Travel to Botswana with high expectations because it’s almost impossible to be disappointed by a visit.

Unique wildlife encounters are the main reason people travel to Botswana.  And yes, they’re just as magical as you hope they will be.

Even the most disinterested person would find it hard to not be captivated by Botswana’s wildlife. It’s an intimate experience that will take a forever space in your heart – and possibly a new perspective on life.

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Why visit Botswana:

Botswana is one of the best safari destinations in Africa, and offers a totally unique experience for travellers.

From Chobe National Park to the Okavango Delta, Botswana has no shortage of expansive wildlife terrain. If watching wild elephants roam is on your travel bucket list, you will simply be spoilt in Botswana.

Botswana now has the highest concentration of elephants in the region, but they’re far from the only wildlife you might encounter during your travels. Big cats, wild dogs and many other animals call Botswana’s land, waters and skies home.

Botswana’s grounds are still largely untouched, with safari lodges in short supply – and the prices at a premium because of it. You don’t need to be rich to experience Botswana’s largely untouched grounds and immerse yourself in the middle of the wilderness. A self drive trip is the possibly the best way to see Botswana. It’s affordable, it’s fun and you’ll be as close to nature as you can possibly get if you choose to wild camp too.

Something unique: Wild Camping in the African bush

Botswana may have more wild camping opportunities than gated lodges, making it the perfect place to get closer to nature. Here’s everything you need to know before you go.


Go prepared: What to pack for a Botswana safari

If your trip to Botswana is going to be your first safari experience, make sure you go prepared. Here’s what to wear, what to pack and what to leave behind when going on an African safari adventure.


PLAN YOUR Botswana TRIP: Okavango on a budget

Visiting the Okavango Delta is a bucket list experience that many people can only dream of. Here’s how to do it on a (very tight!) budget and enjoy the same benefits for a fraction of the cost.