A land of staggering beauty, Botswana has developed a tradition of top-level safari tourism, offering some of the best wildlife safaris you will find. Natural parks and vast private game reserves make up 40% of a fenceless territory, enabling huge herds of game to roam freely in contrasting landscapes of magnificent extremes, from the Kalahari’s desert plains to the Okavango’s lush waterways. Our Ngwana Club will be on offer so that families can enjoy a lifetime of memories (while parents also get to enjoy their well deserved holiday).
Indulge in a breathtaking African safari experience at Khwai Tented Camp, where you’ll witness the incredible wildlife of Moremi National Park, the oldest protected section of the Okavango Delta. Imagine spotting lions, leopards, elephants, and giraffes roaming free in their natural habitat, all while immersed in the beauty of the African wilderness. At Khwai Tented Camp, you’ll have access to an array of thrilling activities such as morning, afternoon, and night game drives, as well as walking and moroko safaris (depending on water levels), allowing you to get up close and personal with the incredible wildlife of the region. As part of the African Bush Camps Foundation’s community empowerment projects, you’ll also have the chance to visit the nearby Khwai village preschool and witness the positive impact of purpose-led travel firsthand. So, if you’re looking for an unforgettable adventure, Khwai Tented Camp offers a safari experience like no other!
Spend your time exploring the raw African wilderness on thrilling game drives, learn about the fascinating fauna and flora on walking safaris or float serenely along the waterways in a mokoro (canoe). A life-changing wilderness experience awaits you at Linyanti Bush Camp. With just six luxury tents, Linyanti Bush Camp offers an intimate Chobe safari experience in a private concession on the border of Botswana’s iconic Chobe National Park. The Chobe Enclave teems with wildlife and is best known for its large herds of elephants and buffalo. Our Chobe safari lodge sits on the banks of the Linyanti Wetlands – a significant area that is one of the primary sources of water during the drier months. Look forward to exceptional and diverse wildlife encounters year-round.