Botswana is a true African success story, which offers some of the highest quality safari across Africa.

Upon gaining independence in 1966, the Botswanan government adopted an innovative, sustainability-minded approach towards tourism, operating on a principle of "high value, low volume".

Roughly the size of France, around 40% of the country has been given over to national parks and wildlife reserves, so the experience is all about the ultimate in remoteness and exclusivity, far from civilisation, surrounded by pristine wilderness and prolific wildlife viewing.

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Game Drives
Game Drives
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Land-based game drives provide an opportunity to get close to the magnificent wildlife indigenous to the area, with experienced guides providing an insight into the behaviour of the animals you encounter.
Mokoro Rides
Mokoro Rides
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Traditionally, the mokoro was the only mode of transport through the Okavango's channels; made by digging out the trunk of a large tree. Today, mekoro are moulded from fibreglass to preserve the trees. Mokoro rides are an amazing experience from a unique perspective, gliding peacefully through crystal-clear waterways, spotting painted reedfrogs amongst the waterlilies and a variety of striking birdlife along the way.
Quad Biking
Quad Biking
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During the dry season, quad bike along the lunar expanses across the seemingly infinite salt-encrusted Makgadikgadi Pans.
San Bushmen Walk
San Bushmen Walk
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Spend time walking and interacting with a local group of San Bushmen, Africa's original inhabitants, gaining a fascinating insight as you learn about their ways of life and ancient culture.
Abu Herd Elephant Interaction
Abu Herd Elephant Interaction
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Abu Camp is famous for its elephant rehabilitation programme, which focuses on elephant conservation, raising awareness for the plight of the species and supporting meaningful scientific research projects. Abu provides the opportunity to interact and spend time walking with the Abu Herd, gaining a deeper connection with the individual members of the herd as you see the African bush through their eyes. The programme aims to reintroduce elephants who have been orphaned, injured or rescued from captivity back into the wild; several elephants have been successfully reintroduced into the wild, some of which have remained in the area.
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