Nata Travel Guide


Botswana is one of the safest countries to visit in Africa and a world-class safari destination.

Almost half of Botswana's land has been allocated as protected wilderness and national parks, so animal life abounds. Before you embark on your journey, here are the relevant health and travel requirements to consider.

Any self-drive tips for Botswana?
Drive North from Francistown to Kasane on the A3, about 180km on your right-hand side, you’ll find Nata Lodge. We are 10km south of Nata village.

Avoid driving at night and drive with caution. Wayward cattle, donkeys, elephants and other animals roam the roads of Botswana. You might even see a herd on the tarred highways!

Always stop at the official veterinary fence boundaries and highway gates. It's illegal to move select fresh produce and raw animal products from wilderness areas (mainly in the north) to rural areas (mostly in the south). You will also be expected to disinfect your shoes and stamp them in a sanitising station to stop the potential spread of foot and mouth disease.
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Safari is in our Soul!