Similar in size to France, Botswana is a landlocked country in Southern Africa. About 70% of its land surface is dominated by the Kalahari Desert. Despite minimal rainfall and an arid climate, animal life is rich, varied and thriving. Large populations of elephant, zebra, lion, leopard and many more species roam and rule in the vast wilderness.

If you want to explore on a small group journey or a specially tailored private tour, Simon 

can craft an itinerary to take you into the heart of Botswana and beyond.

.... cruising the lush Okavango Delta in a traditional dugout canoe.


One of the world’s largest inland deltas, the river drains out onto the savannah creating a unique – and ever-changing – habitat for Botswana’s wildlife. Deemed one of the world’s premier wilderness areas, around 260,000 mammals congregate around the delta – making it ideal for spotting the Big Five on a unique safari adventure.

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