Botswana guide, offering accurate information on Botswana hotels, lodges, camping sites as well as safari information for Botswana. How to book a safari to Botswana and organising your holiday to Botswana and information about Botswana hotels.. Popular activities, photographs and information about Botswana safari lodges.
'Welcome to the very best part of Africa - Botswana, a country known for peace, tranquillity, abundant wildlife, wide open spaces, magnificent waterways and diamonds. Come and explore the birds wildlife and nature, the diverse cultures of its people and massive landscapes at their best.
Botswana is a place where one wishes time could stand still and sometimes it really does.....'
Botswana with its vast expanses of pristine, untamed bush-veld, overflowing with wildlife, is without doubt one of Africa's ultimate safari destinations. The Okavango Delta (& Moremi Wildlife Reserve) and Chobe National Park are the two not to be missed destinations. Other destinations in Botswana worth visiting are the desert environments of the Makgadikgadi Pans, Nxai Pans and the Central Kalahari Game Reserve where at every turn a photographic opportunity raises its head.
NB: As of the 1st of June, Botswana will implement a Tourism Development Levy of US$30 for all visitors to Botswana (excluding SADC Residents).
Payment will be taken at the ports of entry (airports and borders) through electronic payment machines accepting US$ cash, debit and credit cards. The receipt should then be presented to Immigration Officials along with your passport. The receipt is valid for a 30 day period and can be used for multiple entry.
As of the 1st of June, Botswana will implement a tourism levy of US$30 for all visitors to Botswana (excluding SADC Residents).
Levy is payable at all points of entry including airports and borders.
Payments are done at the ports of entry through electronic payment machines through cash (US Dollars), debit and credit cards.
After the payment, a unique receipt corresponding to the passport will be automatically generated. The receipt should then be presented to Immigration Officials.
The passport and the receipt will be stamped and handed back to the traveller. The receipt will valid for a 30 day period and can be used for multiple entry.