Chobe National Park

Home to the largest concentration of African elephants in southern Africa, this renowned safari destination is a wildlife paradise and a must see when visiting Botswana. At 11 700km2, Chobe offers a contrast of rivers, forest areas, and marshlands, with an abundance of wildlife and prime game viewing opportunities.

The park is broken in to 4 main areas; the Chobe riverfront, the Linyanti swamps, Savute, and Nogatsaa. Each of these areas provides a unique safari experience, and each is renowned for world-class game viewing.

Moremi Game Reserve

Renowned as being one of the most beautiful game reserves within Africa, the Moremi Game Reserve offers an abundance of both wildlife and birdlife combined. Unique delta scenery combined with Mopane forests and open floodplains, Moremi Game Reserve covers approximately 4 871km2 and is named after Chief Moremi who was instrumental in getting his people to set aside the land in 1963. The reserve has been extended twice since its inception, once to incorporate Chief’s Island in 1976 and again in 1992 to fall in line with the new land use plan for Ngamiland.

Makgadikgadi National Park

Both the Makgadikgadi National Park and the salt pans offer a complete contrasting destination to any other within Botswana. The Makgadikgadi covers an area of approximately 12 000km2 including both the salt pans and the game reserve. It is a seasonal destination in terms of the zebra and wildebeest migration, but with the Boteti River now flowing, the reserve is fast becoming a haven for permanent wildlife population. In contrast to the game reserve, is the dry lake bed called the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans which are the largest in the world. In the wet season and dependant on good rainfall, the dry salt pans transform into powder blue lakes stretching as far as the eye can see.