Botswana is a sub-Saharan country in Southern Africa – bordered by Zambia in the north, Zimbabwe in the east, South Africa to the south and Namibia to the west. Formerly known as the British Protectorate of Bechuanaland, it gained independence in 1996.
It is a small country with a population of 2.39 million as of April 2021. Since its independence in 1996, it has been known as one of the worlds fastest growing economies in the world – with 9% annual growth rates.
Botswana is also a popular travel-hotspot, which comes as no surprise due to its exotic, majestic wildlife and landscape. With 38% of its land area reseved for wildlife conservation and management, Botswana is unspoilt, untouched, pristine and virtually unexplored. Travelers are met with the beautiful smiles of locals, eager to share the charm and tales of their motherland.
Visitors will find themselves canoeing through canals, or sneaking through the eye-high grasslands on walking safaris, observing the sublime wildlife in their natural habitat. Botswanan people have a wonderful, understanding relationship with animals, treating them with the same respect as they would their fellow man.
These unique encounters in Botswana define what we consider to be a bespoke safari holiday – satisfying ven the most discerning travelers. Whether you are a first-timer or seasoned traveler, Botswana offers an exclusive safari experience that includes one-of-a-kind activities and world-class accommodations. Contact one of our Expert Consultants to book your adventure in Botswana.