Botswana and Okavango Delta
Botswana is dominated by the Kalahari Desert, which covers up to 70% of its land surface. However, the life giving Okavango River, which has no outlet to the sea, empties onto the deserts sands, irrigating the Okavango’s waterways, giving rise to some of Botswana’s prolific and diverse wildlife. Northern Botswana has one of the few remaining large populations of the endangered African Wild Dog.
During the high rain fall months of April through to October, many game lodges and camps offer a choice of game viewing by “mokoro” (traditional dugout canoe) or motorized boats. When water levels are low (December through to March), morning, afternoon and evening game drives are an option in open 4x4 vehicles.
Okavango Delta - Xakanaxa Lagoon, Tree Lodge & East African-style safari tents.
Okavango Delta - Nxaragha Island, Lodge & En-suite East African-style Safari Tents.
Chobe National Park, Luxury Game Lodge
Central Kalahari, Lodge and Eight Chalets
Okavango Delta - Chief’s Island, 'Lethaka' (reed) En-Suite Chalets.
Okavango Delta - Xaxaba Island, En-suite Luxury Tents On Raised Wooden Decks.
Chobe National Park, Luxury "Meru Styled" Safari Tents.
Moremi Wildlife Reserve, En-suite Luxury Tents
Makgadikgadi Pans National Park, Luxury Thatch Suites with en-suite bathrooms.
Okavango Delta, Luxury Chalets.
Okavango Delta, walk-in mini Meru tents.
Chobe National Park, timber and thatched chalets.
Zambezi River - Zambia, Eight Large Tents.
Okavango Delta, Large Raised Reed & Thatch Lagoon Facing Chalets.
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