The Republic of Botswana a country that has deservedly gained the reputation as a world class safari destination.
One of Africa’s last true wilderness areas, an ecologically sensitive World Heritage site and the home to a mind expanding number of animals and birds, some both threatened and endangered. The Okavango is one of the few intact ecosystems left and one of the few water sources in the Kalahari Desert. Read more.
A word that is synonymous with Elephants. Chobe is the pachyderm capital of the world. Nowhere else on earth can boast the sheer numbers and concentration of these majestic animals as they gather in the hundreds along the Chobe flood plain towards the end of the dry season. Read more.
The Kalahari is not a traditional desert of rolling sand dunes, rather it is an old desert, a place in which both flora and fauna have adapted over millennia to survive. Read more.
Nxai and Makgadikgadi Pans are spectacular at any time of year, but after the rains and before the onset of winter, they truly blossom. The remnant of a vast ancient lake bed, the pans posses a stark beauty. Read more.
Xai Xai, is a village of JU/’hoansi Bushman and Babanderu people in one of the last very remote areas of the Kalahari. It offers a unique and exclusive possibility to experience the life of huntergatherers in the beautiful setting of the Aha Hills. Read more.
“The smoke that thunders” is an apt description of this magnificent waterfall. It is also a wonderful place to wash off the sands of the Kalahari at the end of a safari, and we recommend a stay at the elegant Victoria Falls Hotel, especially if you have never set eyes on what Dr. Livingstone described as “Scenes so lovely must have been gazed upon by angels in their flight”. Read more.