Between August and September southern carmine bee-eaters arrive and their pinkish-red plumage can be seen across the savannahs. These are perhaps the most vibrant of the bee-eater family so are a great spot! They generally stay in Botswana until around March-April but are perhaps more notice as they migrate over from other African countries.
Camps in Botswana vary greatly throughout the year in terms of what wildlife is best to view. Some camps will be 50/50 water/land ratio in August whereas others will be 100% land or 100% water based. Therefore, it is important to decide what activities you wish to partake in and then ask our specialists for their advice on which camps will be best for you. If you want a variety of all these options as part of your safari then our team will be able to help you plan accordingly.