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  • Plateau, Kasane
    Botswana
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About Arriveinafrica Safaris

Arriveinafrica Safaris is a Botswana registered tour operator based in Kasane. We offer mobile safaris into Chobe National Park, Savuti, Khwai, Linyanti, Moremi Game Reserve, Okavango Delta, Khutse Game Reserve, Deception Valley, Central Kalahari Game Reserve, Mashatu, Tuli Block, Nxai Pans & Makgadikgadi Pans. We offer semi-luxury tented camping safaris, i.e. comfortable bedding, three meals a day, table wine at dinner, and local drinks & bottled water. Guiding services are done by very experienced guides

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Botswana Facts and Frequently Asked Questions

  • How safe is Botswana?
    Based on credible sources, Botswana is one of the top 10 safest countries in Africa. The locals are welcoming, generous, and always eager to help. But, as a person visiting a foreign country, you need to take some precautions. Store your valuables such as cash, cards, expensive camera equipment, laptops, and jewellery in a hotel safe. Avoid travelling alone at night and during game drives always follow the guidelines set by the experienced safari guide.
  • What should I take on a safari to Botswana?
    The key to experiencing a great safari trip is to pack light; there are usually laundry services available so it is easy to wash items as you travel around. Pack clothes that are comfortable to wear and easy to wash. Pack neutral colours such as beige and khaki for game drives. Pack warm clothes such as a wind-proof jacket, fleece jacket, beanie, scarf, and gloves for the early morning and evening game drives when the temperatures drop. You can shed these layers in the afternoon as the temperature rises. Pack sunscreen, insect repellent spray, sunglasses, and a wide-brim hat. Pack comfortable footwear for bush walks.
  • How much money should I carry on my Botswana safari?
    Your Botswana safari tours package will cover the majority of your expenses including accommodation and some (if not all) activities. Each safari will differ slightly with its includes and excludes, but there are often extras which you will need to have cash (or credit card) to pay for such as gratuities, drinks, optional activities and shop purchases. Bring at least 60-70 USD or 650-760 Botswana Pula in cash to cover extra spending.
  • What about mosquito nets and repellent?
    Botswana is one of the high-risk malaria countries in Africa. Consult your doctor before you leave for Botswana for suitable malaria prophylactics. All safari lodges and camps should provide mosquito nets and insect repellents that are necessary at dusk – a time during which mosquitoes are most active. You should also wear long-sleeved t-shirts, shirts, or blouses and pair them with jeans, safari trousers, or slacks.
  • How safe is the water and food in Botswana?
    A delicious meal is an important part of the safari experience and Botswana lodges and camps are likely to offer a high standard of culinary dishes for guests to enjoy. Avoid drinking tap water in Botswana and stick to bottled water.

Our Destinations

Chobe National Park

Okavango Delta

Vic Falls

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