If you crave the thrill of a luxurious adventure safari there is nowhere that compares to the wild plains of Botswana.

The Linyanti region, where you can watch as hundreds of buffalo run through the open fields is not to be missed. There’s the white shimmering salt pans of Makgadikgadi and the unforgettable elephants of Chobe. The Chobe Region is famous for having the highest concentration of wildlife on the African continent.
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With a semi-arid climate, but high rainfall over the summer months, Botswana is usually a lush and colourful environment. The blazing African sun may feed the bountiful flora in the area, but calls for all visitors to slather on a layer of sunscreen and fit themselves with a wide sun hat.

Entering Botswana is straightforward provided you are carrying a valid passport. Visas are available on arrival for most nationalities and are issued in no time. Get ready to dive into the real wild side, to come within touching distance of some of the famous ‘Big Five’.

As the sun sets and you begin to head back to civilisation, you can look forward to easing into sublime comfort with 5-star lodging and incomparable service. All in all, Botswana is a place that definitely needs to be on the bucket list.

Regions

The Central Kalahari Reserve is a huge expanse of unexplored wilderness. Wildlife such as wildebeest and giraffe roam the grasslands, making for a unforgettable safari experience.

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Tucked away in the remote north-western corner of the Chobe National Park is Camp Linyanti. The unspoilt pride of Botswana, the Linyanti area is known as the best game sight in the country.

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Maun is a local town in Botswana known for its tourism. This rustic tribal capital is the headquarters for trips to the Okavango Delta.

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Savute is a main attraction in Botswana. It boasts an abundance and variety of predators such as the rarely spotted leopard.

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Featured Tours

This journey is a very special one as it focus not only on conservation initiatives, but also on sustainability and community as these elements are all inter-related. Therefore, throughout the itinerary you will be exposed to ‘Environment is at the heart’ along with a number of meaningful themes.

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Lying in the middle of the largest expanse of sand on earth the Okavango Delta is one of Africa’s most amazing, sensitive and complex environments supporting a spectacle of wilderness and wildlife. This itinerary visits 3 distinctive areas in the delta that showcase the most amazing wildlife to visitors.

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10 Days
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Destinations: Botswana, Okavango
Set off on a colonial-style grand railway journey from the elegant capital of Pretoria to the thundering waters of the spectacular Victoria Falls. Discover magnificent wildlife and breathtaking landscapes as you safari through Botswana, and indulge in a Kalahari safari where you can sleep beneath open skies and gaze in wonder at some of Africa’s brightest stars. Enjoy the ultimate in private luxury accommodation throughout, with dedicated service and an array of enticing activities that are guaranteed to make your romantic holiday simply unforgettable.

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Traveling with your other half to Africa, strolling on the wild plains, enjoying the breath-taking starry sky would definitely be the most wondferful decision you made for your honeymoon option. Visit the world renowned Victoria Falls and hold your partner’s hand when you are crossing the bridge over the Falls, It’s THE moment that you will never forget. There are also some spectacular reserves that host large herds of impala, blue wildebeest, giraffe and buffalo as well as the world’s highest density of elephant.

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Africans have always revered great story tellers since this is the way their history has been passed through generations. This journey will share with you the story of David Livingston, allow you to interact with the Sango Family which is the original inhabitants of the Khwai area, and endemic San bushmen learning how they hunt for food including meat, vegetables and nuts; make medicines and even how they play games together.

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11 Days
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Destinations: Botswana, Victoria Falls

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