Experience a sundowner. Sip a cool drink and enjoy a glorious sunset at the end of a satisfying afternoon game drive.
Go on a walking safari – not for the faint-hearted but an exhilarating experience. In the hands of an experienced guide, you’ll see nature in close-up, and may, if you’re lucky, get thrillingly close to wild animals.
Climb on the back of an elephant for a safari trek to remember. As well as learning all about elephants, you may see zebras, giraffes, gazelles and other animals – with no distracting vehicle noise.
Float along on a mokoro, a traditional Okavango Delta canoe, expertly poled by a local guide who stands in the stern. Originally made from hollowed-out wood, but now just as likely to be fibreglass, they offer an unforgettable perspective.
Fly over the Kalahari Desert in a hot-air balloon, and experience the thrill of landing in an open floodplain.
Experience some of the best sport fishing in Botswana, in the Okavango Delta and Chobe river systems. You can also fish near Shashe, Bokaa or Gaborone.
Mountain bike through the bush of the Mashatu Game Reserve in the Tuli Block, stopping to watch passing elephants.
Take off from Maun by helicopter or light aircraft to get a bird’s eye view (and take some amazing photographs) of the Okavango.
Experience Botswana’s culture in Serowe, a village with historic royal cemetery; in Lobatse with its Livingstone Memorial and the Botswana High Court, and in Gabororne.
Roar across the Makgadikgadi Pans on a quad bike, reveling in the wide-open vistas.