casual visitor to Botswana could be excused for seeing the country as
kilometre upon kilometre of flat, desolate scrubland with little or no
surface water. However, to the north lies the magnificent Okavango
waterway, with its green and fertile plains, flowing straight into the
sea of sand, the Kalahari Desert, and creating a unique natural
wonderland - home to a multitude of Africa's Fauna and Flora. Almost a
quarter of this country is devoted to wildlife sanctuaries and these
remote and unspoilt wilderness areas are widely acknowledged as offering
the finest game viewing in Africa.
We offer two variations of safaris to this area, covering the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans, Okavango Delta, Moremi, Savuti, Chobe and Victoria Falls. These tours offer the traveller, photographer, birdwatcher and naturalist the ultimate natural paradise. We may run these tours as double tours so clients must expect to travel in reverse direction if required.
This is "THE" place for you to start to fulfill your "African Dream"! It is teaming with ALL the wildlife your heart desires and so much more! The Sunsets the unexpected the thrills of seeing the elusive Leopard exotic birds a herd of Elephant crossing in front of you as you explore with an experienced Guide using his or her "Know How"! Kasane is the first town a visitor experiences upon arrival in Botswana.
The town has developed a great deal in the past few years with new
superstores and hotels giving the town less of a frontier feel
than before. Despite this development elephants still wander certain
roads in the town and warthogs root in lodge and hotel grounds. Kasane
is situated on the banks of the Chobe River and it is not uncommon to
see herds of elephant and buffalo roaming the floodplains whilst you are
driving through the town. How to get There:
By Commercial Flight
By Commercial Flight:
The main airport of Botswana is the Sir Seretse Khama in Gaborone. However safari package tours will put you down in either Maun, near the Delta, or at Livingstone near Victoria Falls. Flights arriving at these two airports can start from either Johannesburg or Cape Town. By Road (Read 4x4):
There are 15 entry points into Botswana by road. The major entry point is in the south at Gaborone for access from Johannesburg. Other main access points are from Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Access from Harare is via Victoria Falls and through Kasane or the Kazangula ferry point. All roads to Botswana are good, and the primary roads of the country are paved and well maintained.
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