Drotsky’s Cabins

In the North-Western corner of Botswana, situated on the banks of the Okavango River, in the panhandle of the Delta, you will find the lush green lawns and tall, shady indigenous trees, a paradise called Drotsky’s Cabins. Thirty years ago, Jan and Eileen Drotsky put their roots down here, and today still own and manage the Cabins, one of the first lodges in Botswana.

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Flatdogs Camp

Flatdogs Camp

One of the most diverse yet least well known National Parks in Southern Africa, the South Luangwa National Park covers 9050 square kilometres of unspoilt natural habitat, home to more than 100 species of mammals and 482 species of birds. Game drives in open vehicles are allowed inside the National Park, as well as walking safaris and night game drives allowing visitors to enjoy sightings of unusual nocturnal species as well.

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