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Botswana Safari

8-Day Family Safari in Botswana and South Africa

indulge in the wonders of this African paradise and enjoy the tunes, aromas & greatness of nature with Botswana Safari Tour Package. Explore Chope national park and more with our Botswana Tours and Safaris

Visited Locations
  • Okavango Delta 
  • Cape Town 
  • Maun 
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Okovango Grassland
Botswana Safari

8-Day Botswana Safari Experience for Families 8 Days / 7 Nights

Enjoy 8 days of nothing but the best that Botswana has to offer to Soak in the experience of your Botswana safari as you explore Chobe National Park, Khawi & more of this African Haven. 

Visited Locations
  • Linyanti Wetlands
  • Khwai 
  • Kasane 
  • Maun
  • Chobe National Park
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Elephants in Botswana
Botswana Safari

Botswana and Victoria Falls Family Safari 7 Day / 6 Nights

Lose yourself in the embrace of the amazing African wild, Beautiful scenery and warm local hospitality on your Botswana Safari Trip as you visit Victoria Falls, Khwai River & Thorntree River on your Botswana holiday. 

Visited Locations
  • Khwai (Okavango Delta)
  • Linyanti
  • Victoria Falls 
  • Maun (Botswana) 
  • Livingstone (Zambia) 
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Frequently Questions

Botswana is an amazing jungle of languages, so actually with teh official language being English and Setswana alongside Sekalanga spoken by the Bakalanga people. 

The climate in Botswana is a subtropical desert climate known for drastic changes in its Day and Night temperatures. The overall humidity with teh virtually no rain for six months. The wettest months are from December to March. The best time to visit the country would be from May to October during its dry season.

The cusine in Botswana is characterized by being meat and vegetable oriented. The eats you are most likely to find in Botswana would be beef goat chicken & lamb. The other food items that are used in Botswana are Setswana. Morongo, Goat Meat Stew, Braai Meat & other meals.

Despite the tap water being fine for purposes such as washing your teeth or taking a bath, we wouldn’t recommend it for drinking purposes, for that your better off sticking with bottled water as the local tap water is heavily chlorinated.

The official currency of Botswana is the Botswana Pula, its iso is BWP, the exchange rate is as follows:

One USD ( United States Dollar) 11.71  Botswana Pula  BWP
One CAD ( Canadian Dollar)8,7  Botswana Pula   BWP
One EUR ( Euro) 13.6  Botswana Pula  BWP
One GPB (Sterling Pound)  15.11  Botswana Pula  BWP

The theme of your packing when your visiting Zimbabwe should be casual and comfortable & if you’re going on a  Safari, then the less you take the better, as the lodges will be able to provide almost everything, here is an example of some items you might need with you, among others. 

  • Lightweight shirts/blouses with long sleeves as protection from the sun and mosquitos
  • T-shirts
  • Shorts
  • Socks
  • Underwear
  • sunglasses
  • A small powerful flashlight and extra batteries
  • Travel alarm clock
  • Small purse size umbrella can come in handy
  • Small lint roller
  • Band-aids
  • Antiseptic cream
  • Pain tablets
  • Heartburn relief

The answer is actually and surprisingly no, there are no legally required vaccinations. Still, The vaccines recommended by the WHO & CDC are hepatitis A, hepatitis B, typhoid, yellow fever, rabies, meningitis, polio, measles, mumps and rubella (MMR), Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis), chickenpox, shingles, pneumonia and influenza

Laundry services are pretty common and not rare in zimbabwe with several laundry services available in hotels, camps & Lodges throughout Zambia. Throughout most washing in lodges is done by hand, excluding all that is considered undergarments.

Although ATMs are common in larger cities, with most of them accepting Visa cards, not Master cards. But they won’t be nearby you as you go through your Safari. Therefore it’s advisable to have some cash close at hand.  

The electrical current runs on a 220V, despite adaptors generally being available in hotels. If you are going to use electrical appliances then you might need an adapter in case the pin configuration is diffrent. 

The Summer months in Zimbabwe run from November to the end of March witch can be extremely hot, funny enough this is also the countries rainy season. The winter season begins in May and ends in August, which is also the dry season. In short teh best time to visit would be between summer and winter as the days are cooler.