5 Reasons to go on Safari in Botswana
Safari in Africa is one of the most awe-inspiring and memorable holidays you could ever experience. From seeing the animals in their natural habitat, to stunning sunrises and sunsets and the depth of African culture that is deeply moving and engaging. Our safari in Botswana is no different, in fact it is one of the best countries in Arica to visit if Safari is high up on your adventure holiday destination list. The combination of amazing wild life and outdoor private camps are the ultimate safari experience. See why below:
Outstanding wildlife experience
Botswana is renowned across Africa for operating some of the most forward thinking conservation policies anywhere, as a result of this you are able to find a wildlife experience here that is among the finest around.
Fully exclusive private camps
The best way to enjoy your safari in Botswana is in your own private camps. This has been built this way to ensure exclusivity throughout. By having your own private team of chefs, guides, porters and security allows the days schedule to be catered specifically to your requirements.
Standard of guiding
Guiding on a safari in Botswana is of the highest order, and is on many levels the key to your enjoyment and levels of engagement with the very wilderness you have come to visit. Our guides are trained to the highest possible level and have many years’ experience guiding in the Okavango Delta.
Safety in Botswana private camps
Naturally safety is of prime concern, the camps are not in fenced areas and located, by design, in prime wildlife viewing areas. By selecting the guiding and security teams we have, you can be sure that you will be able to enjoy the wildlife of the area in complete safety.
Lightweight mobile camps such as those proposed for your safari in Botswana, besides providing among the finest wildlife experiences in Africa, ensure that we do so in a manner that is not detrimental to the areas in which we operate. This will be noticeable throughout your safari and ensure that these key wildlife conservation areas are protected for many generations to come.