The Independence Day of Botswana, commonly called Boipuso, is a national holiday observed in Botswana on September 30 of every year.
Botswana is sought after by tourists from across the globe. Lonely Planet describes Botswana as “Blessed with some of the greatest wildlife spectacles on earth, Botswana is one of the great safari destinations in Africa”. It is also a country growing in stature with a secure economy and political stability.
Celebrate Independence Day and experience your beautiful Botswana like never before. Fatshe leno la rona!
Under One Botswana Sky and its sister properties with Kwando Safaris are offering great deals for the long weekend, get in touch with our team for resident’s rates.
Here’s a guide on where to honour Botswana’s heritage.
1. Visit Botswana’s first national park
Kasane’s oldest tourism offering, Chobe Safari Lodge is a landmark establishment on the border of Botswana’s first and oldest national park. Following the successful and prosperous tourism appeal of the Kruger National Park, the vast lands of the Chobe district were officially declared as a non-hunting zone in 1932 by the resident commissioner, Charles Rey, in then-Bechuanaland. However, the area was proclaimed a national park just one year after independence in 1967.
Chobe Safari Lodge has helped travellers explore Chobe National Park for 60 years. Set up to overlook the charming Chobe riverfront, this lodge is the only one in town sharing a border with Chobe National Park.
Book now: Celebrate Independence Day and experience Chobe as you’ve never seen before! Just BWP799 B&B per person sharing. Book three nights and get a free river cruise 🎉 Call 625 0336 to make a reservation or mail email@example.com
2. Explore Botswana’s blessed UNESCO World Heritage
The Okavango Delta is one of the best places in the world to go on safari and was declared the Earth’s 1000th UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2014.
Each of our Okavango Delta camps is situated in a private concession, offering an exclusive safari experience with a light-on-the-earth footprint.
Meander by Mokoro at Moremi Crossing
Eco-friendly Moremi Crossing rests below tall palm trees in the Okavango Delta. It’s islanded for most of the year when water, flowing south from the highlands of Angola, fills the swampy floodplains. This incredible annual descent of water makes Moremi Crossing an ideal destination for boating and walking safaris.
Book now: Experience the Okavango Delta with us from just BWP1900 per person per night fully-inclusive 🎉 Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for enquiries
Celebrate in Style at Mma Dinare
An intimate, relaxed camp, Mma Dinare comprises just eight tents that all share a jaw-dropping communal deck, outdoor firepit and dining area with views that make the most of the abundant Gomoti River that flows right past. Parades of elephant are regular visitors to these scenic floodplains, as are Red Lechwe and, of course, enormous buffalo herds.
Bordering the open plains of the Moremi Game Reserve, guests can expect plenty of wonderful wildlife sightings. Predators, such as jackal, leopard and prides of lion are regularly spotted and the Dinare concession is a known hotspot for seeing African Wild Dogs.
Book now: Enjoy a luxurious stay at our newest lodge from just BWP2900 per person fully inclusive 🎉 Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for enquiries
3. Make for Makgadkigkadi, the motherland
A recent study of mitochondrial DNA states that the mother of all modern humans originated in northern Botswana 200,000 years ago. The Makgadkikgadi might very well be our motherland!
Located within this unique environment, Nata Lodge provides a shady refuge while still blending naturally into its surroundings. Luxury chalets and camping tents balance out the preferences of different types of travellers. The main areas, such as the swimming pool and bar, are spaces to relax and reflect on the day out on the pan or meet others.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
- Botswana residents rates are available – please enquire!
- These rates are valid with immediate effect for stays until 14 November 2021 inclusive.
- Single supplement is 30% and chargeable for those aged 18 and above.
- Self-drive is possible to Mma Dinare in a 4WD (essential).
- Mma Dinare: A game drive transfer from Maun (3h+, one way) is included in the rate for a minimum of 2 pax.
- Should the Botswana government impose an alcohol ban, prohibiting the consumption of alcohol in camps, there will be no refund or reduction on the rates.
Please note, Gunn’s Camp is closed for maintenance and Rra Dinare is only operational when Mma Dinare is full.