AFRICA ENCHANTS. But only once you’ve journeyed to the heart of the Motherland does it truly have you under its spell. Botswana is the real wilderness. It’s a mythical land where birds flock and big cats stalk. With Belmond Safaris, you’ll see nature in all its untamed glory. Our three luxurious lodges truly embrace the wild. From bushwalks at dawn to stunning drives through the savannah, every moment has the power to leave you speechless.
At the heart of Chobe National Park, you’ll find Belmond Savute Elephant Lodge. Set right on the banks of the Savute Channel, it offers unrivalled opportunities to see elephants in their natural habitat. Watch them come and drink from the watering hole right in front of the lodge. Buffalo graze and lions skulk, while magical rains come without warning, transforming the landscape. Seeing the migration of zebras is almost transcendent. After a long day’s animal watching, seek out ancient rock paintings or play football with the locals.
Set on a gorgeous private inlet, Belmond Eagle Island Lodge is surrounded by shimmering waters. The Okavango Delta itself is totally unique—an oasis at the heart of the Kalahari. It’s home to a cornucopia of wildlife. Birds soar high in the sky and swoop low across the waters, on the lookout for catfish and African pike. Take a mokoro out to the shallows at sunset or enjoy spectacular bird’s-eye-views from high up in a helicopter. Want to get a little closer? Saddle up and follow our guides into the bush. Riding alongside wild dogs at hunt is the thrill of a lifetime.
These dramatic landscapes bring new meaning to the phrase Mother Earth. Once you’ve witnessed the stunning surrounds of the African wild, you’ll never again take nature for granted.
Protecting the wildlife of Africa
Belmond is proud to support the World Rangers Fund with Ride4Rangers, in partnership with the conservation charity TUSK. Together we can help raise funds to support African rangers as they continue to protect the region’s wildlife. Their work ensures these beautiful creatures survive for future generations.Get involved