Of utmost importance on a Botswana holiday is the activities. These activities give you the chance to see the wildlife up close. To see the wildlife, there are daily game drives, boat trips and, of course, you can watch the wildlife from the comfort of the lodge.
Chobe is a hot, dry region and for most of the year the wildlife is dependent on the river for water, making for truly spectacular game drives and boat cruises. During game activities Elephant are seen in their hundreds and Buffalo in their thousands. Lions are an almost daily sighting, as are Impala, Sable Antelope, Giraffe, Warthog and numerous other species.
The Chobe River is a tributary of the mighty Zambezi River, home to the mighty Tiger Fish. The lodge can supply the tackle and boat. From there you will be taken out for a day of excitement as you try to reel in a Tiger Fish. Guests are requested to practice catch and release.
Guests wanting to know about tribal life in the area can go on a mokoro (a traditional dugout canoe) trip to the villages in Namibia. Your guide will take you from Botswana to Namibia by mokoro and on foot through the villages. Your guide will be a local from the area and will take the time to explain village life and traditional beliefs and customs to you on your Botswana holiday.