Botswana safaris are on an unthinkable scale. This is the country where elephants cross the highway and you can go weeks without human contact. But Khutse is a little different to the rest of Botswana.
This smaller national park is dominated by shimmering salt pans and herds digging for water. It’s to the south of the Central Kalahari Game Reserve and is an ideal place for an introductory safari.
A game drive here will introduce you to the wild, including its variety of animals. Safari here first, get your bearings, and then fly out to appreciate the wilder, more open landscapes elsewhere in Botswana.