Botswana is a large country in size, but has only a population of just over 2 million people. In these sparsely populated lands, nature reigns supreme.
Expect elephants crossing the road or lions roaring passed your tent at night. The two dominating landscapes are the Kalahari Desert in the central and southern part and the Okavango Delta in the north. The latter is flooded each year by mountain rains rushing in from Angola and is exploding with an unmatched plethora of wildlife, the ultimate hotspot for an African safari.
In the northeast, the largest elephant and buffalo herds in Africa roam Chobe National Park, while active meerkats are the main attraction in the endless nothingness of the Magkadagkadi Pans. Travel to Botswana with AMADI and include it in your very own Africa tour, combining it with neighbouring South Africa.
One of the wildest, untouched wilderness areas can be explored in the Okavango Delta
Limited access guarantees authentic nature experiences
Diverse landscapes from the Kalahari to the Magkadagkadi Pans and the Chobe National Park
Perfect romantic honeymoon destination, completely off the beaten track
Botswana Immersion & Victoria Falls
You want to avoid the beach clichés and luxury resorts? Join the tribe of romantic nature lovers and indulge in the wonders of Botswana, an untouched wildlife paradise, and in beautiful experiences in Victoria Falls and on the banks of the Zambezi.
Romantic Botswana & Victoria Falls
You want to avoid the beach clichés and luxury resorts for a romantic getaway? Disconnect in intimate togetherness and indulge in the wildlife wonders of Botswana and beautiful experiences in Victoria Falls and on the banks of the Zambezi River.
Visas & Immigration
You require a valid passport, Emergency Travel Documents are not accepted. Please note the restrictions for parents travelling with children. Please check with the Botswana embassy in your home country which countries do not require a visa and details regarding birth certificates for children, also when travelling via South Africa.
Currency & Payment
The currency of Botswana is Pula. We do, however, recommend to have some US dollars in small denominations on you for tips and smaller purchases, it will be accepted widely (make sure you carry notes that were printed after 2007). For payments at hotels and lodges, we recommend credit cards (mainly MasterCard and Visa).
Health & Vaccinations
Should you have travelled to or through a yellow fever infected country, you must present a international health certificate of vaccination for yellow fever when entering Botswana. Please check the list of countries on the homepage of the World Health Organization.
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