Self-driving around Botswana
The start of this trip will be spectacular as you start it at the Victoria Falls! Whether you prefer staying in a guest house or in a lodge, we have a selection of accommodation for you so you can enjoy the Falls at its best.
Your expedition will continue in Botswana and more specifically at the Chobe National Park. You will have the opportunity to go on a 4×4 safari and a sunset boat safari. With your app, maps and travel documents with you, it’s a great adventure you’re embarking on!
It is an ideal stopover town on your journey between Chobe and Makgadikgadi. Between an interactive bush walk with your guide on the flora and the environment and a visit to a village with an interaction with a traditional healer, Gweta is simply a good halt to learn more about Botswana. It is also a gateway to the Pans.
MAKGADIKGADI SALT PANS
The route to your lodge or camp will give you a first glimpse of the specific landscapes of the Pans. The Pans are surprising for the presence of baobabs and acacias, providing rich resources for wildlife, but they are spectacular for their endless desert expanse and incredible calm and serenity.
This is where your trip around Botswana ends, in one of the most beautiful reserves in Africa. Once settled, you will have the chance to go on a 4×4 safari, by boat or even by mokoro on the banks of the Delta to spot hippos and birds among other wildlife … The fauna and flora of the Delta are extremely rich and it will keep on surprising you.
The Black Sheep's choice
Whether you are an enthusiast photographer or just love taking pictures during your holidays, we have the perfect experience for you – mastering your photograph skills while on a boat safari. No worries, you can leave your IPhone behind, you will use professional cameras. Your Instagram feed will have never looked that good!
Magical starry skies can be found in Botswana so we thought that the best way to enjoy the milky way would be by sleeping out in a fly-camp in the Makgadikgadi salt pans. Keen? No worries, your pillow and your blanket will keep you warm!
Going on a safari in a mokoro in the Okavango Delta is definitely an experience itself, but with The Black Sheep Agency, we will make sure you bound with the ones “riding” your mokoro by visiting their community and learn some of their useful tips.