These Botswana safari itineraries vary between short 3-day Fly-in trips, to 12-day mobile camping safaris. With accommodation options that range from absolute opulence through deluxe style, to classic safari lodge and finally two-man domed tent.
Choose your Experience
Premier: Ultimate Spoil-Yourself Safaris
Romantic: Engaging Honeymoon Get-a-Ways
Classic: Enter a Timeless Landscape
Self-drive: Your Personal Journey Across Botswana
Mobile Camping: Explore the Freedom of Adventure
These itineraries are not your complete vacation.
Any itinerary can include a side-trip to the majestic Victoria Falls, a tropical beach break in Mozambique or Durban, a soujourn in Cape Town's wineland estates. Or even a trip along the Garden Route.
These Botswana Safari packages all depart by flight from Johannesburg. Some land at Victoria Falls where your journey starts, and head south. The majority, however, land in Maun - "The Gateway to Okavango Delta". All tours end with a flight back to Johannesburg.
Speak to us about combining your Botswana safari with any of these exciting holiday add-ons.
Your Year Round Wildlife Safari Destination
Why the Fly In Safari
The light aircraft (pictured above), is how you generally get from lodge to lodge on many of our safari packages...
Best Time to Visit Botswana
Changing seasons and changing reasons. An overview to help you decide...
How to Get to Botswana
By air and road - with a map of departure points and destinations...
From premier lodges and luxury tented camps to rustic camping or lodge - see your options, as well as suitability for families...
Best Game Viewing
Read up on some of the best game drive areas, walking safaris and game viewing by boat...
Self-drive Botswana Holidays
Self-drive safari guide to Botswana including advice on the best routes, border post times...
Main Driving Routes
Best advice on travelling around Botswana by road...
Climate and Seasons
An overview of what to expect during the Dry, Wet and Green Seasons...
The varied environments of Botswana, make the country an incredible safari experience. There are lush riverine waterways, delta flood-plains of papyrus studded with a multitude of islands, open and rugged semi-desert, and, finally the vast silences of the salt pans.
And all within quick reach of each other, by light aircraft.
This provides differing habitats for different animal and bird species as well as climate related annual migrations of animals. Depending on the time of year, and where you are in botswana you will be sure to have a unique experience.
Read about these different safari destintions:
Chobe River and Game Reserve
Makgadikgadi Salt Pans
Moremi and its Wild Dogs
Waterways of Okavango Delta
Ancient Tsodilo Hills