There is so much to see within Botswana and myriad ways to see it all; from walking safaris, quad bikes, horses, helicopters, Mokoro and boats, Botswana might just have it all.
A must-visit destination, the Makgadikgadi Pan – a salt pan – is located in the middle of the Savanna and is one of the largest in the world. Immerse yourself in this unique environment by driving across the lunar expanse on a quad bike, enjoy a bushman walk at Jack’s Camp, or feel like a character from a bygone era as you spend an afternoon horseback riding across the vast desert at San Camp.
Africa is a nature-lover’s paradise, so for a close-up experience reminiscent of how safaris originally were, lace up your boots and go on a guided walking safari along the banks of the Khwai River.
For the patient saints among us, Hyena Pan’s hides – nestled on the edge of a watering hole – offer a whole new way to wildlife watch. Sit back, relax and watch the animals come to you.