Home to giants
Chobe National Park takes its name from the Chobe River which forms the northern boundary of the park. From the lush floodplains in the North to the Savuti marshes in the South - Chobe offers travellers a diverse experience, rich in sights and sounds.
The masses of elephant herds that gather around the Chobe River between June and October.
Take a look at some of our camps and tours in Chobe National Park
A jewel embedded in the heart of the Kalahari Desert
The Okavango delta is an oasis that offers travellers an immersion into a world of wetland islands and waterways, which are teeming with wildlife and luscious vegetation.
An abundance of wildlife from the safety of a traditional canoe (mokoro).
Moremi Wildlife Reserve: home to the greatest concentration of wildlife in Africa.
Take a look at some of our camps and tours in Okavango Delta
Land of red earth
There is something undeniably magical about the Kalahari Desert. It is a feast for the eyes and the soul. In spite of its semi-arid landscape; the Kalahari is full of life.
The Central Kalahari Game Reserve - one of the largest in the world.
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An exclusive affair
These private reserves that border the Caprivi Strip offer travellers private and exclusive wetland tours.
Amazing game viewing along the wetlands particularly from June to October.
Take a look at some of our camps and tours in the Linyanti, Selinda & Kwando
Between the Baobabs
Nestled in the eastern parts of Botswana, where the Shahse and Limpopo rivers meet: the Tuli Block is a rich landscape characterised by rocky outcrops, majestic Baobabs, and protected wildlife.
Remnants of ancient rock paintings by the ancestors of the San People.
Take a look at some of our camps and tours in the Tuli Block
Where the heavens meet Salted Earth
The largest salt pans on earth situated in North-East Botswana; the Makgadikgadi Pans are a rare and beautiful sight for any adventurer. Infinite horizons of blue sky and bare earth make for an other-worldly experience.
Unhidden wildlife and untainted African night skies.
Kubu Island - an island of granite - considered a sacred site by the indigenous people in the area, arguably one of the most incredible places on earth.
Take a look at some of our camps and tours in the Makgadikgadi Pans
Where predators roam
15,000 square miles of conservation area that touches both South Africa and Botswana. The Kgalagadi Transfrontier National Park is known for its superb wildlife viewing, immense bird-life, and vast landscapes.
Large Mammalian predators: black-maned Kalahari lions, Namibian cheetahs, leopards, and hyenas.
Take a look at some of our camps and tours in the Kgalagadi