Join us on a trail of discovery in Botswana’s wild places and follow the footprints of its wildlife, our neighbours.
Zebra Migration in the Makgadikgadi Pans: A Monochrome Mirage
The Makgadikgadi Pans National Park, a vast canvas of salt flats, is the home of the zebra migration. As the wet season blankets the pans (December to April), thousands of zebras fill the landscape with their black and white stripes, creating an incredible display that can be seen from your room at Leroo La Tau overlooking to Boteti River.
Lions of Savute: Roars in the Wilderness
In the heart of Chobe National Park lies the enigmatic Savute, a region pulsating with the energy of predators, especially lions. The Savute Marsh, a theater of survival during the dry season (May to October), witnesses the drama of lions on the prowl, their majestic forms a testament to the wild allure of Botswana. Guests who stay at Savute Safari Lodge will unravel the story of the Savute lions, one that has been documented by many as these lions are willing to take on the gentle giants (elephants) of this dry land.
Elephant Herds in Chobe National Park: A Gentle Giant Gathering
Along the Chobe Riverfront, the dry season unveils a congregation of massive elephant herds seeking solace and sustenance. Botswana’s Chobe National Park becomes a haven for elephant lovers, offering an intimate glimpse into the lives of these gentle giants as the eat, bathe and cross the fast paced Chobe river. Watch silently on an electric boat when you stay with Chobe Game Lodge or when you stay in Namibia at Chobe Savanna Lodge.
Leopards in Moremi Game Reserve: Shadows in the Green Canopies
Within the embrace of the Okavango Delta, the Khwai River Area in Moremi Game Reserve emerges as a space where elusive leopards silently navigate lush vegetation. As the sun filters through the green canopy, these magnificent cats become shadows as they enjoy the silence of this untouched area. Our team at Camp Moremi and Camp Xakanaxa can’t wait to introduce you to our spotted friends.
Hippos and Crocs in the Okavango Delta: Chronicles on the Water’s Edge
The waterways of the Okavango Delta unveils scenes of aquatic splendour. Massive age old crocodiles bask in the sun, while hippos laze in the water, portraying a calm but also bustling display of life in the Delta. Whether by boat or mokoro, spending a few days at Camp Okavango or Xugana Island lodge will allow you to truly familiarise yourself in our watery wonderland.
Botswana’s wildlife is not only observed; it is experienced. Each footprint, roar, and rustle in the grass tells our wild story of survival, resilience, and the dance between predator and prey. As you uncover the landscapes of this remarkable space we call home, you’ll find yourself not just a spectator but a participant.
So, follow in the footprints of Botswana’s wildlife, and let the untamed beauty of this land captivate your soul. Book your safari with us >>