Chris Christensen came along with us on safari last December.  He shares his experience with us in this story that thoroughly captures the sense of the history of this throwback destination. A remarkable experience. we hope you will enjoy.  We are booking for 2020 now. Source: Jack’s Camp – Botswana – Luxury Safari Camp

In partnership with the Lion Recovery Fund, Africa’s leading ecotourism operators, &Beyond, Conservation Travel Foundation by Ultimate Safaris, Singita and Wilderness Safaris, have joined forces to launch the Lionscape Coalition – an innovative initiative that has seen four commercial competitors come together to help secure a future for Africa’s lions and their landscapes. Source: Leading

Botswana has been rated the best African country for safari travel by SafariBookings.com for its scenic tapestry containing a diverse wildlife. Botswana Trek Safari offers you the best the country has to offer.  Contact us now to create you safari plans.  inquiries @ botswanatrek.com or call us at (808) 895-9660. You may need two spots

MAKE A DONATION to Rhino Conservation Botswana. Follow them on Twitter @RhinosBotswana   When I first landed at Sir Seretse Khama Airport in Gaborone in 1990, there were no Rhino in Botswana.  Now they are slowly coming back, but they need help as they are re-introduced.  Their horn is worth more than it’s weight in

“The Desert” of Desert & Delta Safaris Leroo La Tau – Part 1 Go on Safari in Botswana with Desert and Delta in Botswana’s Makgadikgadi Pans National Park? Twist my bloody arm.  That’s what one says when asked to join in on a journey through the different lodge offerings in Botswana with Desert and Delta Safaris,

A Honeymoon Safari From Laura and Ryan… Going on safari is one of those experiences in life that I can honestly say that everyone should get to enjoy.  How fortunate for us to spend our honeymoon on such a terrific adventure, and be moved by the magnificence of the animals and the awe they can

My Botswana Trek. My moment came when I was transported to a world of which I had only dreamt.  It was much like time travel, yet this moment was real as it gets. There were no roads, just the trails of flattened floodplain grasses we used to find our way back out to the village

Moremi Game Reserve covers the eastern one third of the Okavango Delta, in Northern Botswana. It was officially declared on the 15 March 1963. Unlike most of Africa’s large Parks and Game reserves, Moremi Game Reserve is unique in that it was formed by indigenous people of Ngamiland, and managed through the Fauna Conservation Society