Welcome to Bigfoot Tours.

We are proud to manage and operate the campsites in Central Kalahari Game Reserve and Khutse Game Reserve. 26 years of experience in all aspects of Botswana Safari industry has led to an in-depth understanding of the varied needs and aspirations of the Botswana safari adventurer.

We are aware that each traveler is an individual with different dreams of what they hope and expect of their safari in Botswana and as such, recognize the need to personalize the experience to suit the varied needs of each individual who travels with us.

Our Lovely Bigfoot Tours Staff

About Botswana

Experience Botswana with Bigfoot Tours

Discover one of the most breathtaking contrasts on earth amidst this sprawling wilderness, where the arid desert of the Kalahari gives way to the miracle of the Okavango Delta. This is wild Africa, and your pioneering spirit will soar as you explore off the beaten track to 17767_188772657936494_1588195663_nexperience the true African safari.

In the heart of Botswana, the floodwaters of the Okavango River spill out over the Kalahari desert sands, creating a 15 000 square km water wonderland – the largest inland river delta in the world. This fan-shaped jewel gives life to Botswana’s arid interior, with its mosaic of channels and islands forested with palms and its floodplains teeming with wildlife. Here, fish and birds, hippo and crocodiles, co-exist with herds of zebra and buffalo, elephant, lion and the wild dog. This biodiversity enables the Okavango Delta to offer remarkable land and water experiences. You can track game on safaris by open land rover, or on foot, or explore floodplains by mokoro (dugout canoe), in the company of licensed guides.

Motorised boats are used to explore the permanent river channels.Access to Botswana’s dazzling array of safari camps is easiest by light aircraft (either scheduled or private charter) and landing on remote bush strips is an integral part of the thrill.

For the adventurer, guided or self-drive safaris by four-wheel drive vehicle allow you to explore Botswana’s wildlife high-spots at leisure – from Chobe and Savute in the north, to Moremi in the Okavango Delta, the arid Makgadikgadi, Nxai Pan and Central Kalahari in the center, and finally, the Tuli Block in the south-east

From the outstretched hand of the Okavango Delta, Botswana’s wilderness stretches in every direction. In the remote northwest, the Kwando, Linyanti and Selinda concessions offer opportunities to explore untouched wilderness off the beaten track. Access to these 3 areas is by air, from either Maun or Kasane.

Botswana is a unique African destination: an unusual combination of desert and delta that draws an immense concentration of wildlife to its complex of wetlands in the winter and a dazzling array of birdlife during the summer. It is also wild, pristine and expansive. Thirty-nine percent of the country is protected in some form or another, including almost the entire northern third of the country, and its national parks and reserves provide a safe haven for some 85 species of mammal and over 1075 species of bird.

The opportunity of viewing a dazzling array of animals at home in some of Africa’s most unspoilt environments is the main reason for visiting Botswana for most people. The Big Five – lion, leopard, elephant, black rhino and buffalo – along with a huge variety of other less famous but equally impressive animals – antelopes, giraffe, zebras, wildebeest, red lechwe, puku and hippo – can be seen in abundance in Botswana’s parks like Central Kalahari Game Reserve, Chobe National Park and Moremi Game Reserve.