Nature Way Safaris, is a 100% citizen owned mobile tented safari company that has been in existence since March 2013. The founding director/ owner is a bushman/ san who was born and raised in the hamlet village of Khwai, sandwiched by the famous and prominent wildlife areas, Moremi Game Reserve in the south and the Chobe National Park, in the north. Travel and entertainment activities are a part of a person’s life; people need some leisure and entertainment for relaxation. Since the beginning of the safari era, the private mobile safari has been the most long-established means of experiencing the African bush yet, traditionally, it has been too costly for most budgets. Overtime, Nature Way Safaris has changed all that by developing a small, exclusive mobile tented safari, which focuses on the things that matter and cuts out the superfluous expenses and gratuituous luxuries; in the case of Nature Way Safaris; whether you are travelling in group, as a couple or on your own, every trip is designed to match your interests, the season of travel and the length of the time you have available.

Meet the Nature Way Safaris Team

Kebareeditse “Hola” Ntsogotho

Hola, is the founder and the owner of Nature Way Safaris. He was born and raised in the hamlet village of Khwai. He had great passion for nature and wilderness from his tender age, this was revived by mingling with wild animals every day in the Khwai area. After finishing his High school, he worked for Greg Butler Safaris, in the capacity of camp manager / professional Hunter/ professional guide for more than 4 years. Hola, boost a wealthy guiding experience. He also worked for African Bush Camps, as a freelance guide for 2 years.

Grace Ntsogotho

Grace, is the wife to Hola, she was born and raised in the Khwai village. Grace, did a Food and Beverage course at Career Dreams Centre, one of the tourism college in Maun, northern Botswana. She worked for Okavango Wilderness Safaris as a Waitrees/ bar tender. She also worked for Greg Butler Safaris, as a waitress/ bar tender. She has wealthy experience in the tourism industry of Botswana


Kebatlhokometse “Daniel” Ntsogotho

Daniel, is one of the best guide in northern Botswana. He is the younger brother to Hola. Daniel, was also born raised in the Khwai village. Daniel, attended a guiding course with one the colleges in Maun, Botswana. When he finished the course, he did several research work as research assistant, including a research on lion behaviour in central Kalahari game reserve, with Glen Maud. Zebra migration research in Makgadikgadi pan and Boteti river front and lastly a research on wildlife, people and water with Deborah Woerjoek, the University of Florida. Daniels, worked for several companies in northern Botswana, such as Kgori Safaris, Okavango wilderness safaris and African Bush Camps.