Visit Botswana and Game Reserves
Adventurous travellers seeking a truly remote African safari will be thrilled to discover that such a thing still exists.
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Vacation Style Holiday TypeAdventure, Bespoke Holidays, Guided Tours, Jungle, Wildlife
Activity Level Strenuous
Day 1 – 3: Kalahari Game Reserve
Adventurous travellers seeking a truly remote African safari will be thrilled to discover that such a thing still exists. As the second largest game reserve in the world and one of the least visited, nothing can prepare you for the sheer wonder of exploring this vast reserve with its wild, untouched beauty.
The landscape is dominated by sand veldt, acacias, and Kalahari appleleaf, interspersed with grasslands, and dotted with occasional sand dunes, pans and fossil river valleys.
While the reserve is home to an impressive variety of wildlife, there is one animal that is rather obviously absent, the human being. It is this lack of human traffic, combined with the park’s lack of infrastructure, that makes for a challenging and marvellously authentic African experience. Visitors need to be entirely self-sufficient but those willing to make the effort will be richly rewarded.
Day 4 – 6: Makgadikgadi & Nxai Pan National Parks
The Makgadikgadi Pan is the world’s largest salt pan, formed on the bed of an ancient lake that began evaporating aeons ago. Visiting Makgadikgadi is a unique desert experience: in the dry season, this vast expanse of sun-baked salt glistens in the light and when the rains come, the pan is home to a cornucopia of flamingos and other water birds, as well as one of Africa’s biggest zebra populations, whose annual migration is a wonder to behold.
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Meal Basis: Full Board plus Activities
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