Elephants in Botswana
The world’s largest living land mammal is not considered an endangered species, but its population has declined dramatically over the past 30 years. In African countries less attentive to conservation, elephants have virtually disappeared due to poaching.
Botswana has instead managed to preserve their habitat, allowing visitors to get a first-hand look at these majestic animals and even walk alongside them. Abu Camp was one of the first where visitors could enjoy the magical experience of safaris on the back of an elephant or walking in the bush with them. This is a full-immersion experience with these large mammals. Elephant safaris in the Okavango Delta give you special, unique and unforgettable insight into these magnificent animals as you live alongside them and get to know them.