Wednesday, 29 January 2020 10:42

Botswana’s tourism offerings expanded

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African Bush Camps officially announced the opening of its new Botswana accommodation and attraction offerings at a trade event in Johannesburg recently.

The safari company presented its new migration expeditions, which take place during the zebra migration in Nxai Pan National Park – a two-hour drive from Maun.

During these expeditions, guests can expect to stay in camps with six tents as well as larger tents consisting of lounge and dining areas. The adventurous nature of these expeditions makes them perfect for those seeking experiential travel.


African Bush Camps also showcased its new Khwai Leadwood camp in the Okavango Delta, which is due to open in July. Bookings are now open for the camp, which consists of four standard chalets and two family chalets.


Activities at the camp include walking safari tours with expert local guides and touring the Delta via the Khwai River. 

Source: TU

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