This landlocked country is famous for its excellent safari opportunities in diverse habitats. Combine water-based game viewing on boat trips or in a traditional mokoro (dugout canoe), with land-based game viewing, for the best of both worlds.
Botswana has a well-established tourism industry with high levels of service, however, tourism numbers are low because many of the safari areas are in remote places, far off the beaten track. Much of the country is only accessed by light aircraft, so it remains a wild and beautiful place.
What to see in Botswana
The Okavango Delta is a truly special place. This unique ecosystem is in a remote area, and has almost 300 different bird species and 50 mammal species.
Chobe’s high concentration of elephant, Savute’s mysterious Savute Channel, the Makgadikgadi Pans of the Kalahari Desert and the Land of Giants in Tuli Block; these areas all remain remote natural wilderness areas just waiting for you to explore them.