Meet the Meerkats!
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.
A meerkat’s day is busy, they have a lot to do and food to find, they spend most of their day foraging. You’ll note one member of the clan will be on the lookout duty, keeping an eye out for danger.
As you spend some time with them, usually about an hour either morning or afternoon, you will see their individual personalities come to light. Some naughty, some bossy and some just too cute for words but one thing is certain – this is an experience that will remain with you for many years and one that will be hard to duplicate. .
The meerkats can be visited at any time of year, but the best time would be after rainy season is over (so roughly speaking April to October). Camp Kalahari, Jack’s Camp and San Camp all incorporate a visit to the meerkats into their activities.
If this is an activity that you would love to do, just ask one of our Botswana Specialists and they will be happy to organise this for you.