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Botswana, a landlocked country of unhindered natural beauty, nestled in the center of Southern Africa and spans an impressive 225 000 square miles. A population density of only 2.1 million people total, makes Botswana one of the most sparsely populated countries in the world, leaving vast uninhabited spans of unspoiled wilderness for its teaming wildlife to roam within as they please. More than a third of the country’s total land mass is devoted to wildlife protected areas in the form of National Parks, National reserves and wildlife management areas. Botswana is a true wildlife haven to some of Africa’s most iconic, most sort after and sadly also most endangered species.
With an unparalleled wildlife experience and its continuous drive to conserve Africa’s wild heritage, Botswana has become the destination of choice for most wildlife enthusiasts, observing its exciting wildlife in pristine surrounds. Some of the most memorable and aspiring wildlife images in the world were drawn from this game rich country.
Our Botswana wildlife tours offer an abundance of wildlife encounters and photographic opportunities in vastly diverse ecosystems, which will leave you longing to return. Large herds of elephant, young and old line the banks of the Chobe River for an afternoon drink. The high predator density of lion, hyena and leopard in the Okavango Delta will ensure an adrenaline packed adventure. The Moremi Game Reserve houses one of few strongholds for the critically endangered African Wild Dog as well as the fastest land mammal on earth, the slender yet agile Cheetah.
Botswana gained its independence from Britain in 1966, where after its strong economy sustained by diamonds has seen the country grow from strength to strength. Botswana is also considered to be the least corrupt country in Africa and combined with an ever-constant growth in eco-tourism and an admirable dedication to its wildlife, this beautiful country has rightfully secured its place as one of Africa’s must visit safari destinations. Our Botswana wildlife tours are undoubtedly a unique experience not to be missed!
18 Jun 2019 - 29 Jun 2019
28 Jun 2020 - 9 Jul 2020