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first time African visitors and safari specialists seeking remote and secluded safari getaways. Botswana's prized safari destinations include the Okavango Delta and Moremi; Chobe National Park and Savuti; the remote Linyanti/Chobe river system; the Kalahari and Makgadikgadi Pans. Popular Safari Destinations To be in Botswana means that you must take the opportunity to enjoy the splendor of the regional nature, there´s plenty safari options through Botswana, would be hard to choose along all, but you can be sure that any is a very good option. The Okavango Delta is unquestionably Africa's finest wetland and is one of the great natural wonders of the world. Although the Delta's wildlife diversity and concentrations are modest by comparison with some other safari destinations in the region, the Okavango offers a truly rejuvenating experience. If you want to go to the north eastern Delta, you must go to the Moremi Game Reserve, which includes Chief's Island, the private concessions on its fringe is a prime attraction - its game, birdlife and scenery is spectacular. The area contains some of Botswana's finest small and seasonal safari lodges and is favoured by us on our safaris. Moremi is subject to significant seasonal Botswana

variation and this needs to be considered quite carefully when planning a safari. The Chobe National Park, is considered as the finest Botswana destination for game viewing particularly on the Chobe riverfront and in the Savuti area. Unfortunately it tends to be a bit crowded and the solution is often sought in some of the remoter and more exclusive concessions to the west. Chobe is a prime destination for first time visitors to Africa and provides some excellent opportunities for specialists. The Kalahari. Broadly encompassing the Makgadikgadi and Nxai pans is not a conventional safari destination. It is however an absolutely fascinating ecological habitat heavily influenced by larger geological factors and seasonal water. A safari in the Kalahari is a truly rewarding experience. Safari Seasons Botswana has a long and dry winter period from May to December, January to April is the wet season. Safaris in Botswana can be very sensitive to seasonal changes depending upon what you'd like to see. The following are rough guidelines but we strongly recommend that you obtain local advice during safari planning:

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