Botswana remains in the public imagination one of the iconic destinations of Africa. From the Kalahari desert and the water world of the Okavango Delta to the shimmering salt pans of Makgadikgadi and the thundering elephant herds of Chobe, there are sights to see which leave even the most experienced Africa hand thrilled and amazed.
Botswana has focused on exclusive tourism, and while there are many safari options available from mobile tented camping to walking and riding safaris, most of the Lodges in Botswana are very well designed and more often luxurious than other surrounding destinations.
The Uyaphi team has selected a portfolio of Botswana lodges and accommodation divided into four regions to fit into your custom made itinerary. Looking for Botswana safari options then click here.
- Okavango Delta LodgesOkavango Delta offers an incredible wildlife and wilderness sanctuary that is set in a magical water world surrounded by the Kalahari Desert, 1000 kilometers from the nearest ocean. Wildlife activities at these lodges are either water-based or land-based or a combination of the two.
- Kalahari Desert LodgesCombine two of Botswana's best-kept secrets, the Central Kalahari Game Reserve and the Makgadikgadi Pans: a world of vast open plains, saltpans and ancient riverbeds awaits you. With the summer rains, observe the migration of antelope and zebra as they attract the attention of lion and leopard, not to be missed.
- Savute LodgesSafari lodges and camps along either the Savuti channel or marsh were fantastic year round game viewing is on offer. Wildlife includes lions, elephants, cheetah, African wild dog and spotted hyena amongst others, birdlife is also one of this regions highlights (especially in the Summer months).
- Linyanti LodgesThere is a limited number of Lodges and Camps within this pristine and remote region of Botswana, privacy and exclusivity are part and parcel of your safari here. The Linyanti area abounds with Lion, Elephant, and Buffalo as well as in summer some of the best bird watching in Southern Africa.