Botswana

TYPOLOGIES

Cultural

+ 2
DIFFICULTY

Low

MIN. AGE

3 Years

POA

WHERE WILD CREATURES ROAM AND RULE

Beautiful Botswana; a true wilderness destination that is globally renowned as an African safari destination par excellence.

A land of contrasts, Botswana is an intoxicating mixture of desert and wetland. The Kalahari Desert is the planet’s largest stretch of unbroken sand and is home to the famed black-maned Lions, the exquisite saltpans of the Makgadikgadi, incredible wildlife viewing in the Kgalagadi, and so much more!

And then there is the world famed Okavango Delta; a destination of unsurpassable beauty where wildlife truly abounds and roams free in unfenced wilderness. The Delta offers safari experiences by land and by water, with sightings of Leopard, Lion, massive herds of Elephant, Cheetah, the endangered African Wild Dog, Hippo, and the list goes on. The variety of mammal and wildlife species is sure to captivate all who travel here.

North, bordering Zambia and Namibia is the Chobe River region which boasts massive elephant herds as well as water-based game viewing from houseboats.

Botswana is all about the exclusive safari experience. Whether travelling in a group or solo, Botswana is sure to captivate you, and with so many safari options available, you won’t need to go anywhere else.

BEST TIME TO TRAVEL TO NAMIBIA?

Botswana is a destination that can be experienced throughout the year as its different regions each offer their own spectacular experiences. Boundless Africa Safaris will recommend the most ideal time for your safari to commence, as each month and destination presents their own iconic sightings and experiences.

May to October falls under Namibia’s Dry Season which is the best time to view wildlife in the Parks. With nearly no rain falling within these months, the wildlife congregates around available water sources which makes them easier to find and view. These months offer respite from the heat experienced in Summer and is a perfect time for adventuring and exploring its dune and other landmarks whether by land or sky.

The climate during Namibia’s Wet Season (November to March) can be humid with high temperatures with localized rain often seen in the form of afternoon thunderstorms. While the dramatic skies are superb, wildlife will scatter throughout the parks as there will be more water and food sources available to them.

RECOMMENDED ITINERARY?

Botswana offers a multitude of experiences, and these suggested itineraries will inspire you in making your travel dreams a reality.

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