The hidden gem of Africa.


A gem. A jewel. A mud hole.
Call it what you want, just go experience it.

Botswanas wilderness is vast and timeless for our roaring senses. Its diverse ecosystems, paradoxical landscapes and one of the largest wildlife populations in the world make diving into this marvel of nature a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

The unique endorheic Okavango Deltais is a huge, fascinating oasis, where the 1,600 kilometer Okavango River abandons its search for an outlet to the sea and instead seeps life-giving into the sand of one of the world’s most uncompromising deserts. And the Okavango Delta is only the beginning of our journey.

We explore fabled and mighty African natural wonders as

Moremi. This pristine Game Reserve, with the world’s largest inland delta, the Okavango Delta, was declared as World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2014.

Chobe. This stunning and in many ways extremely charming National Park has a special attraction: the largest elephant population in the world.

Mosi-oa-Tunya. (“The Smoke that Thunders“) Better known as Victoria Falls, this waterfall is a phenomenon of miraculous rarity and classified as UNESCO World Heritage Site. It has the world’s largest sheet of falling water, based on its combined width of 1,708 meters and height of 108 meters.

Makgadikgadi Pans. Salt pans that are visible from space and all that remains of a once vast super-lake. Today its shimmering, empty and utterly flat, blindingly white and crackles underfoot. This inhospitable environment is home to some fascinating millennia-old baobab trees.

We spend every day in one of the most enchanting and wildest habitats on our planet and you are the one, who brings it to life.

Thank you @Martin Harvey.