The best time to visit Botswana National Parks and Game Reserves is from May to September, during the dry season and winter, the temperatures are moderate and favorable for any traveler, In addition, the Okavango is flooded from June to October. Wildlife viewing is good year-round.
Kalahari Plains Camp, Overlooking An Immense Grassy And Fertile Pan With Endless Horizons And Beautiful Skies, Is Raised Off The Ground To Catch The Breeze And Take In Sweeping Views....
Kings Pool Overlooks The Oxbow-Shaped Kings Pool Lagoon In The Linyanti Wildlife Reserve. The Accommodation Here Is Luxurious, The Wildlife Spectacular.
Kwetsani, One Of The Most Remote Camps In The Okavango, Is Situated On An Elongated Island Covered With Palm, Mangosteen And Fig Trees And Offers Excellent Land And Water Activities.
Little Mombo Lives Up To Its Name: A Smaller, More Intimate Version Of Mombo Camp, Yet With The Same High Standards.
Little Tubu Offers An Exceptional And Intimate Bush Experience For Just Six Guests. The Camp Has Been Designed To Blend Seamlessly Into The Surrounding Environment And Maximise Its Views...
Little Vumbura Is Situated On A Beautiful Okavango Island Where Its Six Tented Rooms Are Shaded By The Canopy Of An Ancient Okavango Delta Fores
Mombo Camp Lies Within The Moremi Game Reserve; Its Location And Productive Habitat Mean That It Offers Arguably The Best Big Game Viewing In Botswana
A True Water Camp, Pelo Camp Is Ideal For The Adventurous Traveller Wanting That Classic, Traditional Delta Experience
Blessed with some of the greatest wildlife & birding, Botswana is one of the great safari destinations in Africa.
On the Okavango's doorstep, Maun has some of the best lodges and camps with riverside advantage
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