Botswana - Okavango & Chobe

This Africa safari park offers a stark nature viewing contrast when compared to the Okavango Delta. Even though Makgadikgadi Pans are termed, dead lands, it possesses a diverse ecosystem with the changing of seasons from dry to wet resulting in a splendid migratory wildlife annual coordination.

The park is composed of riverine woodland, grassland and scrubland, and is home to a variety of wildlife like genet, caracal, lion, impala, zebra, wildebeest, jackal, bushbuck. You will see cheetah, leopard, brown and spotted hyena, kudu, porcupine and the possibility of sighting the rare white rhinoceros.

Here you will encounter an abundance of different species of birds. You’re sure to sight white-backed and lappet-faced vultures, martial eagles, bateleur, snake eagles, lanner and the splendid red-footed falcons.

Makgadikgadi Hotels

Meno a Kwena$$$$

Here, just eight, comfortable canvas tents offer exceptional views of the nearby Boteti River, which is a popular destination for various wildlife seeking to quench their thirsts. Each stylishly furnished tent is well hidden within its surrounds and features a lovely ensuite bathroom with authentic African showers. The camp has various look-out points and a natural rock plunge pool provides a welcome respite in between safari adventures. Guests can explore their surrounds on exceptional 4×4 ...

Meno a Kwena

San Camp$$$$

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