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chobe region botswana

Why visit Botswana

Botswana is one of the greatest safari destinations in Africa blessed with some of the most dramatic wildlife spectacles on earth; wild and organic without fences. Approximately 40% of the land falls within a wildlife protected area and these areas offer a sanctuary for the world’s largest concentration of elephant, and other endangered mammals such as the black rhino and African wild dog. Botswana is also home to the world’s largest inland Delta – The Okavango Delta – a place of incredible beauty and diversity where the waters are swallowed by the Kalahari Sand after passing through the system. Botswana lies at the heart of the Kalahari Desert with most of the country covered by desert sands. Another unique aspect of Botswana is the presence of rivers attracting large quantities of different wildlife in what is effectively a desert. Some of the rivers interconnect whilst some simply dissipate. Central Botswana was once part of a massive inland lake, the remnants of which are still visible in the unique geological features such as the largest salt pans in the world, the Makgadikgadi, a place of fascinating wildlife and endless horizons.

Lion: Picture Arne Muller



Where to go in Botswana

Chobe National Park
The Chobe National Park is in the Northern part of Botswana and lies along the Chobe River, which borders Botswana and Namibia. Chobe National Park is the second largest park in Botswana and home to Africa’s largest elephant population. Chobe is undoubtedly the best place in Africa to view herds of elephants, particularly in the water. Chobe is rich in ecosystems, diverse landscapes and an abundance of wildlife and birdlife all find refuge around the Chobe River. There are equally large herds of buffalo and zebra to be found here. The park also offers great lion and leopard sightings, while the river has a thriving colony of hippos and crocodiles. The park also hosts more unusual antelope species such as Roan and Sable, Puku, Tsessebe, Eland, Red Lechwe, Waterbuck, and the rare Chobe Bushbuck.

Okavango Delta
The Okavango is a UNESCO World Heritage Site as well as one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa. The Okavango Delta is a unique labyrinth of lagoons, lakes and hidden channels. The Okavango Delta – a phenomenon that can be observed by astronauts in space – is the largest inland delta in the world and a magnet for the wildlife who depend on the permanent waters. On the mainland and among the islands in the delta, lions, elephants, hyenas, wild dog, buffalo, hippo and crocodiles congregate with a variety of antelope and other smaller animals. The Okavango’s water is remarkably clean since it passes through very sparsely populated areas on its journey from Angola.

Moremi and Savuti
Moremi consists mainly of the Okavango River Delta where makoro (dug out canoes) trips can be taken through the labyrinth of reed channels offering a unique experience viewing wildlife from the water.

Savuti is a drier with huge Baobab trees. There is a large floodplain with size depicted by the quantity of water pushing through from the delta. Home to large herds of elephants, wild dog, leopard and large numbers of plains game.

Makgadikgadi Pans
The salt pans of Botswana provide some of the most dramatic scenery in Botswana. The salt pans of Makgadikgadi along with the Nxai Pans are considered the largest in the world. One of Africa’s biggest zebra populations makes this vista of white sand and salt their home. In Winter, when it is dry, the entire surface dances with mirages, while in the summer months, pale green shoots appear, and more than 50 000 wildebeest and Zebra migrate here. When rains fall during the wet season, the pans are filled with water and attract large flocks of flamingos, as well as big herds of zebra, springbok and wildebeest, followed closely by predators, making for fantastic game viewing.

Male lion (Panthera leo) crossing marshland, side view

When to visit Botswana

During the dry season and winter (May to October), the vegetation is less and animals concentrate around waterholes and rivers, making wildlife sightings easier. The skies are clear, rainfall is rate and there are fewer mosquitoes. It gets cold at night and in the mornings – pack warm clothing during June, July and August for morning game drives.


During the wet season and summer (November to April), the scenery is greener. Wildlife is easier to spot in the dry season, there will be plenty sightings of newborn animals and birds migrating. Rains are mostly short afternoon showers, except for January and February when the rain can continue for days. It gets very hot in October and November.

