Travel Guide to Botswana
Botswana is one of the world's most exciting travel destinations for exploring wildlife and offers some of the best wildlife safaris you'll find.

The natural beauty of Botswana is found in its land formations, its wilderness, wildlife and its cultural diversity. To travel Botswana offers an unique experience in exploring wildlife, birds and game in its
natural state.

Malaria is endemic to most parts of the country and anti-malarial precautions should be taken.

Parks & Reserves
From the ancient baobabs of the Makgadikgadi Pans Game Reserve, the vast open land of the Central Kalahari Game Reserve, the sand dunes of the Kgalagadi, to the savannah grasslands of Chobe National Park and the mophane woodland of the Tuli Game Reserve there is a wide variety of wildlife in Botswana.

However it is in the Okavango Delta and Moremi Game Reserve that visitors will find unforgettable beauty.

Travel Options
Most of the camps (or lodges) in Botswana cannot be reached by own
vehicle. People often get lost as the tracks are not clearly visible and most private vehicles are not equipped to handle the conditions.

We suggest that you join a safari - unless you are familiar with the country.

Most safaris start at Maun or Kasane. Both are connected to major
airports in Southern Africa or easily reached by car. Botswana has one
of the largest varieties as well as concentrations of wild animals in
the world and is a birders paradise. Encounter the Big Five whilst on
safari at any of the exclusive lodges.
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