I don’t know about you, but for us, there are three major highlights in our year: ITB, Indaba and BTTE. And you know why they are so dear to us? Because we get to catch up with you! Well, at least some of us do. Continue reading “Your First 2017 Date with Bush Ways”
In 20 years…what am I saying, 21 years! you may know that we have kept ourselves rather busy here at Bush Ways, and have designed quite a nice variety of ways of exploring the Botswana bush: different levels of mobile safaris, camping or accommodated, then lodges, and a guest house. Continue reading “Sampling Botswana Flavours on a Bush Ways Platter”
Imagine a world where you would meet travelers from all over the globe, share with them an experience of a lifetime in a wilderness wonderland, come back home and even thousands of kilometers apart, you would remain forever connected.
Article published in the Ngami Times, October 2015, by Thuso Rammidi
“The recently hosted two-day trauma training workshop which was aimed at raising awareness and equipping participants and caregivers with essential skills needed in dealing with traumatized children and elderly within the community has been deemed a success by its organizers. Continue reading “Bush Ways Foundation Raising Trauma Awareness”
Botswana’s cuisine is considered to be rather practical. It needs to provide high protein and a lot of energy to keep one satisfied for a long period of time and it needs to give you everything to be prepared for the harsh African environment. Continue reading “A look into Botswana’s kitchen!”
Sango Safari Camp is located in one of the most unique Wildlife Areas in Botswana – on the banks of the Khwai River, close to the border of the Moremi Game Reserve. Developing and managing a Lodge in such a delicate area, remaining ‘green’ and reducing one’s carbon-footprint is of the utmost importance to us and the least we can do to contribute to the conservation of this incredible wilderness.
Chobe Elephant Camp is based in the semi-arid bush of Africa – overlooking the floodplains of the Chobe River. While developing the Lodge we had to address the challenge of extreme temperature variations of this area and how to combat this. Initially we planned to build Chobe Elephant Camp with the same Canvas material Sango Safari Camp is made of. However once we had experienced the extreme conditions we realised that this was not the ideal material to use.
After many years operating from our old base in the Hospital Road in Maun we finally reached the point of Expansion. Our facilities have now moved to our new, much larger, base just outside of Maun at the Matshwane industrial Side. Continue reading “A new Chapter for Bush Ways”