What you can’t miss
Botswana is certainly a paradise for lovers of nature and savage animals. With 42% of the surface of the country classified as National Park or Reserve you only have the problem of choosing. Botswana is also called the country of the elephants. There’s no other place where you’ll find elephants this big and also so many. With a policy of luxury and ecological tourism, travelling to Botswana requires a substantial budget
We give you only a small selection of the most frequented sites. Our proposal will be, as always, 100% tailor-made and adapted to your desires.
Moremi Game Reserve
Central Kalahari Game Reserve
Kgadigadi Transfrontier Park / Mabuasehube Section
Chobe Game Reserve
Safari, nature and animals are certainly the centers of interest at Botswana. Nevertheless we have unearthed some complementary activities. Don’t hesitate to consult us for your action, sport and adventure program. Please note that we don’t support any activities such as lion-petting, walking with lions or walks on the backs of elephants, or chasing activities.
Fly over the Delta of Okavango
Population and Politics
Botswana or the country of elephants. The surface of Botswana is 582 000 km2, 40% of this surface is classified as National Park or Protected Reserve. That makes Botswana the biggest protected country in the world considering the surface of the country. The government of Botswana has understood that eco-tourism is an important income for the country. Since, the protection of nature and fauna is a priority in Botswana.
With only 1.8 to 2 million people Botswana is one of the countries the less populated in the world. Since independence in 1990 Botswana is governed by a government elected democratically. Botswana is known for its political and economical stability.