Botswana is a luxury destination in Africa offering the best wildlife viewing on the planet, especially in and around the Chobe and Okavango Delta region. The Kalahari desert and San Bushman culture is also great attractions of this country and should be on everyone’s itinerary. There are list of Luxury Honeymoon Travel what to see, and where to go in Botswana.
- Chobe National Park
Chobe National park lies in Botswana’s Okavango Delta and it covers four distinct Eco-systems. The Savuti marsh in particular offers the highest concentrations of wildlife in Africa. There is around 120,000 elephants, and they are wonderful to see from the water on a safari cruise, popular at sundown here. The perfect time to visit Chobe is between May and September, the waterless, cooler winter months. This time visitors can see herds of zebra, eland, buffalo, giraffe and wildebeest congregate. Chobe is reachable by car which makes it a little less expensive than some other Botswana Parks. There is a wide variety of accommodation accessible to suit all budgets.
- Okavango Delta
The Okavango River cuts through the middle of the Kalahari Desert, creating a unique inland water system that provides life to a huge variety of birds and mammals. The Okavango Delta is a exclusive safari destination because you can see much of the wildlife from a traditional canoe, a mokoro. In the dry season from May to October is the best time to view wildlife is during the peak of the flood. There are luxury lodges dotted around as well as safari camps, many of them offer walking safaris.
- Tsodilo Hills
Tsodilo hills are luxury destinations in Botswana and spiritual outdoor art gallery, showcasing more than 4,000 antique San Bushmen rock paintings. There are around 400 sites depicting hunting scenes and animals. This is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Tourists can expect to hike the three main hills, using local people as guides. There is a basic camp and small but informative museum on site.
- Nxai Pan National Park
The Nxai Pan National Park is Luxury destinations Botswana and is just a beautiful destination for a safari. There are wonderful sand dunes, the well-known Baines baobabs, and of course the salt pans themselves that when flooded present tremendous opportunity to watch bird and wildlife. The location in northeastern Botswana makes it effortless to combine your visit with Chobe, and the Okavango Delta, which reaches into the park.
- Tuli Block
The Tuli block is a wildlife rich area in eastern Botswana that boundaries South Africa and Zimbabwe at the confluence of the Limpopo and Shashe Rivers. Tuli block encompasses different reserves, including Mashatu Game Reserve and Northern Tuli Game Reserve. It is a gorgeous area with numerous rivers, savannah, riverine forests, and lots of massive baobab trees. There are plenty of lion, leopard, large herds of elephant and even cheetah. As it is private land, guided walking safaris and night drives can be enjoyed. There are many lodges and camps to stay at.