Book Cheap Flights to Botswana
Botswana is a fascinating landlocked country brimmed with awe-inspiring landscapes and savage wilderness. Alive with culture and tradition, Botswana is a country full of breath-taking national parks, intriguing local culture and history, endless plains, and remarkable wildlife. There's no doubt the country is hands down one of the sought-after safari destinations in Africa, offering travellers to witness the endangered species of African elephants and wild dogs. Botswana has long lured a steady stream of safari goers from all corners of the globe. However, the country is far from ordinary and is one of the world's least-developed countries, often referred to as the 'Gem of Africa'.
The country keeps its sightseers accommodated during the trip with heart-pumping activities, a compelling blend of wildlife adventure, and glimpsing Africa's sheer natural magnificence. From spotting elephants in Chobe National Park to seeing the endangered African rhinos at the Khama Rhino Sanctuary, there is no shortage of natural African adventure in Botswana. The country is one of the world's least population densities, making it an ideal peaceful safari destination. Botswana is a perfect retreat for globetrotters who are keen to take a beaten path to discover the region's natural hidden splendours.
Best Places to Visit in Botswana
Linyanti Wildlife Reserve
Linyanti Wildlife Reserve is a diverse game reserve that occupies a total area of 275,000 acres, perched on the southern banks of the Linyanti River. It is one of the premier safari areas in Africa, and the reserve lures a plethora of well-heeled adventurous travellers. The Linyanti Wildlife Reserve ensures plenty of wildlife spotting opportunities, such as large herds of Kalahari elephant, lions, wild dogs, hippo, and crocodile.
Chobe National Park
Chobe National Park is one of the most visited national parks, stretches over an area of 10,566 km², situated in northern Botswana. It boasts a spell-binding setting with remarkable wildlife and splendid vistas of awe-inspiring landscapes: marshland, flood plains, savannah, grasslands, AND woodland. Undeniably Chobe National Park is wonderfully diverse, worldwide known for its elephant population.
Okavango Delta is hands down one of the sought-after tourist attractions in Africa, luring millions of wanderers annually from all corners of the globe. It is the world's biggest inland delta, often referred to as the "Jewel of the Kalahari". However, the river is defined as the ‘river which never finds the sea.’
The Vumbura Plains Camp is one of the most breathtakingly beautiful camps in the 90,000-hectare private Kwedi Concession in the northern Okavango Delta. In addition, the Okavango is one of the world's largest inland deltas. If you're looking for a lavish safari camp, then consider your stay at Vumbura Plains Camp.