A lush region of marshlands and plains, the Okavango Delta teems with wildlife who migrate in perfect time with the delta's seasonal floods. Here you can see a variety of endangered species, including the cheetah, the African lion and the white rhino. Come and be enthralled by the rare and remarkable animals who call the region home.
The Tsodilo Hills are a UNESCO World Heritage Site, protected for the remarkable ancient art on display. Thousands of human figures and animals have been daubed onto the rocks here – it’s believed that some date back 20,000 years. Visit independently or as part of a safari tour and get a fascinating glimpse into the past.
The Moremi Game Reserve, situated in the lush landscapes of the Okavango River Delta, is home to many endangered species. Travel to this protected paradise and you can snap photos of the Big Five, spot local birdlife from a mokoro (a traditional canoe), and camp out under the stars in a luxury lodge or safari tent.
Head to northern Botswana to explore this spectacular national park, where the river floodplains have helped to cultivate a healthy and diverse ecosystem. Observe the local wildlife on a boat trip down the Chobe River or enjoy a drive through the plains in a 4X4. Whether you visit for the day or stay overnight, Chobe is a must-see.
During the dry season, the salt flats within Makgadikgadi Pans spread out towards the horizon like an alien landscape – a glittering white terrain of cracked, salted earth as far as the eye can see. Journey across these awe-inspiring, silent salt pans on a quad bike, explore in a 4X4, or enjoy a guided tour on foot.