From a safari among the abundant wildlife in Botswana’s national parks to a trip to South Africa, travel is an exciting part of the ACM Botswana program.
A week-long program-sponsored trip to the northern part of the country features the beautiful Okavango Delta, Africa’s largest wetlands, as well as excursions to sights such as Victoria Falls.
Students have a chance to rely on the Setswana language they’ve learned and to get a taste of daily life outside the urban environment of Gaborone during a weekend when they live with host families in a village.
Student-planned travel is part of the mix, as well. “I’m just interested in pushing myself even further out of the comfort zone and seeing how I do in other African countries,” said Nathan Smelker from Knox College, who planned a trip to Namibia. “It’s going to be exciting to just travel all around southern Africa and compare the differences of the countries around here.”
Learn more about students’ travel experiences on the Botswana program!