“Think of Botswana like the theater. When you visit you are not just watching a play. It’s like you’re part of it.” – Jane Lee Winter
Beautiful just doesn’t do justice to the magnificence that is Botswana. The varied landscape, abundant wildlife, and most importantly to me: the people. They won my heart the first time I set foot in the African Country in 1983. They are warm and welcoming and full of country pride. I love to visit the villages and watch the women cook the water lillies, weave the baskets and see the community engage in their traditional song and dance.
When we bring hosted groups to Botswana and their neighboring countries; Zambia, Namibia, Zimbabwe and South Africa, we like to offer the opportunity to include philanthropy in their trip. We support the Ebenezer Orphanage in Zambia and always try to pay them a visit. I have delighted in watching clients offer a lesson in the classroom or assist at the orphanage.
As a retail travel professional I am never at a loss for places to go, but rather privileged to have to have passion and ability to explore the world at my will. Some places I return to but many I do not. Since 1991 my husband and I have returned every year with a focus on Botswana safari camps. Botswana is a place that calls me back year-after-year and it is my pride and joy to be able to share the wonders of this special place with any bold traveler desiring a taste of its splendor.