One country safari – Botswana

January 19th 2021  |   Botswana, Countries  |  by   Lucinda Rome
One country safari – Botswana

Botswana is an exceptional safari destination, a rare combination of desert and delta, coupled with staggering amounts of wildlife. If you want a classic safari amid Africa’s iconic animals, with wonderful guiding and lovely accommodation then look no further than this irresistible paradise. Zip between safari areas by light aircraft and it’s easy to combine so many different habitats and landscapes – you’ll be amazed how much variety there is in just one country.

Here are some of the highlights of a one country safari in Botswana:

Safari Activities Galore
Never a dull moment with a greater range of safari activities than almost anywhere else: day and night wildlife drives, guided bush walks,  riding safaris, boating, mobile or self-drive safaris, and cultural encounters.

Jack's Camp, bush walk

Walking with the San Bushmen at Jack’s Camp

Few Tourists
A whopping 38% of land is protected for wildlife and nature conservation. The low impact tourism policy ensures strictly controlled visitor numbers so the safari areas are crowd-free.

Low impact tourism in an incredible wilderness allows exceptional wildlife viewing away from the crowds. Pelo Camp

Superb Wildlife Viewing
Arguably the best wildlife viewing on the continent, with the likes of Mombo Camp on Chief’s Island in the Okavango Delta renown for exceptional predator and prey activity and Chobe choc-full of enormous elephants.

Mombo Camp, Botswana

Hyena and wild dog stand off near Mombo Camp

The Okavango Delta
Beautiful and tranquil – one of the seven natural wonders of Africa – it’s home to an astounding array of birds and wildlife. Gliding through the watery channels is without compare.

Jao Camp, mokoro

Enjoying a mokoro trip from Jao Camp

A Glorious Range of Camps and Lodges 
Terrific accommodation from classic tented camps to out of this world luxury, home to some of the continent’s finest guides.

Zarafa Dhow Suites, Botswana

Some of Africa’s most exclusive camps are found in Botswana’s wildlife areas. Zarafa Dhow Suites

Great for Families
A wonderful choice for families with specialist children’s guides and several camps offering specific children’s programmes.

Two girls with magnifying glasses with safari guide, Seba Camp, Okavango Delta, Botswana

Learning about the wildlife at Seba Camp

Unique Wildlife Interactions
Great for the appeal factor too – who wouldn’t be charmed spending a morning chilling out with habituated meerkats or an afternoon with the elephant herd at Abu’s Camp?

Abu Camp star bed

Spend the night sleeping above the elephant boma at Abu Camp for a truly unique African experience

Animal Migrations
The second largest migration in Africa when in February, around 75,000 zebra and wildebeest flock to the Makgadikgadi grasslands.

San Camp, zebra and wildebeest migration

The zebra and wildebeest migration heading across the Makgadikgadi Pans. San Camp

Options For Every Budget
Don’t be deceived by the cost. Yes, some camps are deservedly pricey but there are options to suit every budget from an expedition style mobile to a bucket list extravaganza.

Luxurious accommodation, Uncharted Safaris, Okavango Delta, Botswana

Private mobile safari with Uncharted Africa

What Next?

If you like what you’ve read here about our one country safaris in Botswana and want to find out more, do get in touch – chatting to people by phone or email is what we do best. We listen, we explain, we answer all sorts of questions even those you didn’t know to ask, and finally we make suggestions. If this is your first time to Africa or your twenty first, we have a team standing by to help make the planning easy and the journey the best ever. Please get in touch whatever stage you’re at.

5 responses to “One country safari – Botswana”

  1. Lorato says:

    Wow! These are the works of the creator of the universe! The beauty of his fingers! Forever proud of my country, my Botswana!

  2. Deborah prior says:

    Looking at safari in Botswana for next year… could you please send me some info

  3. Stoan.M.K says:

    I m a local could you please forward info about relatively affordable safari places tht offer packages…. especially for groups, nd family both in the delta, pans…

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