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Botswana is one of the most exclusive and luxury safari destinations thanks to its government’s focus on quality experiences and conservation rather than mass tourism. Most camps and lodges are kept to around 16 guests or fewer, so you’re unlikely to see many other vehicles when out in the bush – which makes a safari in Botswana extra-special.

The Okavango Delta

The Okavango Delta is why most people come here – it’s the epitome of untouched nature. And the variety of activities is also a huge draw – including game viewing by mokoro canoe.


Chobe National Park

A light aircraft flight away is Chobe National Park where large numbers of buffalo, impala and kudu graze on the plains, attracting predators such as lion, cheetah and leopard.


For a huge contrast, you might consider time in the Kalahari with its starkly beautiful landscapes. Although this isn’t the best place for big 5 game viewing there’s wildlife that you won’t see in the Delta – from meerkats to bat-eared foxes.



I really recommend combining your trip to Botswana with a few days at Victoria Falls – they really are spectacular – and there’s a wide range of accommodation for some welcome R&R after your time on safari.


Make sure you choose a safari lodge where you can spend the night under the stars on a sleep-out deck. It’s an unforgettable experience.

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