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Why Choose Botswana for your Family Safari?

 
Botswana has consistently pursued a policy of low volume, high value luxury tourism and in the areas we use you will not see safari minibuses and large numbers of tourists. This policy conserves fragile ecosystems and means that when you are on safari you are unlikely to see many, if any other vehicles.
Moremi Air private light aircraft flight

Travelling and the seasons

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Lion swimming in Okavango Delta

Travelling and the seasons

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Woman learning archery from San bushmen in Makgadikgadi

Travelling and the seasons

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South Africa is the regional hub for Botswana, so there are a multitude of options for your international travel. From there it is less than two hours to Maun in northern Botswana. We will transfer you between lodges by light aircraft so you can travel from a delta to a desert in under an hour and enjoy an eagle’s eye view as you go. We time the flights between safaris so that you don’t miss out on the action.
Zebra walking past Tubu Tree Camp

Botswana’s private concessions

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Kids learning bushcraft

Botswana’s private concessions

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Boating safari in the Okavango Delta

Botswana’s private concessions

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Most of the Okavango Delta and other prime wildlife regions have been set aside as large, private reserves, which are leased to responsible safari operators on strict conditions. The conditions are designed to protect the environment and the wildlife. These limit the number of visitors, the way the lodges are constructed, and the activities that are allowed. You visit with a “light footprint” and can expect a very exclusive experience.
Girl and guide on mokoro safari

A variety of activities

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Horse riding near buffalo herd in Delta

A variety of activities

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child on walk with bushmen

A variety of activities

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A wide variety of safari activities is possible on these private reserves. Depending on the time of year and rules, you can walk, take a mokoro canoe, a boat trip along glistening waterways or ride horseback. Each activity provides its unique perspective on the wildlife and your surroundings. Of course, there are also exciting game drives in open sided vehicles. We encourage families to have their own private vehicle, allowing you the greatest freedom.
Jao Camp stilted over water

Luxurious lodges with a light footprint

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Kids in tent at Camp Kalahari

Luxurious lodges with a light footprint

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Luxurious lodges with a light footprint

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Family fishing on boat safari

Luxurious lodges with a light footprint

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Luxurious lodges with a light footprint

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On these private reserves, a lodge must be constructed so that it leaves virtually no trace when it is taken down. Few lodges accommodate more than sixteen guests and some take as few as six. They are often built on a network of raised wooden decks, giving a spectacular, elevated view when you are in your accommodation or moving around. They are luxurious and ingeniously constructed. Take a look at some of the amazing places to stay here.
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