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Go Botswana & experience amazing wildlife safari adventure travelling in open jeeps and boats in search of elephants, giraffes, lions and exotic birds before resting up in comfortable tented camps, house boat and even a home stay.

Botswana wildlife Safari is the best way to go on adventure journey. It’s something to watch nature documentaries from the comfort of your couch-it’s definitely another thing to wake up close and personal using the wildlife of Botswana. Go Botswana & experience amazing wildlife safari adventure travelling in open jeeps and boats looking for elephants, giraffes, lions and exotic birds before resting up in comfortable tented camps, house boat and even a home stay. Be sure to pack the digital camera-it could just be the most important piece of gear you bring along with you. Botswana is home to some magnificent wildlife viewing which primarily involves the traditional African plains.

A Botswana wildlife safari, however, is different, the place to find a plethora of wildlife in some extreme wildlife habitats, from the arid salt pans of the south to the wetland ‘swamps’ from the Okavango Delta and Moremi Reserve as well as the luscious flood plains from the Chobe River. These areas provide unique ecosystems where some dramatic wildlife sightings can be experienced. Botswana Safari Adventure is really a trust worthy tours which is found in Botswana. There are lots of best Botswana safari providers having a wide range of safari choices which range from Wildlife safaris to the most commonly known tourist destinations in Botswana such as the Okavango Delta, Khama Rhino Sanctuary, Kalahari Desert, Gemsbok National Park and Tuli Block. A number of different areas can be appropriate for your safari depending on what you wish to see and when you wish to travel, whether it is honeymoon safari, family safari, small group safari or private luxury safari. Wildlife sightings improve and more frequent as the dry season progresses, from June through October, as wildlife converges in areas having a consistent water supply so may be slightly simpler to predict. Since these herds of herbivores converge on disappearing waterways, predators follow, making for exciting times as travellers watch the brutality of Africa unfold before their eyes.

Wildlife & National Park tours in Botswana

Wildlife safaris, Cultural Safaris, Birding safaris due to the different bird species which our beautiful country is endowed with like the Fish Eagles, Ostriches, Flamingoes, Kori Bustard, King Fisher Darter and Secretary Bird. The interesting areas of our safaris would be the Canoes and Motorboat Safaris in Makoro. They are basically performed within the Okavango delta. Nature Walks and Hiking Tours with the Bush, and Boat Cruises across the Zambezi River.

Bostwana Wildlife Safari Adventure – 10 Days Itinerary Tour

Day 1 Livingstone:

Arrive at any time. Arrival transfer included.

Day 2 Kasane/Chobe River:

Cross the border into Botswana and transfer to some private home around the Chobe River for any unique homestay experience. Choose to have a sunset photography river cruise for wildlife viewing having an expert photography/wildlife guide.

Day 3 Chobe National Park:

In morning, have a slow gamedrive across the southern bank from the Chobe River. Later, travel deeper in to the Chobe wilderness to Ghoha Hills, with spectacular views from the surrounding bush. Enjoy late afternoon game viewing in open vehicles round the hills and waterholes looking for elephants, lions, hippos and giraffes, to mention a few.

Day 4-5 Khwai River/Moremi Area:

Drive to the Khwai River area bordering Moremi Game Reserve via Savuti. With astounding wildlife, this region has been rated one of the best for game viewing in the world. Begin morning and afternoon open vehicle game drives as time passes to relax in the comfortable tented camp.

Day 6 Maun:

After a morning game drive, transfer to the frontier town of Maun. Option to shop and take a scenic flight over the delta.

Day 7-8 Okavango Delta:

Transfer towards the houseboat, our home for the following 2 nights within the Okavango Delta, the world’s largest inland delta. Travelling by houseboat permits us to explore a far more secluded part of the delta, taking small boats in to the channels and waterways for wildlife viewing and bird watching. Choose to go fishing or on the cultural excursion to Tsoldilo Hills to see ancient San Bushman rock paintings, or relax on deck having a cool drink watching the passing scenery.

Day 9 Livingstone:

Transfer by van and ferry crossing back into Zambia. Option to visit Victoria Falls.

Day 10 Livingstone: Depart at any time.