. The name Makgadikgadi means «vast, lifeless land». For those who prefer solitude and silence, this is a paradise, because even in the high season there are hardly any people in this surreal landscape. Go on a sleepout in the Ntwetwe Pan, visit the local meerkat population and experience the most amazing sunsets and sunrises.
The Savuti is a region within the heart of the Chobe National Park that is secretly located away from the peak season crowds at the Chobe riverfront. The area is renowned for its large population of bull elephants and its predators, especially the resident lion and spotted hyena populations. Savuti is famous for its mysterious and fascinating channel. It runs a distance of 100 km from the Chobe River, through a gap in the sand ridge, to the Mababe Depression. Falling only approximately 18 meters, this channel brings water from the Chobe to Mababe, creating a small marsh where it enters the Depression, although the Savuti Marsh has been dry for the past 18 years.
Central Kalahari Game REserve
Nothing can prepare visitors for the sheer size and immensity of the Central Kalahari Game Reserve (CKGR), nor for its wild, mysterious beauty. The immediate image of infinite space gives the impression of having the entire reserve to oneself. The CKGR is the largest, most remote reserve in southern Africa and the second largest wildlife reserve in the world, covering an area of 52'800 km². During and shortly after good summer rains, the flat grasslands of the northern foothills of the reserve are teeming with game, which congregate around the best grazing grounds. These include large herds of springbok and gemsbok, as well as wildebeest, hartebeest, eland and giraffe.
Chobe National Park
Chobe National Park is a true wildlife paradise. One glance at the variety of wildlife and the lush vegetation is enough to enchant you forever. The park is very lush due to the many waterways, as the Chobe River flows through the park and attracts many animals and birds in the dry season. It is worth taking a boat trip on the Chobe and game drives along the river, as the photo opportunities and sightings are unique.