User Reviews – Botswana
Botswana is very developed in terms of facilities and wildlife viewing. They are very ecologically conservationists and have taken great care of their parks.
Although we found Botswana beautiful, it did not have the typical majestic beauty many people assume is present throught Africa. There were no giant mountains or lakes, just simple unadulterated lovely wilderness.
20-35 years of age
Very pristine, untouched wilderness, yet 5 star service and offering in Wilderness camps.
Email Shahar Bar | under20 years of age
Botswana is giving freedom to the wildlife animals and have a wide variety of animals.
Email Linda Hoernke | 50-65 years of age
Botswana "is" Africa!
50-65 years of age
It's a beautiful place with great scenery, animals, and birds.
Email Marco | 20-35 years of age
If you like safaris, Botswana is the place for you. Kilometers and kilometers of untouched land, where the big animals roam free. Moreover, Botswana has a good economical and political status, so it is a very safe destination for your safari.
20-35 years of age
The highlight for wildlife in southern Africa
Botswana has an amazing amount of wildlife. From the Okovango Delta to the Chobe River, and the savannahs in between, I have never been so astounded! There were so many amazing experiences on the trip - from being charged by an elephant to seeing lions on my birthday, it really was a trip of a lifetime, we even had a juvenile leopard come into our camp one night! The country is safe, the people are friendly, and the weather was perfect - cool nights and warm days. Bring your camera because you can't take a bad photo there! I loved the trip and can't wait to get back over!
Email Martin | 20-35 years of age
Lots of animals - both on land, in water and in the air. Botswana is a beautiful country.
Email Scott and Mark | 50-65 years of age
In my review of Chobe National Park you will see why I rate Botswana so highly as a Safari destination. Overall, the people are remarkably friendly and proud of their country, its history and leaders. Even through areas of extreme poverty, there was a consistent expression of pride. The scenic beauty, isolation, and unspoiled expanses of land are worth the trip.