According to the regional airline’s CEO and MD Rodger Foster, Airlink will resume double-daily flights between Johannesburg and Botswana’s capital, Gaborone, on 16 November, while flights to the airports at Kasane and Maun are likely to recommence from 30 November.
Additionally, Air Botswana will initially provide four weekly flights between Gaborone and Johannesburg; this will still be customised based on travel demand. Other regional destinations will be progressively added, including Lusaka, Harare and Cape Town.
Botswana has been desperate to welcome back tourists whose numbers have declined drastically as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Home to one of the world’s most impressive natural wonders, the Okavango Delta, along with world-renowned national parks and plentiful wildlife, Botswana remains one of Africa’s top tourist destinations.
Custodian of wildlife-packed destinations, such as the Moremi Game Reserve, Chobe National Park, Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park and the famous Okavango Delta, Botswana is an ideal destination for discerning safari travellers and wildlife lovers.
Botswana offers some of the best safari and wildlife experiences in the world, with a plethora of options to choose from.