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Tours in Botswana

Tours of Botswana allow you to explore the untouched landscapes with expert guides, take a boat trip along the Okavango River or enjoy a fly in safari and see the planes below. You can also combine your Botswana tour with Zimbabwe, Zambia and Namibia.

Browse our selection of tours below or chat with one of our Destination Specialists to plan your tailor made Botswana tour. Our Botswana in Style - Maun to Maun 7 day safari is the ideal tour for those wanting to explore the best of Botswana. This itinerary can be combined with other tours in Africa, or simply enjoyed on its own for a wonderful week’s safari. Fly in to Moremi Wildlife Reserve from Maun and take game drives with expert guides. Next is Chobe National Park, which is well known for its huge population of elephants. Fly to Okavango Delta, where you can enjoy a cruise by sunset, take a canoe and see some incredible animals.

To tie your Botswana tour in with other stunning African destinations, book our Victoria Falls, Chobe & Okavango Delta Safari. See the thundering waters of Victoria Falls before taking in the lions, elephants, eagles and more in Botswana’s Chobe National Park and Okavango Delta. Alternatively, ourare ideal for families. Spend a few days taking your little ones to see the lions, elephants and more in the Okavango Delta and Chobe National Park. All of the staff have been specially trained to work with children, and safety is their first concern. There are special meals and activities for younger guests, as well as plenty for adults too.

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Grand Tour of Botswana

 

Botswana is renowned for its abundance of wildlife parks which make up nearly one-fifth of the country. With attractions such as Chobe National Park, Moremi National Park in the Okavango Delta and the Central Kalahari Game Reserve, this 14 day...

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Grand Tour of Botswana
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Victoria Falls & Chobe

 

Our Victoria Falls & Chobe six day tour takes you on a journey from the natural wonder of Victoria Falls to the wildlife-abundant Chobe. Victoria Falls, known to locals as ‘The Smoke That Thunders’ - is one of the seven...

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Victoria Falls & Chobe

Expert Tips

Martyn

Destination Manager

“Make sure you visit Makgadikgadi Pan between December and March for the annual zebra migration. It’s the only time you’ll see such a huge gathering of zebras and wildebeest, and the accompanying predators that follow.”

Christie

Destination Executive

“Pack warm clothes that you can layer. As hot as Botswana can get, some parts can get extremely cold, particularly in the mornings. Believe it or not, you might want to pack gloves.”

Nick

Senior Destination Manager

“Visit the Tsodilo Hills for a fascinating look at historic wall art dated as far back as AD 700.”

Frequently Asked Questions

The Botswana pula is the official currency of Botswana, and is divided into 100 thebe. Pula is a synonym for rain – in light of the Kalahari Desert and lack of rain here, emphasising the value of the pula. ATMs are common in cities and large towns, and their currency exchange rate is usually better than ones given at banks. 

The official languages of Botswana are English and Setswana; the majority of locals here will have no problem conversing with you in English.

Botswana enjoys its dry season from May to September and, generally speaking, this is the best time for safari experiences as you’ll find the highest concentration of wildlife gathering around waterholes and in the wetlands of the flooded delta.

A wonderfully varied expanse of densely populated wetlands, lagoons, brush and savannah, Botswana is regarded as one of the finest safari destinations in all of Africa. Witness the stunning Big Five in their natural habitat, spanning an incredibly diverse and untouched wildnerness just begging to be explored.

Why you'll love Botswana...

• Sipping chilled sundowners on a Zambezi River cruise
• Spotting black-maned lions in the Kalahari Desert
• Catching the Nxai Pan annual zebra migration(from December to March)
• Safari through the Okavango Delta by mokoro
• Journeying through the waterways of Chobe National Park
• Taking in the vast savannahs by air
• Scanning the skies for crested crane and African fish eagles at Moremi Game Reserve
• Flying in to lavish Belmont Eagle Island Lodge
• Witnessing the awe-inspiring Victoria Falls
• Thrilling 4x4 game drives
• Tracking rare aardwolves and wildebeest on the Makgadikgadi Pan
• Walking with the San bushmen trackers in Nxai Pan

Did you know?

• Botswana and Zambia share one of the world’s shortest borders, at just 700 metres long.
• Botswana is home to the largest concentration of elephants in the world, with as many as 50,000 elephants roaming free, in and around Chobe National Park alone
• Often referred to as the ‘Louvre of the desert’, UNESCO World Heritage site Tsodilo Hills is home to one of the world’s biggest collections of rock art, with an estimated 4,500 paintings across over 400 sites discovered so far.

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