A Safari Paradise
It is possible to camp at quite a few hotels and lodges in Botswana at around £7 a night, which will often give you access to the lodge bar and swimming pool – a very welcome addition after a hot day in the bush in Botswana. It is possible to camp in the wild (outside of national parks and private lands) but it’s probably best to approach the local police station to ask where you are allowed to camp. Camping in national parks in Botswana is only allowed if it has been booked through the National Parks & Wildlife Reserves. You’ll find mostly basic camps, with just toilets and barbecue areas, but camping out in the wild in Botswana is a magical experience that will stay with you for a long time.