The land of Kalahari. Botswana has 70% of its territory marked by the Kalahari desert, home to a few endemic species and a wide variety of animals like lions, cheetahs, leopard, Hyena, wild dog and birds of prey like secretary bird, martial eagle, giant eagle owl, falcons and kites.
Botswana is where you get to find the native settlements of bushmen like Ghanzi, Tshane, Tshabong and more. The desert is not as demanding as it looks like with temperature being semi-humid in the savannahs. The other parts are favourable for with average annual temperature being 18 degree celsius.
The Botswana’s delta region is a total change of scene from the Kalahari, where rivers run around 15,000 square kilometres forming lagoons and scenic wetland that everyone would decide to revisit.
African wilderness can be witnessed in its most undisturbed form making the safari experiences unparalleled. In, short, A tour to Botswana reveals the magical transition between the delta and desert and the Okavango river in between that flows from the highlands of Angola and dies into the Kalahari. The rivers is a life support for a wide range of flora and fauna in the region.
Boat and jeep safaris by the end of rainy season are the best time to explore major part of the Boatswain wide terrains with wilderness at its peak. The Chobe River valley is a lush green experience while the golden blistering sands of Kalahari will leave you mesmerized.
Depending on the time of the year you plan for your trip, you can take advantage of variety of trips that will be the best to do. The delta’s scene keeps changing almost three times a year, which can be categorized into summer, rain and after rainy season.