Welcome to Nalange Safaris


Nalange Safaris is a safari company based in Maun, Botswana – owned and run by safari guide Tebla Mokgosi.

Nalange Safaris and run safari trips through all the wild spaces of Botswana, from the magnificent northern wetlands  of the Okavango Delta and Chobe National Park to the desert environment of the Makgadikgadi and Nxai Pan National Parks.
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About our founder

Tebla and Ruth
Tebla Mokgosi & Ruth
Born and raised in Maun, Botswana, Tebla’s love for the bush grew from a young age whilst accompanying his grandfather on his trips through the delta delivering supplies to remote camps. After studying for a degree in finance, Tebla realised that a job in accounting wasn’t for him and so he signed up for a professional guiding course with the Botswana Wildlife Training Institute. It didn’t take long for Tebla to find his feet in his new “office” and his career in guiding has included some of Botswana’s most prestigious wildernesses areas and lodges, including Moremi Game Reserve, Linyanti, Chitabe, Mombo, Vumbura and Abu. During his time working at Vumbura, Tebla met Ruth, an English chef, also on her own adventure in the wild. Like-minded with their passions for travel and the African bush, love blossomed and they now call Maun home.

During his career Tebla has developed a keen interest in travel and wildlife photography and loves sharing his passion by confidently assisting guests with their photography and getting the right angle for that perfect shot!

About Botswana

Situated in the centre of southern Africa, the landscape of Botswana is marked by the Kalahari Desert and the Okavango Delta, which becomes a lush wildlife sanctuary with the onset of the seasonal floods.

After gaining independence in 1966, the discovery of diamonds delivered a healthy boost to its faltering economy and assured stability. This allowed the government the luxury to adopt an innovative approach to tourism, protecting the country’s other major resource – the environment through its ‘high-revenue, low-volume’ tourism policy. Botswana then went on to become a true African conservation success story with around  40% of the land set aside for conservation, allowing ample space for the wildlife to thrive.

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