Botswana offers the purest and arguably the highest quality safari on the continent, with almost the
entire north of the country being given over to wildlife.
For decades, the government has pioneered a visionary concept of high value low volume safari tourism,
in which vast virginal swathes of the country have been parceled up into huge private concessions and
licensed out to top safari companies. These pristine concession areas commonly have their visitor
density limited to around one guest per 50 square kilometers, which has enabled them to remain
wonderfully wild and remote.
Botswana now has a remarkable collection of luxury safari camps and lodges, seamlessly connected one
to the next by light aircraft.