Botswana wildlife holiday for families
Description of Botswana wildlife holiday for families
This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements
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PlanetGame typically seen at Chobe National Park include Elephant, Buffalo, Hippo, Giraffe, Red Lechwe, Puku, Kudu, Impala, Sable Antelope, Crocodile, Lion, Leopard, Hyena, Wild Dog and Jackal. It is known for herds of buffalo and elephant. Plus two antelope species that are rare. It is the 3rd largest conservation in Botswana. It was proclaimed a wildlife reserve in 1968
Botswana is a favourite safari destination because of its long-standing commitment to wildlife conservation.
Pom Pom Camp is 100% eco-friendly property development featuring the latest in solar and waste disposal technology (24-hour solar powered electricity / lighting).
Clients are provided with a responsible tourism guide which has water saving tips.
When booking with this safari, you leave your positive footprint behind. Each safari crafted is centred around responsible tourism practices which supports wildlife conservation and community upliftment.
We run a sustainable office with an in-house recycling system.
PeopleChobe Bush Lodge head office has several community outreach projects. We also suggest to visit the town of Kasane where you can shop at Chobe Women's Arts & Crafts which is an store that sells locally woven baskets made by the women of the region. There is also a gallery where you can purchase art by artists from Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Supports the Kachikau Primary School. We suggest you take a Namibian Village Walk tour so you go by boat across the Zambezi River into Namibia but the Village is on an island and you will learn all about the culture and it is local community and run by a tribal chief so you will be supporting the local community.
While at the lodges we suggest you try the local food and including vetkoek, samp, chibuku and St Louis.
Clients are provided with a Southern African guide which has information on buying local crafts and culture.
All the guides on safari are citizens of the country and they employ and uplift members of the local community.
We support cultural tours to build cultural awareness and respect for others.
We believe that volunteering can make a real difference in the lives of people, plants and animals.