You have been thinking for a while about going on safari to Botswana. Maybe you have recently watched a documentary on television. Maybe a friend just came back from safari and can’t stop talking about it. Maybe just the words “safari” and “Botswana” have always made your head swirl.
You have searched the internet, talked to a few people, and heard about Bush Ways. Now here you are, in front of your screen, waiting for the http://www.bushways.com homepage to load. Your mouse slides above the main menu and reaches “Our Safaris” and all of a sudden, weird combinations of words appear in front of you and you feel quite taken aback. What on earth do “Semi Participation”, “Fully Serviced” and “Accommodated” mean? Your mouse continues its journey across the menu bar, you click here an there, but soon, so many unknown names and places have filled your head that you start wondering if you will ever be able to make the best decision for your trip.
Relax, take a deep breath, it will quickly become crystal clear and you will soon be able to show off in front of your friends and brag about your knowledge and understanding of Botswana travels and mobile safaris.
In short, in this series of articles, we will try to answer all the questions that might come to your mind while being introduced to Bush Ways Safaris and therefore let you know all the possible ways of exploring the country we could offer you:
- What is a semi participation safari?
- What is a fully serviced safari?
- What is an accommodated safari?
- What to expect in the Kalahari?
- What to expect in Nxai Pans?
- What to expect in the Caprivi?
- What to expect in the Delta?
- What to expect in the parks?
- What to expect in Livingstone?
We encourage you to post any questions or comments you have regarding our safari trails, equipment, vehicles, etc. so we can make sure we provide you with all the information you need!
In the next few weeks, whenever you want to have a look at all the articles forming this series only, click on “Bush Ways’ User Guide” under “Categories” on the left-hand side of this page.
Coming next: What is a Bush Ways semi-participation safari?