Botswana spoils the visitor for choice in its range of areas. Chobe Enclave is a concession of nearly two and a half thousand square kilometres. The Kalahari Reserve needs no introduction: home to the San Bushmen, this is a spectacular desert landscape. The Okavango Delta is a world famous destination. These and other areas offer varied luxury and frontier accommodation, from luxury lodge to mobile camp. If you would like to find out more about any of our luxury and frontier Botswana destinations, then please do give one of our destination specialists a call. Meanwhile, do have a browse.
While Botswana’s rightly known for the likes of the Okavango, there’s much by way of variety of area. Linyanti is a private concession to which a huge range of fauna retreats in the winter months. Moremi Game Reserve is an oasis for wildlife-lovers and photographers. The twin Kwando Concessions, especially during the dry season from June to October, offer exceptional opportunities to observe wildlife alongside some truly top-notch guides.
As said, accommodation in these areas and elsewhere in Botswana spans everything from the luxury to the wild. There are remote tented camps as well as thatched safari lodges in such exotically-named locales as the Kalahari’s Hyena Island, ‘camps’ such as Kings Pool that one could be forgiven for mistaken for a top-flight hotel or villa, and truly distinctive luxury wildlife camps such as Stanley’s Camp in the Okavango Delta.
Activities include helicopter and elephant safaris, experiencing the culture of the local tribes or travelling the landscape by quad bike. Often these can be unique to a particular place; walking with semi-habituated elephants at Stanley’s Camp, for instance, or undertaking a canoe safari in a traditional Mokoro in the Okavango Delta.