Safaris in Botswana provide excellent game viewing with large herds of elephants, prides of lion, migrating wildebeest accompanied by zebras and many other animals.  From the tranquil beauty of the Okavango Delta to the huge expansive Kalahari Desert to the plains of Savuti leading to the riverine vegetation along the banks of the Chobe River Botswana is a hugely varied country.

You can take a mobile safari camping each evening mixed with staying in lodges or though slightly more expensive there are fly-in safaris for those who would prefer a more convenient means of travel through the country.  In addition there are opportunities to take a safari on horse back, riding out across the plains in absolute wilderness areas.

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Below are just some sample outline itineraries to give you a few ideas for a superb safari in Botswana.

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Classic Botswana

A safari exploring the classic game viewing areas in Botswana of Chobe, Moremi and the Okavango Delta over 10 days.

Prices from £3,732 per person travelling in June including international return flights from London

Explore Botswana

The Okavango Delta, Moremi and the Linyanti wetlands, are all highlights of Botswana’s wilderness areas. This safari offers a full and extraordinary range of places, people and activities that will complete an unforgettable safari. In addition there is the option of extending the safari to visit the Nxai Pan National Park or the Central Kalahari Game Reserve.

Prices from £5,059 per person travelling in June including international return flights from London

Explore Botswana safari

Romance of Botswana in luxury

A safari staying in elegant and stylish camps combining luxury, superbly designed architecture with the warm comforts of home and personal service. Each camp has its own individual style and as well as each tent having an en-suite bathroom often there is an outdoor shower under the stars too.

Prices from £7,927 per person travelling in June including international return flights from London

Botswana Safari

Botswana Odyssey

This nature and wildlife focused route explores the wilderness of the Kalahari Desert,  the animals of Moremi and ends with exploring the crystal clear waterways of the Okavango Delta.

Prices from £4,507 per person travelling in June including international return flights from London

Best of Botswana

An Exclusive Private mobile camping safari

This exploration safari explores the Best of Botswana including the Okavango Delta, the largest inland delta system in the world, Moremi, Savuti and Chobe.  Safaris are conducted on foot on land, traditional mokoros on water and game drives day or night on land.

Prices from £3,183 per person travelling in June including international return flights from London

Best of Botswana Safari

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You can have a good safari in Botswana any month of the year but the weather may not be the best at certain times plus some properties close over the rainy season.  In summary the key climatic points to think about are:

The rainy season runs from late October through to the end of February.  During this time there is a mini migration into the Kalahari Desert with wildebeest and zebra moving out onto the open plains of the Makgadikgadi where there is plenty of water around and the flowers bloom with masses of colour.  In the Okavango Delta the bird life is prolific with winter migrants from Europe and elsewhere breeding and the passerine migrants are still around before departing to other parts of Africa.

March through to May is a time when the Okavango Delta starts to fill with waters flowing down from the Angolan highlands in the far north reaching the highest point of the flood normally during May/June. It is also a very beautiful time with vibrant greens and lovely clear air – great for photography.

June through September into mid-October is the dry season when the game viewing becomes easier as the animals gather around those water holes with permanent water supply, the long grasses are either grazed down or have dried and fallen, and leaves have fallen from the trees giving great visibility.  August is normally the time when Carmine Bee-eaters return to nest in the riverbanks and the start of the nesting season for “local ” birds.