Nature’s magnificent pageantry of life

One of the few remaining true wilderness destinations and unspoilt by mass tourism, Botswana offers an unparalleled safari destination to both the first time safari traveller and the seasoned safari enthusiast.

With diverse and contrasting game viewing areas on offer, including the pristine Okavango Delta, the famous Chobe River, the rugged savannas of the Savute, the lush marshlands of the exclusive Linyanti concession areas, combined with the vast lunar landscapes of the Makgadikgadi Pans and the renowned Central Kalahari, Botswana is a land of incomparable safari destinations.

Travel & Country Information

A valid passport and visa are required.

No mandatory vaccines, however, malaria prophylaxis is strongly advised.

The capital of Botswana is Gabarone, and is divided into 10 districts: Southern District; South-East District; Kweneng District; Kgatleng District; Central District; North-East District; Ngamiland District; Kgalagadi District; Chobe District and Ghanzi District.

  • Sir Seretse Khama International Airport, Gaborone
  • Maun Airport, Maun
  • Kasane Airport, Kasane
  • Francistown, Airport

The currency of Botswana is the Pula (P)



Madagascar has 2 seasons: rainy season from December to March with tropical storms experience in the eastern and northern parts of the island, and the dry season from April to November. The best time to visit for wildlife is between September and December.

Current is 220 volts. A three-point round-pin adapter plug should be brought for your electrical appliances. Such adapters are also available at major airports.

Bottled water is recommended in the bush.

Elephant population

Largest on the continent


World’s largest producer

Kalahari Desert

Covers 80% of Botswana

1000th UNESCO World Heritage Site

Okavango Delta

San Bushmen

Oldest inhabitants of the world

Okavango Delta

World’s largest inland delta

Self-drive Tours