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Botswana Budget Safaris Tour Packages & Prices

Botswana Budget Safari Tours & Packages

Botswana is one of the most beautiful wildlife-viewing locations in southern Africa and offers a variety of budget safari packages to the adventurous traveler. With a number of tour packages to choose from at ExodusSafaris, travelers can find safaris that offer high-quality experiences without breaking the bank.  



A Botswana budget safari is an excellent way to experience Botswana's incredible wildlife. With a wide range of accommodation options, activities, and wildlife, visitors can create a tailor-made experience that they will not forget. By following this guide and answering the questions below, it is possible for us to customize the perfect budget safari option for your trip to Botswana.

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Tour details

  • Capital Gaborone
  • Language SEnglish
  • Currency US Dollar & Botswana Pula
  • Time Zone (GMT+2)
  • Drives on the Right
  • Calling Code +267

Your Botswana Budget Safari Tour Adventure 

Discover the untamed beauty of Botswana without breaking the bank! Introducing our exclusive Botswana Budget Safari Packages, designed to give you an unforgettable wildlife experience while keeping your wallet happy. Get ready to explore the enchanting landscapes, pristine national parks, and incredible wildlife of Botswana, all at an affordable price.

  1. Okavango Odyssey: Immerse yourself in the magical Okavango Delta, a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of Africa’s most remarkable ecosystems. This package offers mokoro (traditional canoe) rides through winding waterways, guided nature walks, and thrilling game drives. Get up close and personal with elephants, hippos, and an abundance of bird species, all while enjoying the comforts of our budget-friendly accommodations.
  2. Chobe Encounter: Experience the incredible wildlife of Chobe National Park, home to the largest concentration of elephants in Africa. Enjoy thrilling game drives along the Chobe River, where you’ll witness elephants bathing, lions on the prowl, and an array of birdlife. Our knowledgeable guides will ensure you have the best chances of spotting wildlife during your adventure.
  3. Kalahari Discovery: Delve into the mesmerizing beauty of the Kalahari Desert with this unique package. Explore the vast expanses of golden sands and encounter desert-adapted wildlife such as the Kalahari lion, meerkats, and oryx. Experience the thrill of a traditional bush walk and witness the stunning sunsets that paint the desert landscape.
  4. Moremi Marvels: Embark on a budget-friendly safari to Moremi Game Reserve, one of the most diverse and picturesque wildlife reserves in Botswana. Enjoy game drives through this untouched wilderness, where you’ll have the chance to spot lions, leopards, and cheetahs in their natural habitat. Experience the thrill of camping under the starlit sky, truly connecting with nature.
  5. Central Kalahari Expedition: Journey to the heart of the Central Kalahari Game Reserve, a remote and captivating destination. Witness the vastness of the savannah, encounter unique desert-adapted wildlife, and learn about the ancient cultures of the San people. This budget safari package offers an authentic and unforgettable experience in one of Africa’s last true wilderness areas.

Our Botswana Budget Safari Packages provide comfortable accommodations, delicious meals, and experienced guides who are passionate about wildlife conservation. We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to witness the wonders of Botswana, regardless of their budget.

Book your Botswana Budget Safari Package today and embark on an incredible wildlife adventure while keeping your budget intact. Don’t miss out on this extraordinary opportunity to explore Botswana’s natural wonders without breaking the bank. Contact us now to secure your spot and create memories that will last a lifetime!

Frequently Asked Questions About Botswana Budget Safaris

Our team has explored eight questions frequently asked by travelers about Botswana Budget Safari and provided answers that will help you plan your perfect Botswana budget safari.

The answer to this question depends on what type of experience you are looking for. If you are an avid birdwatcher or wildlife enthusiast, then the Okavango Delta is known to be one of the best locations to visit. Its vast wetlands and numerous islands make it the perfect destination for both game viewing and bird watching. In addition, there are plenty of rivers and lagoons to explore, making it the ideal destination for water activities.

The cost of a Botswana budget safari will depend on the type of safari experience you’re looking for. Day tours and overnight safaris can range from free to around $100 per person, per night. For more luxurious accommodations and activities, expect to pay upwards of $500 per night.

The best time to go on a Botswana budget safari is during the dry season between May and October. During these months, the region experiences less rainfall, providing better visibility and game viewing opportunities.

Accommodation options vary greatly on a Botswana budget safari. There are both camping and lodge options available, as well as mobile tented campsites. Campers can expect to pay from around $10 – $20 per person, per night. For more mid-range options, consider a lodge, which typically costs between $50 – $100 per person, per night.

Botswana is home to a plethora of wildlife, including lions, elephants, giraffes, hippos, cheetahs, and zebras. Visitors can also expect to see a variety of other African animals such as wildebeests, gazelles, impalas, wild dogs, warthogs, hyenas, and many others.

In addition to game viewing, visitors to Botswana can take part in other activities such as fishing, bird watching, canoeing, hot air balloon rides, and horseback riding. Guests can also explore traditional villages, learn about local cultures, or take part in a cultural walk.

Yes, there are some risks associated with going on a Botswana budget safari. These include animal attacks, as well as the risk of contracting illnesses such as malaria. To reduce the risk of any potential harm, it is important to take medications, follow instructions from guides, and avoid getting too close to animals.

If you are planning a Botswana budget safari, it is important to bring the right items. Clothing should be lightweight and breathable, while a hat and sunglasses are also essential. You may also want to bring sunscreen, a waterproof camera, and insect repellent. Additionally, you should pack a first aid kit, as well as any personal medications you may need.