Okavango Delta – World’s largest inland delta and jewel of the Kalahari. The Okavango Delta is home to over 200,000 animals that roam the area giving color to whole Delta and the Moremi Reserve.
Kalahari Desert – Unique Botswana’s ecosystem
The Kalahari Bushmen for their traditional way of life for centuries. (Watch the comedy movie – The Gods Must Be Crazy)
Chobe National Park for its huge herds of elephants.
Tsodilo Hills for its over 4500 ancient rock art paintings – A UNESCO World Heritage Site
Makgadikgadi Pans – a remnant of the famous and ancient Lake Makgadikgadi that was once larger than Switzerland drying up thousands of years ago. Also, experience the spectacular migration of zebra and wildebeest – the second biggest in Africa, and the last remaining in Southern Africa
Central Kalahari Game Reserve – The world’s second largest game reserve with a land area of 52800 sq km, and bigger than Denmark or Switzerland. It is also famous for the bestselling Cry of the Kalahari written by researchers Mark and Delia Owens.
The unique Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park shared by South Africa and Botswana. It was declared as Southern Africa’s first peace park between the two bordering countries by former South African President Thabo Mbeki and former President Festus Mogae of Botswana.
Northern Tuli & Mashatu Game Reserves – Dubbed as the The Land of Giants due to the wildlife giants that roam its wilderness, enormous Baobab and Mashatu trees and rocky protrusions all sizes of stones and pebbles coupled with the red sand spread all over the place, a striking feature of Tuli that is not found in any other part of Botswana.
Khama Rhino Sanctuary – Botswana’s first endorsed rhino sanctuary for its reintroduction of rhinos into the wild.
Selinda Reserve – Made famous in Dereck and Beverly Joubert’s National Geographic films (Ultimate Enemies, Hunting with the Moon, The African Diaries), the Selinda Reserve is home to the hippo-killing lions along the dynamic Selinda Spillway.
Savute Channel & Marsh – Mysterious channel that has kept researchers fascinated for many years. In 2008, the channel experienced a flow that restored the Savuti Marsh embracing the myriad assortments of aquatic life from hippo, crocodile, fish to waterbird. The Savute area (sometimes spelt Savuti) is one of the best African safari destination covering an area of 5000 km² within Chobe National Park in Botswana.
Linyanti wilderness – The Linyanti region is sandwiched between the Okavango Delta to the south and Chobe to the east offering a faultless natural oasis in Botswana with an air of untouched beauty teeming with wildlife.