Botswana Travel Guide

Continent: Africa
Region: Southern Africa

Botswana Travel Essentials

Ideal Duration:
7-10 days for exploring Chobe National Park, Okavango Delta, and Maun; longer for more extensive safari experiences

Best Time:
May to September (Dry season) Read More

Accommodation Cost (per night in USD):
Budget: $50-80
Mid-range: $100-150
Luxury: $200 and above

Visa Policy for Indians:
Visa required

Visa Policy for Other Nationals:
Visa required for most countries

Getting In Botswana:
Sir Seretse Khama International Airport (GBE) in Gaborone, Maun Airport (MUB) Read More

Getting Around Botswana:
Safari vehicles, domestic flights, rental cars Read More

"Wilderness Untamed, Africa's Heart"

Botswana Tourism

Nestled in Southern Africa, Botswana offers a wilderness haven where pristine landscapes and diverse wildlife flourish. Gaborone, the capital, blends urban development with the essence of the African spirit.

The Okavango Delta, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is a lush oasis supporting an array of creatures, while the vastness of the Kalahari Desert is a stark beauty to behold. Chobe National Park lures visitors with one of the densest elephant populations in Africa. Botswana's festivals, like the Maun Festival, celebrate the nation's cultural diversity and traditional music. Amidst the untamed landscapes and thriving ecosystems, Botswana invites you to witness the untamed beauty of Africa

Holidify's opinion on Travel to Botswana

What's Great about Travelling to Botswana?

Safari experiences, Okavango Delta, and diverse wildlife.

What's Not So Great about Travelling to Botswana?

High Costs, Language Barrier, Limited Infrastructure

Who should Travel to Botswana?

Safari Enthusiasts. Nature and Wildlife Lovers. Adventure Seekers. Photography Aficionados.

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