Chobe National Park

Amidst the economic difficulty and the recent civil unrest that Africa has been experiencing, one aspect of their land has not changed. The spectacular behavior of the animals is very much being expressed here such as the Serengeti Migration. Botswana is a country in Africa that is also affected by the negative economy but still is proud of the stunning vastness of its natural wonders.

Nestled in the heart of Southern Africa, Botswana is a land of extraordinary beauty and untamed wilderness. With its diverse landscapes, iconic wildlife, and rich cultural heritage, Botswana offers an enchanting experience for travelers seeking an unforgettable journey into nature’s embrace.

This place is known for the game reserves that let tourists experience real-life encounters with the animals found in Botswana. Zebras, elephants, gazelles, birds, and some of the cat families including the most popular “king of the jungle” lions are residing in this country as well as the neighboring states that border Botswana.

Kalahari Desert
Kalahari Desert

Embark on a journey to the Central Kalahari Game Reserve, a vast and untamed wilderness teeming with desert-adapted wildlife. Discover the secrets of this arid landscape, where sightings of black-maned lions, cheetahs, and honey badgers make for unforgettable wildlife encounters.

With little or no rain every year, the Kalahari Desert is home to most of Africa’s animals that have well adapted to this kind of extreme environment. With this type of environment, one can see the interaction of every species in order for them to survive. Most researchers go to this place to study the behavior of animals that they can’t find anywhere else on this planet. How these animals survive in the Kalahari Desert is one of the mysteries and wonders of Botswana.

Another amazing feature found in this desert is the famous Bushmen. They are a group of nomadic people that resided in the plains of the Kalahari, and for more than 20,000 years they remain untouched, not knowing that there is a greater and more complicated civilization outside the desert.

Makgadikgadi Pan

Step foot into the otherworldly landscapes of the Makgadikgadi Pans, an ancient salt flat that stretches as far as the eye can see. Explore the surreal landscapes on quad bikes or take a guided walk to encounter meerkats, zebras, and the elusive brown hyena.

One of the largest pans found on this planet, the Makgadikgadi Pan has been undisturbed with just a little involvement of humans because of its harsh environment. This vast pan is once a super lake that has been dried for almost 10,000 years. Although there is less rain recorded every year, the grasslands here attract most grazing animals.

Aside from the grasslands, this place is also composed of some vegetation types – riverine woodland, scrubland, and salt pans.   A part of the Makgadikgadi pan has already been made into a natural park so that the animals will be protected against gaming or hunting.

Okavango Delta
Okavango Delta

As the largest in the world, the Okavango Delta is a place that consists of many channels, lagoons, and lakes that covers a 15,000 square kilometer area. The vast place is home to floras and faunas that depend much on water.

It is not only important to the biodiversity in Botswana, but it is also vital to their economy which promotes ecotourism in this spectacular place. The popular activities a tourist can do in the Okavango Delta are fishing, bird watching, game viewing, and photography. If you are in this place, you are sure that the money you spent is worth it all.

Prepare to be awestruck by the Okavango Delta, a sprawling oasis that enchants visitors with its lush waterways, shimmering lagoons, and verdant islands. Embark on a mokoro (traditional dugout canoe) safari and navigate through narrow channels, encountering elephants, hippos, and an array of bird species.

Baobab Trees

Unveil the remarkable Nxai Pan National Park, home to iconic baobab trees and an array of wildlife. Witness the annual zebra migration, where thousands of zebras traverse the plains, accompanied by predators and scavengers seeking to capitalize on this natural spectacle.

Contrary to what you have been told about Botswana, this place actually possesses more than 3,000 plants and trees which are economically important for food and industry. But what amazes tourists the most is the existence of this particular tree named the Baobab tree which has a unique form.

The weird “upside-down” is a mystery to people visiting there. It is said that these trees were torn by the devil himself and planted in reverse. That is why the form of the Baobab tree is like having roots above the surface.

Chobe National Park

Immerse yourself in the wonders of Chobe National Park, known for its vast herds of elephants and thrilling predator-prey interactions. Embark on game drives and boat safaris along the Chobe River, where you can witness elephants bathing, lions hunting, and an abundance of birdlife in action.

You will be mesmerized by the array of elephants that you experience while safariing on both water and land.  You will see elephants and in many cases close encounters that leave you breathless.

Moremi Game Reserve

Venture into the captivating wilderness of Moremi Game Reserve, often regarded as one of Africa’s finest wildlife sanctuaries. Set amidst the iconic Okavango Delta, Moremi offers extraordinary opportunities to spot lions, leopards, wild dogs, and an abundance of bird species in their natural habitat.

Tsodilo Hills

Delve into the ancient rock art and spiritual mystique of the Tsodilo Hills, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Marvel at over 4,500 rock paintings that depict the rich cultural history of the San people, and listen to captivating stories and legends surrounding this sacred place.


The natural wonders of Botswana beckon with its natural splendor, where wildlife thrives in pristine habitats and landscapes inspire awe. From the watery wonderland of the Okavango Delta to the mesmerizing Makgadikgadi Pans and the abundant wildlife of Chobe National Park, Botswana offers an immersive safari experience like no other.

As we appreciate and protect these natural treasures, we ensure the continued conservation of Botswana’s exceptional ecosystems for generations to come. Let Botswana’s untamed beauty ignite your sense of adventure and create memories that will last a lifetime.