Botswana is a country committed to preserving its natural heritage and wildlife habitats.
Skilled naturalist guides will lead you on sunset cruises through winding Okavango Delta channels.
Home to oryx and other animals, the Kalahari is the world's largest wildlife reserve.
Discover Botswana’s diverse ecosystems, from the fossilized salt pans of the Kalahari Desert to the emerald waterways of the Okavango Delta.
During mokoro rides in the Okavango Delta, you'll see hippos skimming the placid water's surface.
Giraffes, zebras, hippos, elephants—all the wildlife you’d hope to see during safari is found in Botswana; what you won’t find are crowds of tourists. A commitment to small-scale eco-travel is sustaining vast animal populations in the country—one-sixth of its territory is dedicated to permanent, well-managed wildlife sanctuaries.
Botswana Explorer Safari This new itinerary focuses on Botswana's most remote private reserves. 10-day tours from $7,595