Botswana is known for its peace and tranquillity, its diverse cultures, and its wonderful parks and wildlife.

Major Attractions

Makgadikgadi Pans

Makgadikgadi, largely uninhabited by humans, is the largest dry lake in Africa, covering an area of about 12 000km2.

World Heritage Sites

Tsodilo Hills World Heritage Site

Rising abruptly, and dramatically, from the Kalahari scrub bush (the rock face turns a copper colour in the dying sun) the magnetic power of the Tsodilo Hills both captivates and mystifies.

Transfrontier Conservation Areas

The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park

The red-brown sands of the Kalahari Desert; medicinal plants; 60 species of mammals; the unique Kalahari lions; the world’s fastest animal on land; the world’s heaviest flying bird; 52 of the 80 raptors recorded in South Africa; exciting wilderness trails; and the traditional Khomani San. What better place to be than in [...]