Walk with the Elephants on a Boswana Safari

February 21, 2013 by

Boswana Safari

Boswana, Africa is an untamed wildlife refuge with 38 percent of its total land devoted to reserves, national parks, and wildlife management areas.

The stunning beauty and vastness of the wilderness landscape is beyond compare, but the reason people choose a Boswana Safari is to view the prolific and unique wildlife.

Botswana ElephantSanctuary Chief’s Camp Boswana Safaris

For those looking for a Boswana Safari for viewing game rather than shooting it, the Sanctuary Chief’s Camp is an ideal setting. This top-rated camp is located on Chief’s Island in the Moremi Game Reserve and is known for some of the finest viewing in South Africa including the rare black and white rhinos.

On-site accommodations include 12 luxury bush pavilions, each equipped with indoor and outdoor showers as well as private decks. The camp offers three different Boswana Safari packages. 

  • 5 Night Heart of the Delta Safari: The itinerary for this safari has a little flexibility. You may start your day with three orphaned elephants that have been brought up around humans since they were babies. A few people accompany them each morning as they forage for food. In the afternoon, enjoy a game drive, and at night, take advantage of the opportunity to view many of the nocturnal animals like the hyena and leopard. 
  • 6 Night Highlights of Boswana Safari: Guests stay in 8 well-appointed, classic styled safari tents. Game viewing activities include canoe excursions, game drives in open 4 x 4 vehicles, bush dinners, and walking safaris with an armed professional guide. 
  • 8 Night Botswana and Victoria Falls Safari: This safari experience offers an educational opportunity to interact with a group of semi-habituated African elephants. Other activities include mokoro canoe excursions, customized game drives in an open 4 x 4 vehicle, and bush dinners. 

Botswana Hippo

For more information on day to day safari itineraries and activities, and travel details, check the website. 

Photo credits: whatleydude, MAZZALIARMADI.IT, MAZZALIARMADI.IT

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