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Take a trip to Botswana

From the magic of immense deltas to the power of Victoria Falls, every moment spent in Botswana will leave you with lasting memories. Pack your backpack and embark on a journey to the heart of wild Africa.
As soon as you arrive, you'll be immediately captivated by the immensity of the plains of the Okavango Delta. This true oasis in the heart of the desert offers a unique experience where you can venture out in a mokoro, a traditional pirogue, to explore the winding papyrus-lined canals and observe hippos and crocodiles in their natural habitat. Continue your journey to Chobe Park, known for its impressive concentration of elephants. Don't miss the Moremi Game Reserve, a veritable paradise for birdwatchers. With its picturesque lagoons, verdant grasslands and lush forests.
And what about the Kalahari Desert, an endless expanse of red dunes and vast arid plains? Meet the San tribes, the original inhabitants, and discover their traditional way of life, their customs and their incredible knowledge of nature.

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Five ideas for guided tours in Botswana

  • Kalahari Desert

    The Kalahari Desert, which stretches across seven countries, is much more than just a stretch of sand. It’s a world apart, where nature reveals its raw, untamed beauty. Start your exploration in the Central Kalahari Game Reserve, a vast expanse where animals blend into the desert landscape. Admire the mighty Kalahari lions, renowned for their adaptation to this hostile environment, and watch desert elephants moving gracefully across the plains. Continue your adventure to the Makgadikgadi Pans region, a vast salty expanse that transforms into a veritable paradise after the seasonal rains. Explore the Nata Bird Sanctuary, where you can observe an incredible diversity of migratory birds congregating around marshes and lakes. And don’t miss a visit to the Kubu Bay sea lion colony, a fascinating sight. For an authentic experience, meet the Bushmen, the original inhabitants of the Kalahari Desert.

  • Serowe

    Nestled in picturesque landscapes, Serowe invites you to a unique experience of unspoilt traditions and warm hospitality. You’ll begin your exploration at the Khama Rhino Sanctuary, home to a diverse range of wildlife, including majestic rhinos. Continue your journey to the Khama III Memorial Museum, which traces the fascinating history of Serowe and the Bamangwato people. Discover captivating exhibits on local royalty, traditional crafts and the cultural significance of the village. Don’t miss a visit to Moremi Gorge, a spectacular gorge carved by erosion over the centuries.

  • Makgadikgadi National Park

    Start your exploration at Sua Pan, a dry lake that transforms into a glistening salt landscape as far as the eye can see. Walk across this magical expanse and admire the sparkling reflections that create a symphony of colors. Then venture into the vast plains of Makgadikgadi Park, where you’ll encounter iconic wildlife. Don’t miss a visit to the famous Chapman’s Baobab, an iconic tree thousands of years old. This venerable giant is a silent witness to the region’s turbulent history. Enjoy the cool shade it offers and soak up its ancestral energy. For a unique experience, meet the local communities of the Nxai people. Immerse yourself in their culture and discover their traditions, spellbinding music and warm hospitality.

  • Moremi Reserve

    Get ready to plunge into a world of exploration and wonder at the heart of this exceptional reserve. It all begins in the Xakanaxa region, where the beauty of nature is revealed at every turn. Sail along winding canals lined with majestic date palms and flowering acacias. Watch crocodiles bask on the banks and hippos cool off in the waters. Continue your adventure to the famous Third Bridge area, renowned for its incredible concentration of predators. It’s here in the Moremi Game Reserve that you can spot majestic lions preparing for the hunt, leopards camouflaging in the trees and elegant cheetahs stalking their prey. Don’t miss a visit to Savuti Lagoon, a magical place where elephants come to quench their thirst. Next, explore the Khwai region, where nature abounds in all its diversity. Explore the vast plains and watch herds of buffalo and zebra move in harmony. Get your camera ready to capture spectacular shots of wild animals in their natural habitat.

  • Selinda reserve

    Welcome to the Selinda Game Reserve, an unspoilt sanctuary nestled between the Okavango Delta and the Chobe Game Reserve, this fascinating destination offers travelers an authentic wilderness experience. Prepare to be dazzled by the diversity of wildlife that reigns in this reserve. On unforgettable safaris, you’ll see the famous Big Five (lions, elephants, buffalo, leopard and rhino) and a host of other fascinating species. Let our expert guides show you the secrets of this extraordinary reserve. For a unique experience, visit the Selinda hot springs. These natural oases offer an ideal opportunity to relax and recharge amidst picturesque scenery. Let yourself be enveloped by the soothing waters, while watching wildlife quench their thirst in the vicinity of these oases.

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