Botswana Wildlife Safari


A tour that takes you to the heart of Southern Africa is a tour that lets you glimpse into the lives of animals in their natural habitat and brings you face-to-face with the world’s most dangerous predators in their territory. Such a tour is the Botswana Wildlife Safari, which covers one of the largest national parks in Africa: Etosha National Park in Namibia, then the world-famous Chobe National Park in Botswana, and in the end, the wonder of nature, Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe.

Etosha National Park is famous for its prominent and vast Etosha Pan, one of the largest salt pans in the world. It is so huge, it is even visible from space. Chobe National Park offers you a visit to the king of the jungle with the amenities of a king. And the magnificent Victoria Falls, the world’s largest waterfall, which falls like a sheet of white water, is home to various unique plants and animals.

Trip Highlights
  • Begin your Botswana Wildlife Safari by Game Watching in Etosha National Park
  • Relaxing beside the hippos at Okavango River
  • Boat safari at Chobe National Park
  • Spot leopards in Bwabwata National Park
  • Witness elephants playing in the Chobe River
  • A glimpse at the magnificent beauty of Victoria Falls
  • Discover endemic and refreshing flora and fauna

Day 1

Visit Etosha National Park

Once you arrive in Windhoek, you will check into a hotel, and after lunch, you will be taken to visit Etosha National Park. Etosha means great white expanse, which is exactly what the place looks like with the vast Etosha pan, which is always filled with water and hence a good site to spot animals such as black-faced impala and Damara dik-dik. Etosha National Park also has various waterholes that attract the rare black rhino, which can be spotted at night. Also, if one is lucky, one can spot lions and leopards in the early hours of the day.

Day 2

Game Drive

The next morning, the tourists are taken on a drive in Etosha National Park to discover several plants and animals in their natural habitat. The water holes are a great place for game-watching, as various animals come here to quench their thirst.

During the Cheetah Drive, one can also spot cheetahs in the early morning.

Day 3

Okavango River

The next day, after an early breakfast, visit the salt pan and glimpse at the plethora of wildlife in Etosha National Park. After this, the tourists will leave for Caprivi, which is filled with panoramic views of greenery and vast open skies.

Then we will visit the Okavango River, a vast river that hosts rhinos. These rhinos bathe and play in the river and can be glimpsed by tourists. The Okavango River is one of the best fascinations, with its scenery and sights of hippos, that is included in the Botswana wildlife safari tour.

Day 4

Mahango National Park

After an early breakfast, we will visit the Mahango National Park and spot the animals for which Africa is known, such as elephants, giraffes, zebras, etc.

On the cruise through the Okavango River, one can witness the mighty hippos in the river as well.

Days 5 - 6

Kwando river

After breakfast, the tourists will set out to explore the Kwando River ahead of the Caprivi stretch and the two lesser-known but still beautiful Mudumu and Bwabwata National Parks. The Bwabwata National Park is famous for animals such as elephants, zebras, and leopards.

The day is filled with astounding sights of nature as well as the vast expanse of the jungle that is roamed freely by the animals.

Day 7

Visit Chobe National Park

Once you reach Botswana, the main attraction of the Botswana wildlife safari, you will proceed to visit the wonderful Chobe National Park. One can easily spot animals such as elephants, buffaloes, zebras, and hippos roaming and bathing in the Chobe River. The park is famous for common sightings of lions, cheetahs, and leopards as well. The mammoth size and ferocity of the animals in their territory will humble the onlookers while widening their eyes as well.

One can choose to stay and relax at Botswana's luxury safari lodges.

Day 8

Cruise along the Chobe River

The day will start with game sightings in the morning and proceed to a cruise on the Chobe River led by the Safari Specialists of Botswana.

This will let you get a closer look at the diversity of Chobe National Park and appreciate the immense beauty of nature.

Days 9 - 10

Victoria Falls

These two days of this tour are dedicated to fully grasping and appreciating the beauty and splendor of Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe. Also known as the Smoke of the Thunder, the extraordinary Victoria Falls measure almost two kilometers in width and fall with a deafening sound that excites and astounds. One can also enjoy adventure sports and activities such as kayaking, whitewater rafting, hydrospeeding, bungee jumping, swimming, etc.

These two days are filled with adrenaline and wonder and are the most memorable days of the tour.

Day 11


After breakfast, the tourists will catch their flight to their next destination from Victoria Falls International Airport, carrying immense memories of the Botswana wildlife safari tour and the majestic Victoria Falls.