Cycling Safaris

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Botswana is a paradise for the claustrophobic. No matter which region you decide to tackle, you can expect long stretches of vast, three-hundred-and-sixty degree open space, depending in your location, you can go for days without any significant towns and the rarest of all: a truly blue sky in every direction without a trace of pollution. Whether it is Makgadikgadi Pans, the Tuli area, scrub brush, or even seas of sand-dunes, nature on a scale most people can barely imagine is what awaits in Botswana, and as such for the touring cyclist all this space comes with a catch: you have to be totally self-contained to bike here.

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Tourist Reviews

Great Value for money
My wife and I went on the 6 day tented camp safari, a good mixture of walking and boating all birds and animals were identified along with tracks where needed comfortable tents with shower tents and toilets meals were all high standard with fresh...

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Tourism Levy

The Levy Background

The Ministry of Environment Natural Resources’ Conservation and Tourism through the Botswana Tourism Organisation wishes to announce the proposed introduction of an obligatory Tourism Development Lev