Botswana Wing Safari: What Adventure Women Are Saying

AdventureWomen travelers are passionately (and hopelessly) obsessed with Africa and its many treasures. Here are a few guest comments and photos from our African safari in Botswana entitled (as we travel by private bush plane) our “Botswana Wing” Safari. Next scheduled departure: May 2016!

“Forget wonderful or awesome. This trip is beyond that. Ohhhhh! And WOW! are the expletives that are more fitting!” -Chris N, GA

5. Kwara baby cheetahs DCSN0055“The one thing I was dying to tell my family and friends about the trip was that I saw a cheetah take off at top speed. And never in my wildest dreams did I think that I would have sundowners [cocktail hour] in the middle of the migration of hundreds of elephants. What a thrill!” -Ellen B, MN

“Botswana was my 5th African safari [with AdventureWomen] and I certainly hope not my last. Everything was great—the wildlife, the camps, the guides and trackers, the food…, and flying in a microlight over Victoria Falls. Thank you for another wonderful trip.” -Diane S, WI30. lebala vehicles DSCN0120

48. vic falls iStock_000005594540“Never in my wildest dreams did I think that it was possible to get so close to wild animals in the bush. And I was dying to tell my family about the spectacular size of Victoria Falls, which I experienced in a microlight plane that gave me the sensation of a soaring eagle!” -Sandra C, NC

“I found out I could still be excited by and enjoy some of life’s simpler pleasures — the thrill of seeing animals in their natural surroundings and not behind bars; the smell of clean air and wild sage and the incredible beauty of the stars….” -Margo H, IL

“Never in my wildest dreams did I think I would experience Africa…, and never in my wildest dreams will I say “never in my wildest dreams” again because anything is possible if we dare to take a chance. Thank you for making our dreams come true!” -Ellen V, NJ 28. animals DSCN0242Checkout our May 2016 Botswana “Wing” Safari in Africa and live YOUR dream!

photos (c) Susan L. Eckert