Horseback Safari Along Botswana’s Selinda Trail
May08

Horseback Safari Along Botswana’s Selinda Trail

When you’re standing face-to-face with your chosen horse, you’ll feel its warm breath permeating the cold mist rising off of the Delta’s tributaries. The soulful eyes of a horse invite you to tenderly stroke its muzzle while you establish an emotional connection with this regal beauty.  A powerful encounter between man and horse is one that is not easily forgotten.  Motswiri is an authentic safari camp located on the...

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Botswana’s Letaka Mobile Safaris : As Seen on TV
Jan18

Botswana’s Letaka Mobile Safaris : As Seen on TV

Letaka Safaris are specialists in providing guests with a unique opportunity to explore the untamed lands of Botswana. Letaka have been in operation for over 40 years and they’re the pinnacle of mobile safaris. The guides and owners of Letaka are pretty much ingrained into the safari life and have an expert knowledge of the areas just waiting to be explored by guests. Mobile safaris allow the best of both worlds – they...

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Okavango Delta is Paradise for Hippo Lovers
Jan08

Okavango Delta is Paradise for Hippo Lovers

We all have that one animal we’re desperate to see while on safari in Africa and it need not always be one of the big five. There are keen Twitchers dying to see a lifer such as the Pel’s fishing owl and herpetologists eager to spot a black mamba – from a safe distance of course. The big five are the most well-marketed animals and certainly wondrous to see in the wild, but in the Okavango Delta there dwells an...

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The Okavango Delta: A Sacred Eden for a Safari
Jul05

The Okavango Delta: A Sacred Eden for a Safari

The Okavango Delta is the world’s largest inland delta comprising a confusing myriad of rivers, channels, lagoons, islands, floodplains, permanent marshlands and wealth of diverse habitats home to big game, rare birds and aquatic animals. A large arid landscape of the Kalahari in the northern regions of Botswana is home to a low-grade alluvial fan fed by the waters of the Angola highlands. This natural world heritage site has a...

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Botswana Safari at the Charming Ghoha Hills Savuti Lodge
Jul03

Botswana Safari at the Charming Ghoha Hills Savuti Lodge

Neatly perched high up on a hill in the Chobe National Park lies a luxurious eco-friendly lodge with panoramic views over sparse acacia scrub and messy mopane woodlands. Deep in the heart of the rugged Botswana wilderness dwells a wonder of wildlife. Roaming the landscapes below the lodge, huge herds and lone cats can be viewed from the balcony of your suite or the comfort of the sophisticated lounge area. The view of the horizon is...

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Okavango Delta’s Belmond Eagle Island Lodge Re-Opens
Jun21

Okavango Delta’s Belmond Eagle Island Lodge Re-Opens

The pristine, papyrus lined waterways of the Okavango Delta weaving between secret islands and isolated lagoons are filled with wildlife activity. The kaleidoscope of colourful birds, the rare Pel’s fishing owl and the colossal bloats of hippo and temperamental crocodiles all thrive in Africa’s most untouched piece of paradise. The alluvial fan of the Delta’s waterways flood the northern regions of Botswana’s...

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The Chobe Princess Safari Boat
Jul29

The Chobe Princess Safari Boat

Cruising on the Chobe River on board The Chobe Princess Safari Boat Chobe – The Unassuming African Paradise ‘An unassuming African paradise.’ That sentence describes Chobe in a nutshell. There is something magical about gliding down the serene, idyllic Chobe River onboard the Chobe Princess houseboat. Game viewing is always an exciting affair. But viewing wildlife onboard a boat is a strikingly different experience. Seeing the famous...

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