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Botswana Honeymoon Safaris Tour Packages & Prices

Botswana Honeymoon Safaris & Tour Packages

Have you been dreaming of experiencing a once in a lifetime honeymoon in Africa? Then a honeymoon safari in Botswana is the perfect romantic beginning to your marriage. Enjoy a journey of luxury in the African bush and make memories that will last a lifetime. With its variety of vast open spaces ranging from lush waterways to sandy desert vistas, the wildlife viewing opportunities in Botswana are phenomenal. Now it's time to take that dream and make it a reality.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Botswana Honeymoon Safaris 

1. What are the Benefits of Honeymoons in Botswana?

The benefits of taking a honeymoon safari in Botswana are numerous. As well as witnessing some of the most stunning views in Africa, couples can also get up close and personal with the animal kingdom – expect giraffes, cheetahs, lions, rhinos and hippos. The range of luxury lodges and exclusive camps will ensure you and your partner have an unforgettable stay in the African wilderness. And if that isn’t enough, Botswana has some of the darkest skies in the world for some of the best star-gazing experiences.

2. When is the Best Time to Visit Botswana?

The best time to visit Botswana depends on what type of experience you are hoping for. For the best wildlife viewing opportunities, the dry season (May to October) is the best time to go. During this time animals congregate around areas of water which makes them easier to spot. The wet season (November to April) is also great in terms of scenery as the landscape is lusher than ever but it can be more difficult to track down certain animals. If you are looking for fewer crowds and more affordable prices, then visiting during the wet season can be a great option.

3. What Type of Accommodation is Available in Botswana?

Accommodation options in Botswana range from luxury lodges to exclusive camping sites. Whether you are after a luxurious experience or something a bit more rugged, there is something for everybody. Luxury lodges often come with private plunge pools, five-star dining experiences, spas and more, while camping may have simpler facilities like a generator, fridge and toilet block. No matter what type of accommodation you choose, you can be sure that you will be surrounded by the beauty of the African wilderness.

4. What Types of Activities Are Available in Botswana?

From elephant-back rides to mokoro excursions, there are plenty of activities available to enjoy in Botswana. You can also go on guided walks, sunset boat trips, game drives and hot air balloon rides. For some of the best animal sightings in Botswana, try a night game drive – these evening safaris will often bring sightings of almost all the big cats, from cheetahs to lions. There are also a range of cultural activities available in Botswana, so you can learn about the ancient traditions and explore local villages.

5. What Type of Wildlife Can Be Seen In Botswana?

Botswana is home to a rich variety of wildlife that can be seen in their natural habitats. From elephants and hippos to giraffes, cheetahs and lions, you can expect to see some of Africa’s most iconic animals. If you are lucky, you may even spot some rare species such as wild dogs, sable antelope and brown hyena. The birdlife in Botswana is also incredibly abundant, with over 450 species of birds inhabiting the country.

6. What Extra Costs Should I Expect on My Safari?

A safari in Botswana can be an expensive venture but there are certain additional costs that you should be aware of. Visas and vaccinations, for example, are often required for travel to Botswana and can add to the overall cost. You should also be prepared for tipping for services such as guides, cooks, drivers and other staff members. There may also be extra costs associated with activities such as game drives, mokoro trips and cultural visits – make sure to check before you book.

7. What Should I Pack for My Safari?

What you pack for your safari in Botswana should depend on the length of your trip, the type of accommodation you have chosen and the activities you plan to take part in. Basics such as a lightweight waterproof raincoat, comfortable and breathable clothing, insect repellent and sun cream are essential. Depending on the style of your safari, hiking boots, sportswear and protective headwear may also be necessary. Don’t forget to add a camera, binoculars and a good book to the list of must-haves.

8. What Safety Measures Should I Take?

When on safari in Botswana, it is important to be aware of the potential hazards and take necessary precautions. Make sure to stick to designated paths and trails, don’t approach wildlife, and remain alert for any possible dangers. It is also advised to travel in groups and avoid going out alone, particularly at night. Be sure to keep your valuable items safe and always make sure somebody knows your whereabouts.