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Welcome to Botswana


Botswana is well known for having some of the best wilderness and wildlife areas on the African continent. With a full 38 percent of its total land area devoted to national parks, reserves and wildlife management areas – for the most part unfenced, allowing animals to roam wild and free – travel through many parts of the country has the feeling of moving through an immense Nature wonderland.


As well, with more and more cultural tourism options on offer, you will be charmed by the people of Botswana, visiting their villages and experiencing first-hand their rich cultural heritage. But perhaps most of all, Botswana’s greatest gift is its ability to put us in touch with our natural selves. It offers that vital link so keenly felt by inhabitants of the developed world, a pervasive void we feel but often cannot name – our connectedness with Nature and the astonishing diversity of plants and animals to be explored.

Hightlights

  • Rich culture and historical sites
  • Untouched natural beauty
  • Various outdoor activities
  • Fiesta of Western, Eastern and African cuisine
  • World premium hospitalities


Quick Facts

Language

Setswana is the national language with minor differences in dialects. However, English is the official business language and it is widely spoken in urban areas with most written communication being in this language.

Climate

Botswana’s climate is semi-arid. Though it is hot and dry for much of the year, there is a rainy season, which runs through the summer months. Rainfall tends to be erratic, unpredictable and highly regional. Often a heavy downpour may occur in one area while 10 or 15 kilometres away there is no rain at all. Showers are often followed by strong sunshine so that a good deal of the rainfall does not penetrate the ground but is lost to evaporation and transpiration.
‘Pula’, one of the most frequently heard words in Botswana, is not only the name of Botswana’s currency, but also the Setswana word for rain. So much of what takes place in Botswana relies on this essential, frequently scarce commodity.


Plan Your Visit

The Okavango Delta, Moremi and Chobe are Botswana’s most popular parks. The best time to visit them is from May to September, during the dry season and winter, resulting in more moderate temperatures. In addition, the Okavango is flooded from June to October. Wildlife viewing is good year-round, but this can differ for some parks.

Flights

Currently there is no directly flight from China/HK to Botswana, however there are several hub cities like Addis Ababa, Nairobi and Der es Salaam as transfers by Ethiopian Airways, Kenya Airways etc.


Selected Itineraries 精选行程

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Turkey Luxury Small Photography Group Journeys

Eternal Turkey is a true melting pot of cultures.

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Winter Special Tour 1

we offer you both Derinkuyu underground city and most local highlights.

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Winter Special Tour 2

we offer you both Göreme open air museum and some highlights.

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Okavango Delta Safari

The Okavango Delta Safari is a four day fly-in safari experience

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Australia & New Zealand: Two Worlds of Wonder (2016)

On one extraordinary journey, visit mystical Uluru in the Outback.

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Australia & New Zealand: The Lands Down Under (2016)

Explore two inspiring destinations ,New Zealand with Auckland.

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Turkey: A Journey Through History (2016)

Independently explore Turkey, including the marvelous historic attractions.

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Signature Turkey (2016)

Explore the newly renovated Turkish and Islamic Arts Museum,discover archaeological wonders.

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Wedding & Anniversary

We take great pleasure and pride in helping you to plan

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