Botswana offers exceptional wildlife viewing in its varied parks and reserves.

Large herds of elephant and buffalo gather in Chobe National Park, while hippo, crocodiles and many bird species take advantage of the Okavango Delta’s labyrinth of waterways and lagoons. With almost 40% of its land area devoted to national parks and reserves, Botswana is one of Africa’s most exclusive safari destinations. Take a fly-in safari around the stylish camps of the Okavango Delta, a beautiful wetland mosaic teeming with wildlife.


African Sensations is a specialist inbound tour operator to Southern and Eastern Africa and we offer a portfolio of truly exceptional sustainable tours that have been carefully selected with our business partners. They all comply to our demanding and high standards of quality and responsible tourism.

We are delighted to bring you a selection of some of our Longer Tours & Safaris, Shorter Tours in Botswana, and Specialist photographic itineraries. To make a booking or discuss your travel plans simply call our one of our dedicated itinerary planners or complete the enquiry form and we will get straight back to you.

All our tours are designed in such a way as to comply with responsible and sustainable tourism in mind.


The magnificent Okavango Delta – in which Moremi Wildlife Reserve is set – fans out across the north-western corner and creates a paradise of islands and lagoons teeming with birds and wildlife.  In the north-east, the famous Chobe National Park supports great concentrations of elephant and buffalo.  To the south the arid Kalahari Desert unlocks the secrets of many nocturnal species and in particular predators!  Explore the Okavango Delta, Moremi, Linyanti or Chobe areas. The Okavango Delta is a vast ecosystem created as the Okavango River flows into the parched Kalahari Desert. The land underpins the wonder of the Okavango Delta.

The Okavango Delta is also a truly iconic photo destination and African Sensations is proud to be a partner with Pangolin Photo Safaris a dedicated and premier photo safari operator.

A safari in Botswana would not be complete without the vast, flat saltpans at the heart of the Kalahari, host to fleeting herds of game and big, open skies, and encompassing the truly remote Central Kalahari Game Reserve. Then there’s the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, which is usually best visited as part of a holiday from neighbouring South Africa.

African Sensations can tailor-make any style of safari to Botswana – we recommend a combination of ‘water & land’ camps, offering game viewing on foot, by mokoro or boat, or in a 4×4 vehicle.