Equally gripping is the Makgadikgadi Pans, an expanse of dazzling whiter-than-white salt pans in the famous Kalahari Desert, and the Central Kalahari Game Reserve, a protected area filled with grasslands and dune desert – this is home to the country’s Bushmen. Whilst all Botswana’s national parks amaze, Chobe National Park, probably the most famous, is home to one of the highest concentrations of game on the African continent. Here we can book for you to stay in one of the many safari lodges and enjoy a little bushman living and spot up to 15 different species of animals on any one game drive – including The Big Five
At the end of each action-packed day, you can enjoy blood-red sunsets and sleep under a dome of stars. For most, Botswana is all about safari, but culture-lovers may want to explore the incredible rock art site Tsodilo Hills, nicknamed the ‘Louvre of the Desert.
However, it’s worth knowing that Botswana is at the high end on the cost scale. The reason for
this is that the government have decided to go down the route of high end, low impact tourism making it ecologically friendly and sustainable. It also means that you can enjoy a very private safari without the crowds. But, as your travel P.A. we can ensure you get the most out of your money when you visit Botswana, ensuring a tailor-made and unforgettable experience.