Survival in the desert
Botswana boasts one of the oldest communities of hunter-gatherers on earth, the San bushmen. For thousands of years the San have been surviving in the arduous conditions of the Kalahari where most would die of thirst in a few short days.Read more
Botswana boasts one of the oldest communities of hunter-gatherers on earth, the San bushmen. For thousands of years the San have been surviving in the arduous conditions of the Kalahari where most would die of thirst in a few short days.
Discover the desert and watch in disbelief as the San pull hidden food, water and survival tools out of the sand.
The tour offers the best places to experience the hunter-gatherer lifestyle.
Makgadikgadi Pans is a salty and very inhospitable desert, this is why this place is not rich in flora and fauna. Anyway, there are also some protected areas, which receive large migrations of zebras and wildebeest.
To discover this suggestive and picturesque zone, you will spend three nights at Meno a Kwena Tented Camp.
You will move to Khwai, a little village in Botswana just outside the Moremi Game Reserve in the North of the country.
Overnight at Sango Safari Camp, a luxury safari lodge, where you can take part in organized safaris and other activities.
Going to Chobe National Park you will discover one of the most amazing places to take part in game drives. Its ecosystem is truly heterogeneous, moreover the park boasts a big concentration of elephants.
Overnight at Chobe Under Canvas.
Transfer to Victoria Falls, where you will spend your next night.
Here, it is possible to explore a breath-taking natural environment and enjoy the waterfalls, which have been declared World Heritage Site by Unesco in 1989.
Overnight at Ilala Lodge.
Just outside Victoria Falls lies Zambezi National Park, where you will spend your two last nights.
It is home to a big variety of game species. Overnight at Pioneers Camp.