Tips for your 4×4 Botswana adventure

Are you planning a 4x4 adventure through Botswana? Keen to organise an overland trip through some of Southern Africa's most beautiful and wild parks? There are quite a few things to take in mind for a trip like this. Having recently gone through the process, I'd like to share some of my lessons and experiences! … Continue reading Tips for your 4×4 Botswana adventure

Botswana blog: days 16 & 17

 Day 16 - Makgadikgadi to Khama Our night in Makgadikgadi Pans Game Reserve was the quietest night of the trip. Only occasional gusts of wind punctuated the silence. We awoke many hours later, with the sun’s first beams. Crisp and clear, it was a breath-taking morning in the Botswana wilderness. We checked around camp for evidence … Continue reading Botswana blog: days 16 & 17

Botswana blog: days 10 & 11

We awoke in Namibia to a crisp and clear morning. The sky above Livingstone's camp was like a Bob Ross painting - happy clouds, purples, yellows and oranges penetrated the last remaining darkness. It was going to be a good day! **If you haven't been following along, be sure to check out my main page … Continue reading Botswana blog: days 10 & 11

Botswana blog: days 7-9

Chobe riverfront and a day in Namibia. Savuti is known as one of Chobe's most iconic and superb wildlife viewing areas. So it was with some reluctance that we got back on the 'road' with Buh-lah-key, our trusty 4x4, to head north. I forgot to mention something in the previous post, which I will briefly … Continue reading Botswana blog: days 7-9

Botswana blog: days 5&6

Moremi Game Reserve and Chobe National Park. After two nights in Maun and a lot of tar road driving, it was time to hit the gravel! Here's a quick recap of what we did in the first few days: Day 5: Moremi Game Reserve (Southgate Campsite) Moremi is a 2-3 hour drive from Maun, depending … Continue reading Botswana blog: days 5&6

Botswana blog: the itinerary

When Ricky and I first started looking at the map of Botswana, we had pipe dreams of somehow seeing everything in 17 days. There are apparently over 18.5 thousand kilometres of road in Botswana, and only a quarter of these are paved. That alone would make driving the whole country a sizeable feat (thank God … Continue reading Botswana blog: the itinerary