Botswana TravelThe Republic of Botswana is a landlocked nation in southern Africa. Formerly known as the British protectorate of Bechuanaland, it is bordered by South Africa, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The economy is closely tied to South Africa. The country is dominated by the Kalahari Desert, which covers up to 70% of the land surface of the country.
The Okavango Delta is the largest inland delta in the world, offers great scenic beauty and sustains phenomenal numbers of wildlife,both water based such as crocodile, hippo and various fish species to plains game; all of which can be viewed from game vehicles and various types of waterborne craft. Most travel in Botswana includes either the Okavango Delta or Moremi.
The summer season begins in November and ends in March. It usually brings very high temperatures. However, summer is also the rainy season, and cloud coverage and rain can cool things down considerably, although only usually for a short period of time. The prime winter travel season begins in May and ends in August. This is also the dry season when virtually no rainfall occurs. Winter days are invariably sunny and warm; however, evening and night temperatures can drop below freezing point in some areas, especially in the southwest.
Our seasoned and experienced Botswana Travel consultants will guide you through the booking process of booking your safari based on your requirements, budgets and expectations.
Travel in Botswana
We offer various styles of travel in Botswana from walking and overlanding to luxury camping and fly in safaris. Each type of travel has its own advantages, designed to suit your needs, requirements and budget.
The best time to travel Botswana is May to October, when the Okavango Delta is in flood and the temperatures are cooler.
Botswana, known as the jewel of Africa; untouched and unspoilt and home to some of Africa's most diverse wildlife and scenery.
Home of such iconic destinations as the Kalahari Desert, the Okavango Delta and the shimmering salt pans of Makgadikgadi. The variety of habitats is matched by its diverse wildlife, a true haven for explorers.