We provide exclusive, tailor-made mobile safaris throughout Botswana allowing our guests to spend time in the heart of the bush experiencing nature up close. In the comfort of ther own safari camp and with the knowledge and experience of our private guides, your guests will travel across the best of Botswana. Get in touch to start their adventure of a lifetime.
Being based in Maun – the hub of the tourism sector in Botswana – we are constantly in touch with what is happening in the safari industry, and having been doing it for nearly 20 years, we have developed close relationships with members throughout the African safari industry, including operators of lodges, air charter companies and professional guides, to name just a few. These relationships are beneficial in enabling us to keep our fingers on the pulse, which in turn ensures that you receive the best possible advice and service when putting together itineraries for your clients.
At GA we pride ourselves on taking the time to understand the needs, interests, motivations and desires of your clients, and then combining them with our vast experience of Botswana and the African bush, in order to develop tailor-made safaris. Through this personal care and attention to detail we are able to provide you with a full, singular service in organising a bespoke safari. From your guests' arrival where they are met by a representative of GA, they will be taken care of, every step of the way on their journey through Botswana, and maybe beyond.
We offer you an array of activities to consider, starting with our luxury mobile tented safaris, through to lodge safaris to walking trails, anthropological to fishing to kayaking, game viewing from motor-boat to horseback, and much, much more.
Every safari follows ethical guiding practices and all are led by experienced, knowledgeable, passionate and informed guides, ensuring your clients receive a unique and life-changing trip within Botswana’s pristine wilderness areas.
Where we operate
- Bird Watching
- Flying Safaris
- Mobile Safaris
- Safaris - Fixed Camp
- Walking Safaris
- Air Charters
- Guided flying safaris
- Eco tourism
- Cultural activities
- Honeymoon safaris
Our Commitment to Responsible TourismWe believe it is imperative that the tourism industry takes responsibility for our natural resources through maximised benefits to the people of developing countries; they are after all, the custodians of its future. This is our wildlife conservation mission. It is a fact of life in Botswana that fences constructed during its early development years have resulted in the demise of massive ancient migrations. These fences were constructed to benefit the country's lucrative beef exports to Europe. Most people in Botswana are supported by their subsistence livestock farming and arable agricultural practices. With this in mind, despite the developed world educated guesses, wildlife and the natural environment have other values. This is why the educated people in tourism must do more for the uneducated. The simple fact that a better income from wildlife and safari tourism rather than from livestock is the only way we can secure a future for wildlife. It is our aim in the industry to increase and maximize wildlife potential for tourism that will create increased opportunities for employment and other benefits to the rural people of Botswana. This is being done with responsible training and secure employment. Education is as important for the youth as employment is for the adults. It is important to involve the children in tourism and wildlife for purely educational purposes. We encourage guests to send us school materials that the government is under resourced to supply.
10 April 2019
Following on from the great success of the mobile tented and lodge safari combinations that Golden Africa Safaris is running in the Okavango Delta, Botswana, an additional departure has been put on for the peak season this year from 7th – 16th September; a time of year when game-viewing is at its very best in this magnificent UNESCO World Heritage Site. The safari runs for 9 nights, and compromises of 3 sets of 3 nights, located in the Moremi Game Reserve and Khwai community concessions at either end of the itinerary, sandwiching a stay at the fantastic Machaba Safaris’ Gomoti Plains Camp. The safari is for 4-12 pax, and will be exclusive to any group booked of 6 pax or more.Read More