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What we love
- Botswana’s people are notoriously warm and friendly, and happy to share their stories around a campfire under the stars.
- Explore the delta in a mokoro canoe, allowing a peaceful observance of the plentiful wildlife and nature like you see nowhere else.
- Botswana’s capital, Gaborone, is known for its game reserves, Kgale Hill “The Sleeping Giant”, as well as local art and cultural displays.
- The unique lodges are set in the most exclusive and secluded areas.
With huge herds of African wildlife roaming unrestricted between the Kalahari and the Okavango Delta, Botswana is devoted to national parks, guaranteeing a superb big game safari experience in untouched wilderness. Botswana is known for having the largest elephant population in Africa, with Chobe National Park being a traveller’s paradise for viewing these elegant giants.
The Okavango Delta is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with exciting wildlife throughout the year. Visitors from June to August can observe the animals migrating after the rainy season, while later in the year the summertime transforms the bush into lush green plains, drawing grazers like zebra, wildebeest, and impala antelope with their new-borns, along with a flurry of colourful migratory birds.
Magnificent Masai 🦁
Unique as the largest of the world’s few inland deltas, the placid waters and lush indigenous forests offer a safe haven for innumerable bird and wildlife species. A matrix of palm-dotted islands, flood plains and woodland, the 77,000 hectare private concession typifies the region’s unique landscape. Many consider Duba Plains to be the Okavango’s Masai Mara because of the sheer volume of wildlife.
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