Bush Ways’ new safari

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Bush Ways offers 3 different styles of safaris, the Adventure Camping, the Premium Camping and the Accommodated Safari. All these meet different preferences. Do you want to be adventurous and be part of all the fun of setting up a camp, the Adventure Camping Safari is your safari. (more…)

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Bush Ways Lodges welcomes a NEW camp – BOTETI RIVER CAMP

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On the 1. September 2019 Bush Ways Lodges took over Tiaan’s Camp. A cosy camp that provides 7 ensuite chalets and 8 campsites for those that are a bit more adventurous. Boteti River Camp is situated in the hearty village of Khumaga, bordering the Makgadikgadi Nationalpark.

Overlooking the riverbed, Boteti River Camp is an oasis on the edge of Makgadikgadi National Park, close by the Khumaga entrance gate and within easy reach of Nxai Pan National Park and Central Kalahari Game Reserve.

Located on the outskirts of Khumaga village, Boteti River Camp is easily accessible whether driving from Maun, Nata, Kasane, or Khama Rhino Sanctuary making it a not-to-be-missed and easy addition to any Botswana safaris offering fantastic contrasts with the Okavango Delta, Moremi Game Reserve, Chobe National Park and the Central Kalahari Game Reserve. (more…)

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Entry Requirements: How to Make Sure Your Safari Doesn’t End Before It Begins

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There are a few different matters you will need to look into while starting to plan a trip to Botswana. Visa requirements should be one of the first to enquire about as, depending on the agreements between your country of origin and Botswana, the visa application process may require some time. Botswana has however signed agreements with a certain number of countries whose nationals are therefore not required to obtain a visa to enter the country (see end of the article for the current lists).


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All You Need to Know & More

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I have always considered that one starts traveling as soon as one starts planning and preparing for a trip. There is something unique and utterly thrilling in getting ready for “the great unknown” which is definitely part of the journey.

Nowadays, it can seem quite easy to get all the necessary traveling information, since everything one needs to know is usually only a mouse-click away, but the task tends to quickly become frustrating and disconcerting as very often the vast amount of sources implies conflicting information along with the difficulty to figure out what really needs to be known and done among the ocean of tips and advice…and we certainly wouldn’t want you to sink before launching. (more…)

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