Once in a lifetime experiences
Snap away while cruising on the Chobe River
Photographic boating safari
AfricaBotswanaChobe National Park
Snooze beneath an illuminated African sky
Sleep under the stars
AfricaBotswanaCentral Kalahari Game Reserve
Journeys to inspire
Botswana Highlights Safari
· 8 nights / 9 days · Maximum 6 guests · Departures: February - April
Classic Explorer Safari
· 8 nights / 9 days · Maximum 6 guests · Departures: February - December
Mini Explorer Safari
· 6 nights / 7 days · Maximum 6 guests · Departures: February - December
Scenic Highlights Safari
· 6 nights / 7 days · Maximum 6 guests · Departures: February - April
Superior Delta Safari
· 6 nights / 7 days · Maximum 6 guests · Departures: May - December
Superior Explorer Safari
· 8 nights / 9 days · Maximum 6 guests · Departures: May - December
Visit the remote wildlife destinations of Zimbabwe and Botswana, as well as cosmopolitan Cape Town
Southern Africa’s finest
Places to visit
Places to stay
A cool and contemporary cocoon inspired by its exquisite natural setting
&Beyond Sandibe Okavango Safari Lodge
Rustic tented camp with a contemporary safari club ambiance
&Beyond Nxabega Okavango Tented Camp
Earthy glamour with tones of chocolate and ebony
&Beyond Xudum Okavango Delta Lodge
Romantic tented camp inspired by the hues of the water lily
&Beyond Xaranna Okavango Delta Camp
Live out the adventure of a lifetime as close to nature as you can get
&Beyond Chobe Under Canvas
AfricaBotswanaChobe National Park
Comfortable mobile camp in a wild and remote setting
&Beyond Savute Under Canvas
Frequently asked questions
Why visit Botswana?
To embark on a Botswana safari is to venture far off the beaten track into the untamed heart of Africa, where the landscapes are never-ending and the big game encounters …
Botswana – what should I pack?
What should I pack? As a general guide, comfortable and casual clothing that you can wash and wear is recommended while on safari. Muted colours are best for game viewing. …
What do I need to know about Botswana?
Botswana is one of the most stable and peaceful countries in Southern Africa, however it helps to be aware of your surroundings and keep your possessions close at all times. …
What should I expect on a Botswana safari?
With its remote wildlife areas and vast stretches of sparsely populated land, a Botswana safari tour is a very different experience than a safari elsewhere in Africa. Whether in the …
When should I visit Botswana?
Few offer as much to visitors as Botswana. A favourable exchange rate, superb accommodation and infrastructure, coupled with a safe and stable environment make this a great country to visit. …
Why visit the Okavango Delta?
The largest inland delta in the world, the Okavango Delta is the most unexpected wonder – water present in a desert. The broad Okavango River sinks into the dry sands …
Why visit the Moremi Game Reserve?
Covering approximately a third of the eastern portion of the Okavango Delta, the Moremi Game Reserve combines permanent waterways with drier areas, creating a reserve filled with unexpected contrasts and …
How do I get to and around the Okavango Delta?
Access is via scheduled charter flights from Maun into the Okavango Delta, followed by a road and / or boat transfer to camp. Airlink have a flight from Johannesburg or …
How do I get to and around Botswana?
There are relatively few international flights directly into Botswana and it is often easier to fly into Johannesburg in neighbouring South Africa and catch a connecting flight in to Maun, …
Why visit the Selinda Game Reserve?
A safari from a different perspective, this 3-night guided canoe journey explores the north-eastern fringes of the Okavango Delta and moves into the pristine Selinda Reserve. The ultimate in carefree …
Why visit the Savute?
A remote and wild corner of Chobe National Park, Savute stretches from the park’s northern boundaries to the Linyanti River. The area’s main feature is the mysterious Savute Channel, which …
Why visit the Makgadikgadi Pans?
The largest salt pans in the world, the Makgadikgadi Pans are a breathtaking sight – a vast sea of white that was once the centre of a huge lake that …
Why visit the Linyanti?
The Linyanti Wildlife Management area is a hidden gem tucked away in the north-eastern corner of Chobe National Park. A long channel known as the Selinda Spillway links the Linyanti …
Why visit Chobe National Park?
A wildlife enthusiast’s dream, Chobe National Park is one of the top wilderness reserves in the world. The Chobe River is an oasis in a dry region and, with water …
How do I get to and around the Chobe National Park?
Airlink operate daily flights from Johannesburg or Cape Town to Maun and from Johannesburg to Kasane. For Savute, access is via scheduled flights from Maun or Kasane to Savute Airstrip, …
How do I get to &Beyond Xudum Okavango Delta Lodge?
Access via a scheduled charter flight from Maun into the Okavango Delta direct to the lodge’s airstrip, followed by a road and boat transfer to camp Airlink have a flight …
How do I get to &Beyond Xaranna Okavango Delta Camp?
Access is via a scheduled charter flight from Maun into the Okavango Delta direct to the lodge’s airstrip, followed by a road and boat transfer to camp Airlink have a …
How do I get to &Beyond Sandibe Okavango Safari Lodge?
Access is via a scheduled Airlink flight from Johannesburg or Cape Town to Maun or from Johannesburg to Kasane, followed by a light aircraft flight into the Okavango Delta to Chitabe …