One of Africa’s major safari destinations, Botswana makes you want to immerse yourself into its exceptional wildlife and natural reserves.

Persisting impressions of vast expanses of untouched wilderness, the sensation of immense space and the uniqueness of encounters with large herds of elephants and buffalos will await you in Botswana’s extended Chobe National Park.

While hippos, crocodiles and a wide range of endemic bird species soak in the braided waterways and lagoons of the Okavango Delta in the Northwest, farther south, the open plains of the Central Kalahari will offer the singular opportunity to spot the other majesties of Africa’s superlative fauna.

Zebras, antelopes, black-maned lions and cheetahs are not only to be contemplated in their natural environment in the world’s second largest game reserve, but particularly also in the Tuli Block.

Nothing but a narrow fringe of land in the very eastern part of the country, the area is known for its outstanding natural beauty such as Solomon’s Wall and for its richness in archaeological heritage.