Botswana’s Okavango Delta is maze of waterways and game-packed islands. We share our five favourite things to do in this incredible wilderness.
Our safari experts travel all over Botswana’s top reserves: Chobe, the Okavango Delta and Kalahari. From the long list of lodges and camps they have visited, they carefully picked 10 of their favourites.
What better way to experience a Chobe River safari than aboard a luxury houseboat; gazing out at wildlife and your ever-changing view.
Travel expert Erika Costa recently returned from a 6-day safari in the Okavango Delta where she saw wild dogs, hyena pups, leopard, lion, elephant swimming across a river - and much, much more. Read about her incredible experiences and her reviews of the Wilderness Safaris lodges.
The ins and outs of exploring the Okavango Delta - from getting to Maun in northern Botswana and making your way into and out of the untamed delta to the unforgettably scenic charter flights over this massive wetland system.
When visiting the Okavango, should you stay at a water-based camp on a forested island deep in the delta or a land-based camp in one of the private concessions? Here’s a closer look at the pros and cons of each, so you can confidently make that crucial decision.
One of the last truly wild places left on earth - the Okavango Delta is the natural gem of Botswana. Here are four of the best ways to explore the magnificent delta.
Explore the waterways of the Chobe River aboard the exquisite Zambezi Queen, deep in Botswana’s untouched interior. Large herds of elephants converge on its lush banks, creating an unforgettable setting to an exceptional safari experience.
Intrepid Traveller Lisa Loverro's latest adventure sees her visiting the Jewel of the Chobe River, The Zambezi Queen.
With the launch of Air Botswana’s convenient direct flights Cape Town / Maun / Cape Town, Southern Africa’s Travel team were spoiled with a number of invitations to visit some of the best properties in this magical country.
Charlotte, one of Southern Africa Travel Team's explorers, recently got to return to Botswana travelling with Wilderness Safaris....
Southern Africa Travel staff member, Robyn Leatherby, tells us the story of her unforgettable trip to Botswana hosted by Sanctuary Safaris.
She visits Stanley’s Camp, Baines’ Camp, and Chiefs Camp in the Okavango Delta, Chobe Chilwero in the Chobe Game Reserve, and Sussi and Chuma next to the Victoria Falls in Zambia; where she was pampered by lodge staff, relaxed by the Chobe River, saw lion on a zebra kill, slept in tree houses, and played with elephants - all normal, everyday events on a safari to Botswana and Victoria Falls.