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Safari Tours/Trips in Botswana

Find a Safari trip that explores Botswana. There are 11 tours to choose from, that range in length from 3 days up to 14 days. The most popular month for these tours is April, which has the most tour departures.

11 Safari trips through Botswana

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Highlights

  • Cruise along sparkling channels in a dugout canoe or enjoy a 4x4 tour of flourishing wildlife in the Okavango Delta.
  • Catch predators in action at the Moremi Game Reserve. Observe the behaviour of hippos, crocodiles, lions whilst listening to the chorus of exotic bird species.
  • Get up close with rehabilitated white rhinos, zebra and wildebeest at the Khama Rhino Sanctuary.
  • Enjoy thrilling game drives among Baobab trees and get a chance to see the rare African wild dogs and elephant herds of the Chobe National Park.
  • Marvel at the remote and deserted landscape of the Central Kalahari Game Reserve. Go animal tracking with San Bushmen and learn about their amazing survival strategies.
  • Be there in time for the great migration of zebras at Makgadikgadi Pan.
  • Admire the wonderful spectacle of nature as the dry pans of the Nxai Pan National Park fill up with rainwater during the wet season, transforming into lush grasslands.
  • Explore the Savuti marsh land in search of warthogs and impalas and watch epic clashes between giraffes, lions and hyenas struggling to find their own spot to graze.

Tips

  • Stay alert as wild animals, including elephants and monkeys, often wander into unfenced campsites.
  • Ensure that your tent is completely zipped up when you retreat for the night.
  • Be wary of the dangers posed by snakes and scorpions. Always shake off your shoes before putting them on. Wear long pants and boots during walks in the bush.
  • Don’t forget to bring your binoculars to view the amazing birdlife at the Okavango Delta. Look out for slaty egrets, Pel’s fishing owl and herons.
  • Warm clothes are necessary on early morning game drives as temperatures can dip to single digits during the months of May to August.
  • Elephants with flapping ears are a sign of danger and a warning signal for you to be prepared or retreat..
  • Do not cut-off or interfere in a wild animal’s line of retreat. This may provoke the animal to become aggressive.
  • Be extra cautious around wildlife when they’re near their young ones.