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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
(5)
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) 
(5)

Frequently Questions

Citizens from 93 countries do not need a visa to enter Chile for a period of 90 days. Please check with the Chilean Embassy in your country.

 

The weather in Chile varies from the north to the south; In Santiago summer is from December to March and winter from June to August. Lake District can be visited throughout the year although in winter it can be cold and cruises from Puerto Mont into the inland fjords don’t operate from April until August. If you visit the South the best time if from September to April.  

 

 

Do not drink tap water in Mexico as it is not safe. Always drink bottled water.  

 

No specific vaccination is required prior to travelling to Mexico, but you can always consult your physician. Mosquitoes on the other hand can be a problem in Mexico, and some can transmit Zika or Dengue, so remember to use repellents and take precautions against it. Diarrhoea is another common problem reported by travellers so if you have a sensitive stomach stay away from street food stalls.