Botswana Hotels and Accommodation, Safari Lodges in Botswana, Where to Stay

Botswana hotels, Okavango

Hotels, lodges, holiday inns, cabins, guest houses, accommodation, safari lodges, bed and breakfast in Botswana.

Botswana’s major urban centers – Gaborone, Francistown, Kasane and Maun – all have great number of hotels and motels which usually maintain a great standard. The top-end hotels provide air conditioning, swimming pools and entertainment like film screenings, live music and dance shows; there are also resource places with slightly basic amenities.

Botswana Safari Lodges and Camps

If wildlife viewing is top of your agenda, you’ll desire to stay in a safari lodge or camp. The greater number is found in the prime game areas of the Okavango Delta hotels (including Moremi Game Reserve), Chobe National Park and Kwando-Linyanti. There are also some lodges in the Makgadikgadi Pans and Tuli Block. Some lodges like built structures but the majority of places are luxury camps made up of private tents with ensuite facilities, and a common dining and gathering area. Approximately all camps and lodges are really comfortable, large and expensive, with outstanding catering and activities (typically game drives, guided walks and trips in wooden canoes known locally as mekoros) put together as standard. Most are in inaccessible areas; guests reach the place by charter plane, then by an off-road journey of up to an hour or two, which may double as a game drive.

Holidays in Botswana Lodges
An option to staying in a permanent lodge or camp is to reserve a mobile safari, whereby you and your group will go on to a new site every two or three days, while being catered for r by a full team of staff who cater for all the setting up, taking down, transport and catering. Mobile camps tend to be simpler than the fly-in camps, with additional ‘bush-camping’ feel. They’re a good alternative if you’d like to understanding remote areas.

Camping  holidays/Caravan

There are campsites at the major national parks and game reserves. Grass fires should be avoided, and all litter must be removed. The existence of hazardous animals makes it suitable to exercise great care. Guests are not allowed to leave their vehicles in a national park or game reserve except in a chosen area.