Luxury Botswana:
wilderness, wildlife & culture

  • 12 Nights
  • September – June
  • Botswana
  • From £16,780pp
  • Luxury

Trip Overview

Unapologetic luxury across a selection of Botswana’s most iconic camps and vast tracts of pristine wilderness, huge herds of free-roaming wildlife in private concessions will guarantee an exclusive safari experience.

The ‘best’ of anything is generally subjective, one’s man’s meat being another man’s poison. That said, if you want to combine knock-out sightings in genuinely pristine wilderness and enjoy an eye-popping level of comfort – then Botswana is extremely hard to beat.

This level of luxury and location does not come cheap but the natural ingredients that Botswana is blessed with is the main reason for it’s ‘ultimate safari’ destination status.

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Unexpected Highlights of this itinerary

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Trip Itinerary

Luxury Botswana: wilderness, wildlife & culture

Makgadikgadi & Nxai Pans (3 Nights)
3 Nights

Makgadikgadi & Nxai Pans

Day one lands you in the iconic salt pans, the remains of a great lake which once covered most of Botswana. You will find little wildlife on the pans but this is an extraordinary landscape experience with the most sensational sunrises and sunsets.


Jack’s Camp is located in the Kalahari Desert on the edge of the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans. It is a classic desert camp and a great spot to gain an insight into the area’s geology, archaeology and anthropology. Surely one of the most remote locations in the world for a museum but Jack’s Camp is actually a registered museum and contains a fascinating collection of archaeological finds.

Jacks Camp

Jack’s Camp is one of the most iconic camps in Africa and offers one of the most unusual safari experiences in Africa.

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Parks & Areas

Central Kalahari (3 Nights)
3 Nights

Central Kalahari

Thanks to the vast diversity of habitats, healthy game populations move through the area and are present to a greater or lesser degree all year long. The short grasses attracts plains game such as springbok, gemsbok and wildebeest converge in their hundreds and thousands to feed here. The wildebeest presence attracts many predators such as lion and cheetah bringing drama and spectacle.


Kalahari Plains Camp 

Kalahari Plains sits in a remote part of the Central Kalahari Game Reserve and as a result, offers some incredible game viewing. The camp overlooks an immense pan with panoramic views and sunsets to die for. The camp includes eight en-suite canvas units with a private sleep out deck above so you enjoy the awe-inspiring night skies. The main camp area has a comfortable lounge and dining area as well as a pool to cool off on those hot afternoons.

Okavango Delta (6 Nights)
6 Nights

Okavango Delta

An immense, waterlogged oasis alive with elephants and birdlife, adrift in the middle of Kalahari sands. The real magic of the Delta lies in its water, trickling through from far away highlands, and spreading across the channels and floodplains.

The waterways of the delta are best discovered by traditional mokoro slowly drifting on top of crystal clear waters.


Your time in the Okavango Delta is split between two magnificent camps, both in stunning locations for full immersion in the Delta.

Firstly, Pelo Camp (meaning heart) is situated in the middle of a heart shaped island in the Okavango Delta. This is a completely eco-friendly camp that is ideal for the adventurous traveller as an ideal location for classic mokoro safaris in the wetlands of the Delta.

Then onto, Duba Plains, an intimate camp in one of the most remote locations in the Okavango. A beautiful camp surrounded by expansive seasonally flooded plains and shaded by tall ebony, fig and mangosteen trees.

Pelo Camp

Located on an island deep in the Okavango, the focus at Pelo is firmly on the water based activities.

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Duba Plains

The camp commands stunning views over the plains and the open fronted dining room gives a very pleasant feeling of being a part of the landscape.

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Parks & Areas


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