Botswana has incredible nature and wildlife - this is one of the best safari destinations in Africa with various luxury lodges and camps. This country is landlocked but very easily accessible from neighboring South Africa, Namibia, Zimbabwe and Zambia. There are incredible activities and gap year programs which can be booked all year round.
Find inspiration for the best things to do in Botswana if you would like to go travelling, backpacking or take a gap year.
Botswana has incredible landscapes and nature home to some of the most beautiful animals on the planet. Local people refer to this country as 'The Land of the Giants' and you will be overwhelmed by how friendly and open the natives are to seeing and meeting you. Most people travel overland in the Southern area of this continent also visiting Namibia, Zimbabwe and South Africa - there are flexible trips available all year round. You will get to see herds of elephants and wildlife locations which are some of the best in the continent.
Bush camping holidays in Botswana which are very popular, you can experience sleeping under the impressive African sky and see exotic animals like elephants, cheetahs, rhinos, zebras and lions. If you are looking for something totally different you could train to become a nature / wildlife field guide and join tracking courses.
Botswana is a very peaceful country to visit which is most famous for its exotic wildlife and spectacular locations like the Moremi Game Reserve and the Okavango Delta. On a gap year which can be arranged through our website you can expect to see stunning landscapes and get close to wild animals like elephants.
Botswana is a landlocked country which is very peaceful and best known for it's diverse wildlife and spectacular scenery. On our website you can find exciting gap year programs. We have options for all nationalities, whether you are a student, graduate, planning a career break or would just like to do something like improving communities or helping animals. You might want to explore this fascinating country and make a difference to some really worthwhile local efforts.
Expect sunshine almost all year and a country full of natural beauty, one of the main highlights of the country is the Okavango Delta which is spectacular. Here you can jump on a canoe and get out to see the scenery and wildlife. This country has a tiny population of around 2 million people but you will be suprised to learn there is a lot you can do on a gap year here. There are various backpacker trips available with monthly departures, on some you can just see Botswana but there are longer trips available where you can travel throughout this region on a Africa gap year.
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