Generally one would say Botswana is known for its sunny clear skies almost all year round giving perfect sunset and sunrise views. However there are life giving summer rains marking the start of green season. After the rains, the landscape is left lush, green and beautiful. Continue reading “Safaris in the green or rainy season”
The profession of a guide is still more or less known as a men’s world. You need to be strong, you have to read the behaviour of animals, you have to protect people – all qualities that are well known for men. But this is not completely true, women as well can do this job, we are now living in a very modern and advanced world where also ladies can become guides… Continue reading “Bush Ways’ first female guide”
We just received this wonderful blog post by #PackforaPurpose about donations made by guests that travel to Sango Safari Camp. We are proud members of Pack for a Purpose and we are so grateful for all the support we are receiving from our generous guests travelling to Africa.
Read this awesome story here:
Over the past several years, whenever my husband and I travel to the far flung reaches of the globe that we always seem to end up in, I make a point of reaching out to the local community to arrange to bring much needed school supplies, children’s books, etc.
Bush Ways offers 3 different styles of safaris, the Semi Participation Camping, the Fully Serviced 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 Semi Participation Safari is your safari. Continue reading “Bush Ways’ new safari”
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. Continue reading “Bush Ways Lodges welcomes a NEW camp – BOTETI RIVER CAMP”
Adventures captured are timeless…
Bush Ways Safaris is happy to announce its first ever PHOTO COMPETITION! And we invite YOU to take part! #JoinTheBushWaysClan
The competition will run from 1st January 2019 to 30th June 2019.
For images taken on one of Bush Ways’ memorable adventures, here’ s what one stands a chance to WIN:
- 1stprize: 900 Euro travel-voucher for any Bush Ways Safari of your choice
- 2ndprize: 400 Euro travel-voucher for any Bush Ways Safari of your choice
- 3rdprize: 200 Euro travel-voucher for any Bush Ways Safari of your choice
Tuesday March 13. Tucson Az
Daline is to join me for a trip to Botswana and an 8 day safari in the Okavango Delta, as
I have done twice before. I have been pining for a travel partner and one day about
three weeks ago I got an early morning phone call from Daline. Her first words were,
“Grandpa, I’ll travel to Africa with you”. Continue reading “Diary of a Bush Ways safari with guide Evans by Frank G.”
Bush Ways Foundation engaged in a project of Naletsana Charity Organization in partnership with Fuel Defend Global, which focussed on the Khwai community and its surrounding areas. Seeing as the main goal of this initiative is to ensure safe shelter is provided for those living in wilderness areas, our recent trip team members helped to paint one of the houses that was built by the project. Continue reading “Shelter and security in Khwai – Naletsana Charity”
Bush Ways Foundation
Bush Ways Foundation has always found it worthy to give back and this year it was to the people of the Ditshiping village in the Delta. Home to approximately 150 people this close-knit society has through the years found ways to sustain itself through its community Trust,by the provision of polers and guides fortourists that camp within the area. Continue reading “Ditshiping gateway to the Delta”