October is HOT! – This is when Botswana sees its highest temperatures which are regularly over 40 degrees C during the day and warm nights in the low 20s are the norm.read more
Once you are hooked on the idea of a safari, you will start looking into where to go, what to do, and of course, the million dollar question ‘how much will it cost?’read more
September sees a change in climate as winter has all but drawn to a close. The sun shines brightly in the blue sky and it’s dry and hot!read more
Once you have decided on Botswana as your safari destination – and trust us, you won’t be disappointed – you have several more decisions to make.read more
If you are planning on visiting the Okavango Delta, then hopefully you have a mokoro trip on your list – it offers a different dimension to your safari.read more
We’ve put our heads together to find some of the more unusual experiences that Botswana has to offer.
We’ll bring you more of these over the next couple of months, so be sure to check back and see what we have to recommend.read more
We’ve know all about the Big 5, these mighty beasts are a draw card for many safari destinations, but did you know the phrase Big 5 was originally coined by hunters as these 5 animals were considered the most difficult and dangerous to hunt?read more
African wild dogs – lycaon pictus, painted dogs, African hunting dogs, whatever you call them these beautiful animals are high of the wish list of many wildlife enthusiasts.read more
Victoria Falls – An easy extension to a Botswana Safari.
We do know that Victoria Falls is not in Botswana, but it’s just a stone’s throw from Chobe and if you are visiting that area of Botswana it would be a shame to miss this amazing site of natural beauty.
You will be woken early, depending on the time of year it can be as early as 5 am but don’t worry there will be plenty of time to catch up on sleep later.read more