Safari in Botswana | Ker Downey Africa

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This is the real Africa. In the underground hideout, get so close to an elephant’s trunk that you can count its toes as it splashes in the water. King’s Pool is surrounded by rich wildlife, so guests can expect royal treatment as the wildlife comes to you at this lavish safari camp. The menu at the solar-powered King’s Pool highlights regional produce from farmers who coexist alongside Botswana’s wildlife. Enjoy tea and an aperitif on the Queen Silvia boat in the lagoon, or enjoy lunch in the hide overlooking the water, where other animals might join you for afternoon drinks. In Botswana’s 126,000 ha Linyanti Wildlife Reserve, King’s Pool is located close to a crucial wildlife corridor. Elephant populations in Africa depend on the health of these wildlife corridors, which span Angola, Namibia, Zambia and Botswana. You will have the opportunity to interact closely with them, knowing that your stay contributes to their protection.

When planning a safari, allow our travel experts to develop an itinerary with specific options that will suit you and match your preferences and values. This way, you can experience a sustainable and memorable adventure while supporting eco-tourism with these solar lodges.

See you for your next safari in Botswana!

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