Best time to visit July to October and May to June.
A land of stunning contrasts, from the lush Okavango Delta to the stunning scenery of the Kalahari Desert, you can safari by water or land! In the Kalahari get out to the Makgadikgadi and Naxi salt pans and walk with the Kalahari Bushman. The Okavango Delta where 10 billion tons of water enter each year, allows you to see hippos from your mokoro (wooden dugout canoe) and see prolific birdlife. Linyanti is home to the endangered painted hunting dogs and has a great mix of water and wildlife. Chobe National park in the north east is known for its elephant population which can be viewed by4x4 vehicles or by boat. Abu Camp provides guests with the extraordinary privilege of interacting with and being part of an elephant herd. Guests can ride and walk with the herd through the bush. This is possibly the ultimate elephant educational safari. Savute a remote and wild corner of Chobe National park offers the greatest concentration of lion. Participate in a Rhino Reintroduction Fund Fly in Safari. With less than 40 rhinos left in Botswana’s national parks this is an extraordinary opportunity, to not only get close to the rhino ,but raise funds and awareness for this project.