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MANAGEMENT AND OPERATIONS

Peace Shamuka – one of Chobe’s longest serving guides, will be at the helm of the organization directing a team of zealous safari personnel. He is a people-centred guide who puts clients first at all times. He also boasts a huge “expertise – experience base” which he built through years of constant training, practice and discipline. Peace Shamuka has had the opportunity to serve in strong corporate environments with positive commendation ensuing. He has wide ranging experience covering Okavango Expeditions, Bush Camping, Guide Training, Field Supervision, National Park & Game Reserve explorations, First Aid Practice and VIP Guiding
Peace Shamuka – one of Chobe’s longest serving guides, will be at the helm of the organization directing a team of zealous safari personnel. He is a people-centred guide who puts clients first at all times. He also boasts a huge “expertise – experience base” which he built through years of constant training, practice and discipline. Peace Shamuka has had the opportunity to serve in strong corporate environments with positive commendation ensuing. He has wide ranging experience covering Okavango Expeditions, Bush Camping, Guide Training, Field Supervision, National Park & Game Reserve explorations, First Aid Practice and VIP Guiding:

  • We combine Quality Workmanship, Superior Knowledge and Low Prices
  • We Can Ensure a Job is Done on Time and on Budget
  • Proven Results for Setting Exceptional Standards in Cost Control
  • Proffesional Service for Private and Commercial Customers
  • 15 Years Experience and a Real Focus on Customer Satisfaction

BEST VALUE

We combine quality workmanship, superior knowledge and low prices to provide you with service unmatched by our competitors.

SAVING TIME

We have the experience, personel and resources to make the project run smoothly. We can ensure a job is done on time.

WITHIN BUDGET

Work with us involve a carefully planned series of steps, centered around a schedule we stick to and daily communication.

WHY CHOOSE US

Years on the International Market.

Completed Projects and Investments.

Skilled Professionals.

OUR MISSION

Last Eden Safaris & Tours is committed to conserving flora and fauna, water sources, wildlife, archeological sites, protected areas and other resources. Because it cares about the environment, the company will ensure that its staff and clients do not engage in programs and activities that threaten the well being of the environment.

Staff members will be given the training and orientation to enable them to spearhead the company’s environmental conservation campaigns. Every member of the production team must be helped to appreciate “the centrality of natural and wildlife resources to tourism success.”

Last Eden Safaris & Tours is dedicated to the cause of minimizing negative impacts on wildlife and the environment. This goal will be fulfilled through the use of environmentally-friendly vehicles and equipment.

With this conscientiousness Last Eden Safaris & Tours intends to pass good conservation values on to the generations of tomorrow. This (it is hoped) will ensure the continued preservation of Botswana’s pristine environment.

POPULAR QUESTIONS

  • Do I need a visa for Botswana??

    The answer to this question depends on which country you are a citizen of. Visitors to Botswana from most Commonwealth countries (including the UK, Ireland and Canada) and most EU countries, as well as Norway, Switzerland, Israel, South Africa and the United States, need only a valid passport.

  • What languages are spoken in Botswana?

    The official language of Botswana is English, yet most of the population also speak Setswana as well. Conversing with the locals is easily and happily done in English.

    Your game drives and other activities will be conducted in the English language too, so you don’t need to learn the local lingo before-hand, although I’m sure that would go down a treat.

  • Do I need vaccinations or malaria tablets?

    We always recommend you speak to your doctor or a health professional about vaccinations and malaria tablets well in advance of your safari.
    There are specialist travel clinics that are trained in the area, and they can keep you up to date with the current advice as it often changes. At present, certain areas of Botswana are affected by malaria..

  • Where is the best place for a safari?

    Botswana is home to a huge array of private concessions and national parks, each rich in wildlife and natural wonders. It’s a huge country, so finding the best place for your safari requires thoughts on what you want to see and when you want to travel.

    The Okavango Delta is undoubtedly the best known of Botswana’s parks and attractions. A bizarre natural wonder set within the famous Kalahari Basin, here you can spot some of the most truly inspiring wildlife and incredible vistas. The Okavango encapsulates the heart of wild Africa and a journey here guarantees jaw-dropping natural beauty and excellent game spotting. Yet the Okavango is just one of many places that we think makes the perfect Botswana safari, and we think it works best when combined with a few nights in some of the other, equally awe-inspiring areas of this stunning destination..

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