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Botswana is a rarity in our overpopulated, over-developed world it has some of the best wilderness and wildlife areas on the African continent. With over a third of its land area devoted to national parks, reserves and wildlife management areas, it has the feeling of moving through an immense Nature wonderland. For the most part parks are unfenced, allowing animals to roam wild and free. 


Okavango Delta

The Okavango Delta is one of the most exclusive wilderness destinations in the world. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is the backdrop to wild Africa's grand spectacle, presenting unparalleled wilderness experiences in a serene inland delta unlike anywhere else on Earth. A journey to the Okavango Delta – deep inside Africa's pristine interior – is like no other, encompassing vast wetlands and expansive drylands. Visitors traverse the Delta's meandering waterways, passing palm- and papyrus-fringed islands, thick woodland, resplendent with lush vegetation, and teeming with rich wildlife.


Chobe National Park

Established in 1968, Chobe National Park covers approximately 11,700 sq km, encompassing floodplains, swamps, and woodland. The most accessible and frequently visited of Botswana's big game country, the Chobe Riverfront, is most famous for the large herds of elephants and Cape Buffalo that converge on the riverbank to drink during the dry winter months. One of Africa's most beautiful rivers, the Chobe, supports a diversity and concentration of wildlife unmatched in Botswana. Take a river cruise on the Chobe,  and you'll experience the park and wildlife from a completely different vantage point, getting up closer to hippo, crocodile and a mind-boggling array of water birds than you ever would on land.


Kalahari Desert

The Kalahari Desert is vast interior plateau, covering a large portion of southern Africa, encompassing almost all of Botswana, approximately one third of neighbouring Namibia and a large portion of the Northern Cape province of South Africa to the south. The sheer size and immensity of the Central Kalahari Game reserve and its wild, mysterious beauty give an impression of unending space and that you have the entire reserve to yourself.


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The weather in Botswana varies from pleasantly cool and dry winter season to a summery rainy hot season .

Winter starts around May and usually ends by September with little rainfall, the temperatures can drop to below zero degrees at night, but the days are usually warm with temperatures around 20 degrees 

Summer starts around November and finishes around March, these months can be very hot, and it can be very wet.

In the intermediate months of April and October, it can rain slightly, the weather is pleasantly warm and mostly dry.

Weather charts based on Gaborone

Temperature (°C)

Rainfall (mm)

Getting there

There are no direct flights from the UK to Botswana, the easiest option is to travel via South Africa. From Johannesburg you can fly direct to Botswana.

Flying time to Johannesburg takes around 11 hours, the onward flights are about 1 hour.



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