Fulfilled by the vision of a special cultural and time travel, we would like to introduce you to different population groups of
in personal encounters and provide fascinating insights into the unique flora and fauna of the country
stabilize or revive traditional farming practices such as livestock, agriculture or crafts
meet the expectations of our local hosts in the joint development of tourist activities
deserve just as much attention for Botswana's modern art, be it paintings, sculptures or photographic artefacts
With our expertise, we are able to provide our study travelers with realistic experiences in the different everyday lives of local people.
You stay overnight in small hotels or guesthouses with typical local atmosphere, individually cared for during your entire study tour.
Through our small study groups with a maximum of 12 participants and a Botswana tour guide, we succeed in avoiding social, cultural and environmental issues of mass tourism in developing countries.
»Botswana for Kids«
Where necessary, we offer a pedagogical package for our study trip, which is tailored for the needs of 7-14 year olds.
In an 8-12-day study tour, you will be informed in detail about the history, culture and current living situation of the indigenous peoples of southern Africa .
(Dates on request)
with the main focus on
"People and Landscapes"
will be accompanied by a professional Botswana photographer.
(Dates on request)
Stations of our study trip. | ©Image Republic of Botswana by shutterstock.com
A young Tswana woman with her child. | ©Image by Lucian Coman - shutterstock.com
Gaborone – Botswana’s capital and centre of the world diamond trade | ©Image by Wandel Guides - shutterstock.com
The San: Traditional hunters and gatherers as well as the aborigines of Southern Africa. | ©Image by Lucian Coman - shutterstock.com
The 10,698 square kilometre Chobe National Park: Natural terrain of huge elephant herds | ©Image by LouieLea - shutterstock.com
The Okavango Delta: with about 15,000 sq km the largest inland delta in the world. | ©Image by Vadim Petrakov - shutterstock.com
Herero: Descendant Exile survivor of the battle of the Waterberg 1904, today's Namibia.
The Victoria Falls on the border of Zimbabwe: Zambia and World Cultural Heritage of UNESCO | ©Image by Alessandro Zappalorto - shutterstock.com
Let’s dive together into the unknown,
so that you understand yourself better
and Leslie Jaroschek
Office in Botswana
Plot 53896/N78 | Phase 2
Gaborone - Botswana
Germany: (+49) 173 – 5476 482
Botswana: (+267) 722 039 77