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Botswana Conservation & Community Initiatives

Botswana is a model worldwide for sustainability and conservation travel. By specifically targeting conservation-focused, low-volume tourism they have been tremendously successful in maximizing benefits to wildlife and communities. Our local partners in Botswana have been leading the safari industry for over 30 years and have re-defined what it means to be a sustainable safari operation. Using the “4 Cs” of commerce, conservation, community, and culture to focus operations on, together we all have a positive influence toward an ever-brighter future of this African oasis. Not only are our camps in Botswana constructed to the highest standards of sustainability, they are extremely low impact on the surrounding environment. Read more below to understand why we truly are the leaders of sustainability when it comes to Botswana safaris.
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Anti-poaching and Fisheries Management

Anti-poaching and Fisheries Management

Tubu Camp
Through our visitation to the Jao Concession, funding has been secured for the University of Botswana to launch a committee in order to reduce wildlife conflict between the community and the Jao Concession...
Maun Animal Welfare Society

Maun Animal Welfare Society

Maun, Botswana
Maun Animal Welfare Society (MAWS) is a non-profit organization formed in 2003 by a small group of residents in Maun in response to the alarming increase in unwanted, free-roaming domestic dogs...
Reducing Our Footprint

Reducing Our Footprint

Linyanti Camp
Linyanti Tented Camp is powered by a hybrid system, combining a generator which charges a bank of batteries that in turn supplies the camp with electricity through an inverter. Solar geysers are...
Elephant-human Conflict Research

Elephant-human Conflict Research

Duma Tau Camp
Perhaps the most topical issue for Botswana is its very large elephant population and the possible impact they exert on vegetation and other animal species. As a result, our local partners have facilitated and...
Botswana Predator Conservation Trust

Botswana Predator Conservation Trust

Chitabe Camp
This is the longest-running large predator conservation research program in Botswana. Started by Dr JW McNutt in 1989 as a research project focused on Africa’s most endangered large carnivore, the...
WWF in Action: Botswana

WWF in Action: Botswana

The Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA) is a conservation area on an unprecedented scale. Encompassing 109 million acres and crossing five southern Africa countries—Angola, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe—KAZA is the...
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Secluded Botswana Safari

Secluded Botswana Safari

Our flagship Botswana safari! A truly exclusive wilderness immersion in the Okavango Delta's best private wildlife reserves and beyond, plus Victoria Falls.

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12 Days / May – Nov, From $11795 (+air)
Botswana & Zimbabwe Explorer
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Botswana & Zimbabwe Explorer

Discover the best of Botswana on remote private reserves, where wildlife viewing is second to none—plus three nights in Zimbabwe's Hwange National Park...and Victoria Falls, too!
10 Days / May – Nov 2019, From $9995 (+air)
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