Botswana Package Holidays

Package Holidays to Botswana

Botswana is a wilderness adventure paradise and boasts some of the best parks and reserves in Africa. Many packages will include numerous game reserves and day trips to parks in the area to allow visitors to experience the area specific wildlife found in each of the regions in Botswana. Packages to Botswana usually include accommodation on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis, scheduled activities and local brand beverages. They will also include all air and road transfers between the various resorts and reserves.
These packages will exclude all necessary visas, travel insurance, gratuities and items of a personal nature.

Most popular areas in Botswana

The most notable destination in Botswana would have to be the Okavango Delta, the largest inland delta in the world. This breathtaking spectacle of nature sustains a phenomenal number of wildlife, including crocodile, hippo, water bucks and various fish species. Viewing of the movements of these animals can be enjoyed both by vehicle and by boat. The forests of palms, grasslands, flood plains and lagoons assure visitors the best wildlife adventure in Africa.
The Khama Rhino Sanctuary provides the best viewing opportunities for rhinos as well as wildebeest, heartbeest, gemsbok and leopard.
The Tuli Block, in the extreme east of Botswana, dates back to the time of Cecil Rhodes and the topography is very unlike that of Botswana with some spectacularly shaped rock outcrops that are compellingly beautiful.
Tsodilo Hills in the Kalahari desert are the site of some 4,500 rock paintings and studies have revealed it was occupied by humans for over 10,000 years, leading to it being declared a UNESO World Heritage Site.
The Chobe River is one of the best places for spotting rare elephants and hippos as well as being a major draw for water sports enthusiasts and river cruisers.

Info about Botswana

Botswana boasts diverse areas of wildlife habitat with delta, desert, grasslands and savannas abounding and has one of the last remaining large populations of the African Wild Dog and the world’s largest concentration of African elephants. There are many reserves in Botswana and specialised sanctuaries such as the Khama Rhino Sanctuary.
Over 17% of the land has been dedicated as national parks and game reserves. From the verdant Okavango Delta in the north to the red desert dunes in the south these areas have been preserved to offer visitors the best in natural habitat viewing.

Useful Information/Links
Botswana Official Tourism site