With a combination of flood plains, semi-desert bush, saltpans and expansive savannah grasslands, you are guaranteed to encounter a wide range of wildlife in Botswana. Botswana prides itself on being Africa’s leader in eco-friendly tourism, securing maximal protection of its largely untouched landscape, meaning that this destination is geared toward assisting you in leaving a positive legacy with your trip.
Selinda Reserve is a pristine wildlife concession in Botswana, for those folks who want to veer way off the beaten track.
When is the best time to go to Botswana?
You will receive the best wildlife experience in the Okavango, Moremi and Chobe during the dry season between June and August. The drier parks offer better game viewing during the wet season from March to May.
When is high season in Botswana?
Although you will not experience crowding, Botswana has the greatest influx of visitors between July and October.
When is low season in Botswana?
Significantly less visitors can be expected during the wet season between December and April. Your safari will feel more exclusive as some of the camps and lodges are closed at this time of year.
When is Botswana’s best weather?
From April to May temperatures are moderate and clear skies make for great game viewing.