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Botswana

Itinerary Inspiration

Blessed with open spaces stretching out into the untamed wilderness, you'll experience the serenity of adventure in this majestic destination. Botswana offers its visitors tranquil beauty, amazing wildlife, rich history and culture, and warm hospitality. Ranging from diamond-bearing formations, art museums and galleries, expansive savannas and sand valleys, you're sure to enjoy the excitement of exploration!

Things You Should Know

Time Zone: UTC +2 hours (no DST)
Official Language: English, Tswana
Currency: Pula (can obtain at any bank, airport or exchange office)
Entry Requirements: Valid passport, return ticket home and sufficient funds to cover stay (need visa for stays 90+ days)
Best Times to Visit: May through October

Botswana Honeymoons

Botswana is famous for its diverse landscape and romantic hideaways. Together you can experience stunning sunsets, star-studded skies, elegant dining, breathtaking scenery and native wildlife. Accommodations are equally as diverse with colonial hotels, romantic lodges, luxury camps and lavish suites with grand amenities. Botswana honeymoon packages range from a romantic couple's massage to a guided safari tour.

Destination Weddings in Botswana

In Botswana, your destination wedding can take place in a setting of enchanting beauty. Imagine an intimate ceremony with a cascading river in your backdrop or a spectacular safari wedding in a national park. There are many destination wedding packages and wedding coordinators available to plan and arrange a timeless adventure you'll never forget.

Weather & Climate

Plan for hot, dry weather for most of the year with a rainy season in the summer months. Downpours may occur unexpectedly, but are followed with bright sunshine. Summer begins in November and lasts until March, with arid days and warm evenings. Winter starts in May and ends in August with warm days and cold nights, accompanied with cloudy skies and the rainy season.