This 3 day Fly-in Classic Linyanti Kwando River Escape Safari takes you to the banks of the wild Kwando River, overlooking the Mudumu National Park and...more
Enjoy a beautiful forested setting humming with wildlife on a Botswana Safari at Kwando Lagoon Camp, which overlooks the Kwando River and Namibia's Caprivi Strip....more
Lebala Camp sits on the floodplains of the Kwando River in the huge (232, 000 hectare) Kwando Concession, renowned for its large elephant and predator population....more
In North Eastern Botswana you will find the Northern Tuli Game Reserve, Selebi Phikwe, Tswapong Hills, Old Palapye and Francistown. Francistown was the centre of the first gold rush and the mines have recently been revived.There is an animal orphanage in the village as well as the Tachila Nature Reserve with leopard, kudu, hyena, impala and many other buck species with rhino, zebra cheetah and giraffe that will be introduced to the reserve.
The Tuli Game Reserve is one of the largest privately owned game reserves in Southern Africa. It consists of the three major private concessions; Tuli Safari Lodge, Nitani Private Game Reserve and Mashatu Game Reserve which is home to 48 species of mammals and 350 species of birds. There are about 20 000 animals residing in the reserve. The Lepokole Hills colossal granite blocks is in an area rich in archaeological and historical treasures. The Tswapong Hills with its lush, wet vegetation and a series of waterfalls is a big drawcard. Tswapong holds numerous fascinating and very beautiful archaeological, historical and natural history sites. The Moremi Gorge is the source of three permanent waterfalls.Old Palapye with its artifacts from the Middle Stone age, the late Stone Age and the Early Iron Age is an important multicultural historical site.
At Domboshaba you will see see the stone wall site dating back to 1450 AD at the end of the Great Zimbabwe period. Mapungubwe Hill was a prosperous Iron Age metropolis and its people’s craftsmanship and quality were superior. Its trade network reached as far as China, India and Egypt. At Motlhabaneng you can meet the local village people and have a look at original ancient San rock paintings. Solomon’s Wall is a 30 meter high basalt dyke which once held back a great lake and you can still find numerous semi-precious stones along the Motloutse riverbed. See Botswana safari tours in North Eastern Botswana.