Why travel to Botswana?

Destination to discover

Botswana is that destination that you have been looking for a long time... nature in its purest form, connection with your origins, security, authenticity, adrenaline and fun.

A country the size of France with a population of just 2.5 million inhabitants, so the vast majority of the country is pristine nature. Botswana is one of the few corners of Africa where the authentic tracking safari is still carried out, hence our name, Follow the tracks.

The main charm of the country lies in the incredible changes in landscape, form the widing channels of the Okavango Delta to the Savuti Savannah, the immesity of the Chobe River, the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans and the Kalahari Desert among others. The animals live in complete freedom, the National Parks and Reserves are not fenced, which allows them to migrate from north to south and from east to west depending on the time of year in search of food and water.

Culturally they are happy, friendly, family-oriented and hard working. Botswana has more than 40 different ethnic groups, although the majority is the Tswana ethnic group that gives its name to the country Botswana "Land of the Tswana".

The coutry's flag itself gives us some clues about the place that is breathed here. The blue bands represent water, a good that is always scarce and welcomed, rainwater and water from the Okavango Delta. And the black and white bands represent the colors of the zebra, the animal on Botswana's coat of arms, and harmony and coexistence between races.


Largest interior delta in the world, with an area of more than 20,000 km2. Declare a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and known as "The Jewel of the Kalahari", the Okavango Delta is an oasis in the Botswana desert. It is a unique ecosystem in the world, recognized as one of the best safari destinations for its great diversity in fauna and flora.

The Okavango River rises in the mountains of Angola from where it travels 1,600 km crossing Angola and Namibia until filtering into the sands of Kalahari Desert in Botswana.

Explore its channels in a "mokoro", a traditional canoe, enjoying the absolute silence, where the only sounds you will hear will be elephants cooling off, hippos with their babies enjoying the tranquility offered by its waters or countless types of water birds, it is a unique experience to connect with nature.

There are seasonal flood zones such as the Moremi or Khwai Reserve, where the 4x4 safari accompanied by a good professional guide is a real spectacle!

Chobe National Park

In the north of the country is the Chobe National Park, which has an area of almost 11,000 km2, covering different ecosystems such as the extensive plains of Savuti or the banks of the Chobe River in the Kasane area.

The Chobe River area, commonly known as "the land of the giants", has the largest concentration of elephants in Africa. At the end of the afternoon, herd after herd go down to the banks of the Chobe River to cool off. The Chobe River boat safaris is a must on your trips to Botswana. You can find huge groups of elephant families crossing the river, herds of migrating buffalos and zebras in the dry season, hippos, Nile crocodile... As well as incredible sunsets.

South of the P.N. Chobe meets Savuti. One of the favorite places for photographers and enthusiasts of large mammals.

In this place the landscape changes completely, savanna with extensive plains and acacia trees scattered on the horizon. On your 4x4 safaris you can find one of the largest prides of lionesses in Africa. In dry seasons when it is difficult to find prey to feed on, the lionesses of Savuti have become famous for hunting adult elephants.

Makgadikgadi Salt Pans

The Salt Pans form the bed of the ancient Lake Makgadikgadi that evaporated thousands of years ago, are part of the Kalahari Desert and cover and area of almost 16,000 km2.

In the dry season you can enjoy one of the largest salt pans in the world where the horizon has no limit, with different activities such as finding meerkats, meeting the bushmen or even sleeping under the stars, since at that time of year The presence of faune is minimal.

With the first rains the landscape quickly transforms from an inhospitable desert to an oasis full of water, vegetation and fauna. They are home to one of the largest migrations of zebras and wildebeests in Africa, as well as a multitude of migratory birds.

With the arrival of this type of fauna, predators begin to roam the salt pans, now converted into lagoons, in search of food. Creating incredible hunting scences.

Dont let them tell you... LIVE IT!


Just 75 km from the border with Botswana are the impressive Victoria Falls. Natural border between Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Scottish explorer David Livingstone was famous for many things. Hailed as one of the most enigmatic explorers of all time, he was the first European to see Victoria Falls. It was led to the waterfall in 1855 by the Makalolo tribe. Although Livingstone named the falls after his queen, Victoria, they are known locally as Mosi-oa-Tunya, the smoke that thunders.