SAFARI TRENDS OFFER A VARIETY OF SAFARI CAMPS AND LODGES TO OUR SAFARI TRENDS TRAVELLERS
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The delta has its own very unique ecosystem. It is thought to be one of the world’s largest inland deltas. The delta hosts a huge variety of animals on a permanent and seasonal basis. With Maun being on the edge of the delta it is a very popular tourist destination as all the camps are easily accessible from Maun.
Chobe National Park
Botswana’s first national park and the park with the most wildlife diversity. Chobe is the best place to see elephants as they are one of the most popular animals in the park. Chobe has a number of safari lodges to choose from, from tented camps to luxury lodges.
Moremi Game Reserve
The Moremi Game reserve is a very contrasting reserve with wetlands on one side and very dry areas on the other. This provides a wonderful variety of animals in the reserve! This area is wonderful to see the African wild dog!
Kalahari Game Reserve
The Kalahari Game Reserve takes up about 1/11th of the whole of Botswana. It is generally flat grasslands covering the sand dunes. There is a wide variety of game in the reserve ranging from lion and cheetahs to warthog and kudu. There are a few luxury camps and lodges in the area.
This is the western corner of Chobe National Park. It is home to many predators and has an annual zebra migration.
Makgadikgadi National Park
The pans of the park fill with water during the rainy season and become wonderful watering holes for all the animals. There are wildebeest and zebra migrations during that time which are wonderful for any tourist to experience.
Nxai Pan National Park
A fossil lake of about 40 square km. November to April is when Nxai Pan should be visited to see it in its beauty. The wildlife is abundant during those months as well.
Transfrontier National Park
Located on the western border of the country, this National Park stretches into South Africa. It is known for its red sand dunes. The park is rich in animal and bird life and there are many “rest camps” and wilderness camps in the Park.
The Tuli reaches from the southeast corner of Botswana where the Shashe and the Limpopo Rivers meet. The entire conservancy area, including the adjacent safari area bordering the Tuli Circle, comprises about 800,000 hectares. The Tuli Block is quite different from anywhere else in Botswana. It is referred to as the Hardveld because of the rocky outcrops and the abundance of stones and pebbles of all shapes and sizes. The red sand of the Tuli area is an unforgettable trait, as well as the massive trees that occur along the banks of the Limpopo.
Linyanti is renowned as one of Botswana’s best game viewing areas, hugely due to the area’s ability to retain water during the harsh conditions of the dry season, making it an excellent location for guests regardless of the time of their visit.