How to Enjoy a Walking Safari in Botswana
Fly-by-air safari Botswana take-off at Tete airport and head into the deep desert, with a view of the Okavango River and the majestic elephant herd trampling across the Chobe National Reserve. Tourists can also take flight and go straight to the reserve, where they can stay in comfortable accommodations.
Taking a drive on the Zambian-Zimbabwe border can be an enjoyable way to enjoy the beauty and rugged terrain of Botswana. Visitors often choose to take a long detour, take a flight from Tete airport, and then drive to the Okavango Delta, where the land is still flat and well-suited for elephant migration.
On the other side of Botswana, a bird’s eye view of the Okavango River is another attraction for a walk-by-fly-by safari. While visiting the reserve, the visitor can observe a variety of birds such as the African Bushbuck, African Wild Dog, Bongo Boas, Black Backed Strix, Pongo Buffalo, African Eagle, Mountain Gecko, Black and White Jackal, Leopard and Lion. One can even get close to giraffe, zebras and giraffes in the reserve. There is also an opportunity to spot hippo on the way up to Masai Mara.
The scenery in Botswana is so diverse that one cannot limit one’s safari trip to a particular area. A wide range of activities, including fishing, bushwalking, cycling, swimming, mountain biking, canoeing and fishing can be done in the reserve. Many travelers who come to the area to stay in luxurious camps to experience the luxury feel of staying in an authentic traditional lodge.
A trip through the reserve offers an exciting chance to learn about Botswana’s culture and history. In addition, visitors can find some remarkable animals to take home with them for future tours of the national park or to share with friends and family back home.
The wildlife in Botswana ranges from wildebeest, elephants, leopards and large numbers of wildebeest are found in the Serengeti and the Masai Mara game reserves. But the largest number of wildlife in Botswana is found in the Kalahari Game Reserve, which is located near Lake Nakuru.
The Kalahari Game Reserve is also home to the endangered giraffe, and gazelle species and a variety of antelopes. There are numerous wild animals in the Great Rift Valley, including black rhinos, lions, buffalo, elephants, hyenas, leopards and cheetahs. While in the game reserve, visitors can also view the wildlife on foot and watch how the animals behave around you. The game reserve has a well-developed visitor centre to guide visitors and provide information and take photographs.
During the tour, visitors can also spend time exploring the many water parks and lakes found in Botswana. These include the Mani Dina Game Reserve, Mount Kenya Game Reserve and the Gaborone Game Reserve, which have plenty of lakes and pools to swim in. It is possible to hike the Gaboroe River.
The Okavango Delta Game Reserve is one of Botswana’s major tourist attractions. The delta is home to hundreds of thousands of animals including wildebeests, elephants, giraffes and lions. The reserve is also home to many bird species. This reserve is also famous for its annual Okavango Safari, which sees the big five Wildebeest migrate to the reserve.
A visit to the Gaboroe Game Reserve will give tourists the opportunity to see the wildebeests and lions in their natural habitat and explore the Gaboroe River itself. The park is also known for a series of waterfalls and the Okavango River is considered one of the finest river runs in Africa.
When travelling to Botswana, tourists can also visit the Chobe National Park, the country’s oldest park, which is the perfect place to learn about the history of Botswana. It is believed that the area was first settled by the Khware tribe in the eighteenth century and it is thought that the park was named after the city of Khware. A well-known park, the park is home to a wide variety of animals including rhinos, cheetahs and elephants.
When travelling to Botswana, there are a number of different options available to provide a unique experience, including helicopter tours of the reserve and trips to the Olifantse Game Reserve and the Kgalagadi Game Reserve, where visitors can see lions in their natural habitat. Many people also visit the Namibian national park in the Western Province, which is a popular game reserve. It is one of Botswana’s premier destinations.