Botswana is known as the ideal destination for a relaxing and less-touristic safari. Holidays in Botswana are very popular for their luxury lodging, yet tent based accommodation is also very common here. In Botswana, the largest elephant population of Africa is roaming around easily to spot from a jeep safari. Another great way of spotting wildlife in Botswana is by cruising the Chobe River, while you have the change to spot hippos or crocodiles. Rest in the shadow of an amazing baobab tree, and a Botswana holiday will leave you with a ton of amazing memories.
Consisting of the African lion, African leopard, African elephant, the Cape buffalo, and the endangered black rhino, the Big Five are the ‘celebrities’ of the African bush. Out of these five species, the African Leopard is the most elusive and hardest to spot as it’s a master of camouflage and stealth.
African safaris are still surrounded by an aura of glamour and exclusivity which only reinforces the misconception that they are all pricey.
Established in 1967, Chobe National park is Botswana’s first game reserve. It is the country’s most biologically diverse park and home to huge herds of elephants.