Local Guide for Botswana Tri

Fun Things To Do On Your Botswana Trip

If you are trying to plan a thrilling safari for your next holiday with breathtaking landscapes and unappralled experiences, you can consider Botswana. It is located at the heart of South Africa and is the largest producer of diamonds in the world. But do you know what you can get in Botswana besides these luxurious big rocks, fabulous scenic beauty, and wildlife adventure? If you are clueless about how to start, start your research to find the best tour company to help you plan your dream safari and provide you with a local guide for the Botswana trip. So, without further ado, let us look at the hottest activities you can try in Botswana.

  1. Visit the San Bushmen

The tribe’s name is derived from the Kalahari. They are indigenous hunter-gatherers recognized as the first nations of the southern part of the continent. They have lived in these challenging terrains for over 20,000 years, exhibiting their survival skills for generations. Visit them and learn about their unique culture, excellent hunting skills, and knowledge about medicinal and poisonous herbs. 

  • Go for predator sighting

Wildlife is abundant in this part of the African continent. The guides are passionate about letting you meet the most enthralling entourage of various kinds of animals. You can go on a guided drive to experience the most adventurous spottings of the world’s biggest elephant and other predator spectacles.

  • Spot the rare wilds of the continent

Visit the Moremi Game Reserve to spot the smaller, more elusive wild species. You can spot the shaggy waterbuck, antelopes, and many more when heading towards Chobe National Park. The delta is the best spot to see two rare species of antelope: the leaping red lechwe and the very shy sitatunga.

  • Game viewing in Horseback

Horse riding safaris are among the most fun things you can do in Africa. These are recommended for experienced riders only. Ride the back of these majestic four-legged creatures and enjoy spotting wildlife through the pristine floodplains of the continent. The fewer experienced can also enjoy these experiences to a certain extent by opting for gentle outriders offered by most lodges.

So, now that you know what to try on your next Botswana trip, contact us at San & Nature to plan the most luxurious and tailored safari that meets your vision of adventure, relaxation, and memories you will cherish for a lifetime.