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Most Popular Tours In Botswana

24 Day Southern Africa Camping Adventure

24 days
Experience the Best of Six Southern Africa countries: South Africa, Botswana, Mozambique, Zimabwe, Zambia, Malawi, in one combined camping trip. A wide selection of highlights include: Dhow Trip, Mozambique Beaches, Chobe Game Drive, Victoria Falls, Zambezi Canoe Trip, Luangwa National Park, Lake Malawi, Mulanje Mountain Hike, Maputo & Kruger National Park.
  • Starts: Johannesburg
  • Ends: Johannesburg
  • Group Size: Max 16
  • Local Payment: N/A
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2018 rate from EUR 2,995 pps

20 Day Cape Town to Victoria Falls

20 days
This is a classic Safari from Cape Town to Victoria Falls and includes inceredible highlights such as the Namib Desert, Etosha National Park, The Okavango Delta, Chobe National park and the mighty Victoria Falls.
  • Starts: Cape Town
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  • Group Size: Max 24
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2018 Rate ZAR 32,950 pp and Activity Package from ZAR 19,560 pp. 2019 Rate ZAR 42,950 pp and Activity Package from ZAR 2,190 pp

21 Day Namibia & Botswana Budget Accommodated Adventure

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A true exploration of Namibia, Botswana - see it all!, All inclusive trip with cultural experience, adventure and wildlife.
  • Starts:Livingstone
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  • Group Size: Max 14
  • Rates: 2018 Rates from EUR 3,200 plus local payment ZAR 2,000 per person. 2019 Rates from EUR 3,480 
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2018 Rates from EUR 3,200 plus local payment ZAR 2,000 per person. 2019 Rates from EUR 3,480 

7 Day Botswana Luxury Tented Camp Safari

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Your Luxury Camping safari will start & end in Maun with a scenic charter fligh. First we go to the Xakanaxa region, where we explore the surrounding wilderness on game drives during the day. After 3 nights in the Moremi Game Reserve region, we take a slow drive through Moremi Game Reserve north-east towards the Khwai Community Area. We spend the following 3 nights in the Khwai Community Area at an exclusive campsite, exploring the Khwai floodplains on game drives both during the day and at night.
  • Starts:Maun
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  • Group Size: Max 9
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From USD 2,375.00 pps (Please note that price varies per month of travel)

14 Days Southern Magic Budget Accommodated Adventure

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The Southern African Magic offers an adventure holiday taking in some of southern Africa’s most popular and memorable highlights. Tried and tested over many years the tour offers very good value for money with new and exciting experiences each day, connecting you to the grass roots of Africa. Following your arrival in the City of Gold, (Johannesburg), the journey includes breath-taking scenery views and wildlife of Kruger, Matobo and Chobe National Parks, to the feeling of Zambezi river spray thundering out of the Batoka Gorge at Victoria Falls, to the quiet tranquillity of the Okavango Delta. This two week adventure covers a range of landscapes, a variety of game-parks and a breadth of experiences to introduce you to Africa’s depth and variety, showing you the ‘magic’ of southern Africa – an area rich in culture, beauty and background. This is one of our most popular open age Small Group tours, with departures all year round. It is an excellent introduction to this wonderful continent.

  • Duration: 14 Days
  • Starts:Johannesburg, South Africa
  • Ends: Johannesburg, South Africa
  • Group Size: Max 9
  • Rates:2017 Rates from ZAR 22,880 plus USD 1,380 mandatory Safari Pass per person. 2018 Rates from ZAR 26,500 plus USD 1,420 pp mandatory Safari Pass paid on day of departure.
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7 Days Botswana Classic Moremi Safari

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  • Duration: 7 Days
  • Starts: Maun, Botswana
  • Ends: Maun, Botswana
  • Group Size: Min 2 - Max 6 passengers per vehicle
  • Rates:Green Season (Mar-Jun / Nov) USD 2,253.75 per person sharing & Peak Season (Jul-Oct) USD 2,860.00 per person sharing
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