Mammals & Birds Species Checklist
Vast untamed unfenced wilderness areas
Prolific wildlife sightings of Africa’s mega mammals
Excellent predator sightings
The best country to view Wild Dog
The largest Elephant herds in Africa
Mokoro (traditional canoe) rides in the Okavango Delta
Excellent bird life with over 600 indigenous species
OKAVANGO DELTA Learn More
Most of the planet’s great rivers find their end in the oceans. The Okavango or “river that never finds the sea” is different; filtered by endless reed beds, its crystal clear waters spill onto the dry Kalahari sands of central Botswana creating a checkerboard of waterways and island savannahs brimming with life.
LINYANTI Learn More
Derek and Beverly Joubert’s dramatic “Eternal Enemies” which narrates the troubled relationship between Lion and Hyena was filmed in this area and guests may well bear witness to encounters between these everlasting enemies. This is one of the most reliable reserves in Africa for Wild Dog.
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An incredible 30,000 Elephant thrive here and you can be assured of numerous incredible encounters with these magnificent giants. During the dry season a cross section of mammals come to quench their thirst in the cool waters of the picturesque Chobe River.
MAKGADIKGADI IN THE KALAHARI Learn More
Spectacular vistas, friendly Meerkats and unique desert wildlife come together to create an unforgettable African desert safari experience. Top of many peoples wish list is the highly sought after Brown Hyena as well as black-maned Kalahari Lions.
Botswana is a year round travel destination. Game viewing is most productive in the dry season of June to October, but it does get hot towards October. February to April is the best time to witness the incredible zebra and wildebeest migration in the Kalahari.