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FAQ on Botswana
When is the best time to go on a Botswana Safari?
Botswana actually only has two seasons, a wet and a dry season. In the dry season from April to October it will be easier to spot game but the wet season is the period when many species calve and the perfect time for spotting birds. Average temperatures in Botswana fluctuate from 20 degrees in winter (May – August) to 30 degrees in summer ( October – February )
What is the best way to travel around Botswana?
Compared to some of its neighbouring countries like Namibia and South Africa, Botswana does not offer the best infrastructure for self-drive safaris. Also the most stunning areas of the Okavango Delta and many of the other national parks in Botswana are surrounded by swamps and waterways. It is simply not possible to get there by car.
Therefore all of our Botswana Safaris are Fly-in Safaris. With a small and light aircraft it is easy to hop around the country and reach the most remote destinations.
However if you combine Botswana with a Self-drive in Namibia for example we can create a sort of Fly-in and Self-Drive combination where you leave the car behind for a couple of days to head deeper into the Bush.
Botswana is located right next to Namibia & Zambia. It is thus perfectly combinable with a Self-Drive or Fly-in Safari combining the Namibian Deserts and the Victoria Falls in Zambia!