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Chobe Game Lodge wins Carbon Reduction Award at Responsible Tourism Awards

Chobe Game Lodge was once again firmly placed in the world sustainable tourism spotlight when it won the Best for Carbon Reduction Award at the 2017 Responsible Tourism Awards at WTM London. The award was in recognition for Chobe Game Lodge’s fleet of electric game drive vehicles and solar powered safari boats – a first… Read More

School cultural outing in the Khumaga Village with Leroo La Tau

Every year, the standard four learners at Matshwane Primary School in Maun, are taken on a Botswana excursion on an adventure to experience our beautiful Botswana. This year, we were thrilled to facilitate and host their annual trip at Leroo La Tau in order for the class to partake in a cultural exchange with the… Read More

Cheetah in the Moremi Game Reserve in Botswana

The month of August is traditionally an exceptional month for wildlife sightings with the dry season in full swing. From the concentration of zebra along the banks of the Boteti River near Leroo La Tau to the massive herds of elephant in the Savute and Chobe Riverfront regions of the Chobe National Park. Amongst all… Read More

Elephant Interaction in the Savute Region in Botswana

The below article is from Andrew Flatt, our Desert & Delta Safaris Marketing Executive, from his recent visit to Savute Safari Lodge.  I recently spent some time at the beautiful Savute Safari Lodge in the Southern region of the Chobe National Park, as explained by my cool-guy African safari guide Baba, and enjoyed one of… Read More

Xugana Island Lodge receives a soft refurbishment

With its prime location in the heart of the Okavango Delta overlooking the permanent deep water Xugana Lagoon, Xugana Island Lodge is the ideal property for travelers seeking an authentic and traditional Okavango Delta experience. Due to its position on a private concession within the Okavango Delta, Xugana Island Lodge offers a year-round water experience… Read More

Updates From Desert & Delta

In 2017, through our corporate social responsibility scheme, Desert & Delta Safaris has been financially supporting the Peter Smith University of Botswana (PSUB) herbarium. PSUB is making their collection of preserved plants useful and accessible to a wider public, including those who plan for and manage the future of the Okavango delta. The legacy collection… Read More