The untamed and untameable stunning beauty. Botswana is one of the last great refuges for Nature’s magnificent pageantry of life. Experience the vast isolation of the astoundingly prolific wildlife of the best kept African secret.
Where to go in Botswana
These are the reasons why distinguished travellers like you choose Botswana. Click on each attraction title to learn more.
Chobe National Park
The Chobe National Park is a vast eco-diverse park along the Chobe River, known for larger-than-life elephant herds, rich birdlife and a variety of other game.
The Okavango Delta is a vast inland river delta in northern Botswana. This certified world heritage site is known for its sprawling flood plains that change with the seasons, meaning no two trips are the same.
Moremi Game Reserve
The Moremi Game Reserve occupies the east and central areas of the Delta. Traverse the mighty river in authentic dugout canoes, witnessing the majesty of hippopotomus, lions and more.
Maun is a town on the Thamalakane River, north of Botswana. Here you will find an abundance of hippopotomus, lions and rhinoceros, as it borders the famous Okavango Delta.
Located along the Linyanti Fault Line, Linyanti is home to the Savute Channel and an abundance of wildlife. Enjoy the casual appearance of zebra, elephant and a mix of large predators for extra thrills.
Central Kalahari Game Reserve
Among the largest protected areas in Africa, the Central Kalahari offers a wildlife experience unlike any other. Appearing as a barren stretch of sand, this habitat bursts into life when you least expect it.
When to visit
The weather is hot most of the year, particularly Oct–Dec. The dry season (May–Oct) is a popular time to visit, when wildlife-viewing reaches its peak and large numbers of elephants gather along the Chobe Riverfront.
Roads may become impassable during the rainy months (Nov–Apr), though this is also prime birdwatching time. The Okavango Delta – is hot most of the year, particularly Oct–Dec. Some roads may become impassable in the wet season (Nov–Mar). The drier months (Jul–Oct) are a popular time to visit, when wildlife-viewing reaches a peak.
The Okavango Delta’s unique seasonal flooding occurs Jun–Aug, during the dry season. May–Aug sees warm days with cool nights. Moremi Game Reserve – The weather is hot most of the year, particularly Oct–Dec. The drier months (May–Oct) are a popular time to visit, when wildlife viewing reaches a peak.
The Okavango Delta’s seasonal flooding usually occurs Jun–Aug. Roads may become impassable during the wet season (Nov–Mar). Maun – Dec–Jan and Mar–May are common times to visit Maun. It’s hot most of the year, particularly Oct–Dec. The Okavango Delta’s seasonal flooding occurs during the dry season (Jun–Aug), when wildlife-viewing on the delta and in the Moremi Game Reserve is at its peak. Roads in the reserve may become impassable in the wet season (Nov–Mar).