Register Now

Login

Lost Password

Lost your password? Please enter your email address. You will receive a link and will create a new password via email.

Add question

Login

Register Now

Thank you for registering with us, Welcome to Safari Questions and Answer family. Feel free to ask Questions, Answer Questions or post any opinion that you might have!

Category : Botswana Travel Guide

It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to describe the entire country of Botswana as a national park. Even the spaces between designated parks are wild and free, and you’ll find warthog trotting through the towns, big old bull elephant wandering across the highways and even wild dog between farms. So, with all this open space and wildlife, where is the best place to go to see it all? Our Botswana country guide will help you find the answer.

Safari and Tours Vacation Rentals Travel Blog Volunteers Forum Botswana travel Reports

Africa the Conservation Continent

Why Africa Must Become the Conservation Continent: Africa has been at the receiving end of the monikers of others, from the pejorative 'dark' continent of the 19th century to be labelled more recently, first, as 'hopeless' ...

Continue reading

How to Plan Your First Safari

To get the food, shelter and safari experience you want, you need to research your trip. Here’s a thorough list of the details you should consider. A safari vacation in Africa is probably the most ...

Continue reading

African Safari I Safari Questions

“Knock-knock,” says the man outside your tent with a tea tray in his hands. What kind of holiday is this, you might ask, being woken at 6am? But sunrise in Africa is not to be missed. Where else ...

Continue reading

Mashatu Game Reserve Botswana

With unfenced borders between South African and Zimbabwean national parks, this 29 000 hectares (72 000 acres) of private land offers spectacular wildlife viewing. Predators are prolific and roam the sweeping grasslands, and massive herds of elephant, wind ...

Continue reading

Botswana Seasonal Highlights

Botswana’s ‘two seasons’ As a large country – roughly the size of France – Botswana has a great variation in climate which has been divided into the two broad categories of a dry and wet season.

Continue reading

Car Rentals in Botswana

Botswana car rentals: On your next trip to Botswana don’t build your exploring around public transportation schedules. Instead, rent a car in Botswana and venture out whenever and wherever you like. Benefits of ...

Continue reading

Chobe National Park Botswana

EXPLORE CHOBE NATIONAL PARK Aptly and fondly known as ‘The Land of The Giants’, Chobe National Park in the north of beautiful Botswana is home to Africa’s largest elephant population and comprises more than 10,000 km2 ...

Continue reading

Topography of Botswana Safari

Botswana is one of Africa's landlocked countries, located in the south-west part of the continent. It is surrounded by four countries - Namibia to the west and north, South Africa to the south, Zimbabwe to the east, and shares a tiny section ...

Continue reading

Where to go in Africa in October

October in Africa and the weather is in charge. In East Africa the short rains have begun and the landscape replies with a blanket of fresh green grass. South of the Zambezi, however, it has barely rained since May and animals ...

Continue reading

When to go in Africa in December

As the northern hemisphere sinks into the short, cold, dark days of winter, Africa stretches its arms out wide in a warm welcome. December in Africa is when summer gets going and many places are at their best. ...

Continue reading