Camping Safari - Botswana + Vic Falls
Camping Safari - Botswana + Vic Falls
Camping Safari - Botswana + Vic Falls
Camping Safari - Botswana + Vic Falls

Budget Camping Safari Botswana

Are you looking for an adventure-filled vacation that won’t break the bank? Do you want to immerse yourself in Africa’s raw, untamed wilderness? If so, a budget camping safari in Botswana with Savanna Safaris & Tours may be just what you’re looking for. With our expert guides, comfortable camping accommodations, and unbeatable prices, you can experience the thrill of an African safari without sacrificing comfort or quality.

Why Botswana?

Botswana is a landlocked southern African country known for its vast, untouched wilderness and diverse wildlife. It’s home to some of the largest concentrations of wildlife on the African continent, including elephants, lions, giraffes, and hippos. Botswana’s commitment to conservation and sustainable tourism has made it a popular destination for eco-conscious travelers who want to experience the natural beauty of Africa without damaging it.

About Savanna Safaris & Tours

Savanna Safaris & Tours is a leading tour operator in Botswana, specializing in budget camping safaris. Our team of experienced guides and staff is passionate about sharing the beauty of Botswana with travelers from all over the world. We offer a variety of tour packages, ranging from short weekend trips to longer, more immersive experiences.

The Budget Camping Safari Experience

At Savanna Safaris & Tours, we believe everyone should have the opportunity to experience the magic of an African safari. That’s why we offer affordable camping accommodations that are comfortable, clean, and safe. Our camping sites are carefully selected to offer the best possible views of wildlife and natural scenery while still providing all the amenities you need for a comfortable stay.

Sample Itinerary

Here’s an example of what a typical budget camping safari with Savanna Safaris & Tours might look like:


Day 1: Arrival in Maun


You’ll arrive at Maun International Airport, where one of our guides will be waiting to meet you. From there, we’ll drive to our first camping site on the edge of the Moremi Game Reserve.


Day 2-3: Moremi Game Reserve

We’ll spend the next two days exploring the Moremi Game Reserve, known for its diverse habitats and abundant wildlife. We’ll go on morning and afternoon game drives and enjoy meals and downtime at our comfortable camping site.

Day 4-5: Okavango Delta

Next, we’ll head to the Okavango Delta, one of the world’s largest inland deltas and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We’ll take a guided mokoro (traditional canoe) ride through the delta and go on walking safaris to spot wildlife up close.

Day 6-7: Chobe National Park

Finally, we’ll make our way to Chobe National Park, home to some of the largest elephant herds in Africa. We’ll go on game drives and boat safaris to see elephants, lions, hippos, and more.

Day 8: Departure

On the final day of your safari, we’ll drive you back to Maun International Airport for your departure flight.

Why Choose Savanna Safaris & Tours?

Many tour operators offer safaris in Botswana, but we believe that Savanna Safaris & Tours offers the best value for your money. Here are just a few reasons why:


Expert Guides


Our guides are experienced, knowledgeable, and passionate about sharing their love of Botswana with our guests. They’ll ensure you see as much wildlife as possible while teaching you about the local culture and history.

Comfortable Camping Accommodations


Our camping sites are carefully chosen to offer the best possible views of wildlife and nature.

The scenery also provides all the amenities you need for a comfortable stay. Our tents are spacious and sturdy, with comfortable beds and bedding provided. We also have communal dining areas and shower facilities, so you can relax and recharge after a long day of safari activities.


Affordable Prices


We believe everyone should have the opportunity to experience the magic of an African safari, regardless of their budget. That’s why we offer competitive prices for our budget camping safaris without sacrificing quality or comfort.


Sustainable Tourism


At Savanna Safaris & Tours, we’re committed to sustainable tourism practices that minimize our environmental impact and support local communities. We use eco-friendly camping equipment and vehicles and work closely with local communities to ensure our tours benefit everyone involved.


How to Prepare for Your Budget Camping Safari?

Before embarking on your budget camping safari in Botswana with Savanna Safaris & Tours, there are a few things you should keep in mind:


Health and Safety


Botswana is a relatively safe country, but taking precautions when traveling is always important. Ensure you have up-to-date vaccinations and travel insurance and follow our guides’ instructions at all times to ensure your safety.

Packing List


We recommend packing light but bringing essentials such as comfortable walking shoes, sunscreen, insect repellent, and a hat. We also provide a full packing list before your departure.


Cultural Sensitivity


Botswana has a rich cultural heritage, and respecting local customs and traditions is important. Our guides will provide information and guidance on cultural sensitivity during your safari.

4 pax price from:

$4,235 p/p

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Start planning your trip today!

Would you like us to tailor your safari? Talk to one of our safari specialists and let us help every step of the way.


Most frequent questions and answers

The cost of a wilderness safari in Botswana can vary widely depending on the length of the trip, the camps you choose, and the time of year. A typical 7-day safari can cost anywhere from $5,000 to $15,000 per person.

The best time to go on a safari in Botswana is during the dry season, which runs from May to October. This is when the wildlife is most concentrated around water sources, making it easier to spot and observe.

While a certain fitness level is recommended for safari activities like walking safaris and mokoro trips, most activities can suit your fitness level. Consult your doctor before embarking on a safari adventure is always a good idea.

Botswana is home to many wildlife, including elephants, lions, leopards, cheetahs, giraffes, zebras, and many more. The exact species you’ll see will depend on the area you visit and the time of year.

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