Best Time to Travel
The Botswana rains usually come between December and March. As with Namibia, April and May in Botswana are lovely with clear blue skies, and night temperatures dropping slightly, but comfortably. Please note, the areas around Okavango tend to be more moderate.
June to August is considered the peak season; yet the night-time temperatures can be close to freezing, but it warms up during the day. The land is dry, and the animals will congregate to watering holes.
In September, October, and November temperatures start to rise, making the landscape even more dry. This is the best time to view big game.
Trips starting at $3500 per person
It’s your vacation and your choice what’s included.
A country where 17% of the landscape is protected wildlife areas, ecological preservation is top priority in Botswana. So what impact does that have on the landscape? Expect an untarnished, wild, lush landscape, and resorts that caters to eco tourism.
Additional Tours & Extensions:
Extend your stay with a few days in Capetown or Johannesburg, or head out to an island in the Indian Ocean to get away from it all.