From the crystal-clear waters of the Okavango Delta to the large elephant herds in the Chobe National Park and the unpredictable Savute Channel, which runs dry and floods seemingly at random – Botswana is blessed with some of Africa’s most beautiful reserves and an array of exceptional wildlife.
At the forefront of Ecotourism in Africa, Botswana has sanctioned the Botswana Ecotourism Certification System. the system is designed to encourage and support responsible environmental, social and cultural practices by tourism businesses and make sure they provide a quality eco-friendly product to consumers.
The Okavango Delta is a maze of sparkling lagoons, meandering channels and overgrown islands teeming with wildlife. Explore the Okavango Delta by mokoro, on foot or on a game drive. The Okavango Delta is a perfect Ecotourism safari destination.
Among the great game reserves of the world, Chobe National Park is home to one of the largest concentrations of elephant on the African continent. Surrounded by wildlife management areas and reserves that allow game to roam freely, the 11 700km² (4 500 square mile) reserve is located in the far north of Botswana, bordering on the Chobe River. Chobe is particularly well known for its large herds of elephant and buffalo, as well as the two antelope that cannot be encountered anywhere else in Botswana, the puku and Chobe bushbuck.