Why Safari in Botswana?
Botswana is Africa at its very best - untamed, vast expanses of wilderness, teeming with wildlife and alive with expectancy. The magnificent Okavango Delta and Chobe National Park form the nucleus of this ultimate African safari destination, where great herds and predators roam between the red sands of the Kalahari & the grand channels of the Okavango, Chobe and Linyanti rivers.
A population of only 2 million and a vast land mass, Botswana has a proud conservation history, with 45 per cent of land set aside for wildlife preservation. Animals move and migrate beyond the limits of the national parks, through a network of very large private concession areas.
Safari lodges in Botswana are often tented - constructed in national parks and wilderness areas. These facilities offer excellent accommodation, cuisine and service, accommodating between six and 24 guests in camps ranging from comfortable to sublime. The local tribes benefit directly from the granting of these private concessions.