Discover Botswana

Botswana is one of the true, remaining wilderness areas in Africa. 35% of the country is dedicated to conservation and Botswana has the 2nd largest area (in percentage terms) allocated to nature, of any country in the world. This is a country committed to conserving its abundant wildlife.

Explore Botswana

A landscape of desert and water, plains and forests with an abundance of wildlife that stuns the senses.

Itineraries to Botswana

Our range of suggested itineraries that offer a true flavour of what this magical country has to offer. Of course we can also create a completely bespoke journey if you so wish.

Wonderful Places To Stay In Botswana

Our hand-picked selection of the best, the most unusual and the most intrigiung places to stay.

Full Service Tented Mobile Safari

A genuine mobile safari for those looking for a more adventurous safari experience in Botswana. This outstanding mobile safari gives you an opportunity to gain an insight into areas and wildlife not necessarily available on a typical fly-in safari. The standard of guiding is exceptional, and some departures are operated as 'photographic safaris' conducted by a specialist guide.

Abundant Wildlife

It is also home to one of Africa’s great natural attractions – the Okavango Delta, a wetland within a desert, getting its waters from rain falling in central Africa over 1000km away, and sustaining a huge diversity of wildlife.

But there is much more to Botswana. Chobe National Park (incorporating Savute) is renowned for its predator and Elephant populations; Moremi Game Reserve has an amazing variety of wildlife; the Tuli Block offers great game viewing, archeological and conservation projects and easy access from South Africa; and the Boteti River on the western boundary of the Makgadikgadi Pans National Park encompasses cultural and wilderness experiences.

The best time to visit the country is April–October (the dry season), with highest rainfall December– February (mid-summer) and the other months being the ‘in-between’ months.

Botswana Travel Tips

We’ve put together a useful range of travel tips for Botswana which you can find here. For additional travel advice from the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (FCO) please visit

Botswana was fabulous, exclusive and the game viewing excellent. We saw a herd of 700 buffalo! Prides of lions, leopards up trees and preparing for a kill, elephants galore including a herd of 28, a family of Rhino and loads of zebra, impala & baboons!

africa collection guest, botswana & mozambique september 2013