Botswana is a geographer’s delight. Travelling by light aircraft from camp to camp, often flying quite close to the ground, you will have unparalleled views of the terrain as it changes from the watery wildernesses of the Okavango Delta, to the arid sands and salt pans of the Kalahari.
Travelling in Botswana, we always suggest combing the delta with the plains, the dry savannah of the northeast. It’s here that the largest herds gather in Botswana’s winter and spring months (June to October).
The wet season in Botswana is quite short: rain falls only between December and March. The rapid, often dramatic change in water levels drives the differences in Botswana’s scenery from region to region, and from one month to the next. We understand the complexities of the rising and falling waters, positioning you in just the right place to capitalise on the game viewing opportunities and other activities the country affords.