Located smack-bang in the middle of Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe, Botswana is a land of mostly untamed wilderness.
One of the best wildlife destinations in Africa, Botswana has the continent s greatest concentration of elephants, notoriously large lions, abundant birdlife and everything in between. Thanks to wealth derived from industries such as cattle, diamonds and tourism, it s relatively well-off by African standards being one of the wealthiest and most stable countries on the continent and enjoys a good level of infrastructure.
A predominantly flat country, Botswana is home to rolling grasslands and large salt-pans. In the north, where rainfall is high, woodlands dominate and the popular wetland habitats that the country is famous for support the many animal species that inhabit the area.
The Okavango Delta is one such wetland that attracts hoards of tourists from all over as one of Africa s most iconic landscapes. Studded with islands, the largest inland delta in the world is famous for its tremendous variety of birdlife and wildlife. Take a guided Mokoro trip through...
the serene waters where you ll hear nothing but the sounds of your canoe gliding through the water, the rustling of the reeds and the sounds of the wildlife around you. Take a bush walks or go on a guided game drive where you ll have the opportunity to see elephants, hippos, buffalo, lions, zebra, giraffe and antelope. Known for its luxury lodges and bush camps, the ultimate African experience awaits enjoy a glorious African sunset, dine under a million stars and be lulled to sleep by the call of the wild.
The Moremi Game Reserve is a protected 3,900 square kilometre area of the Okavango Delta. A medley of shimmering floodplains, open grassland, lily-covered wetlands and spattered woodlands, it s the first game reserve established by local residents in an attempt to preserve the depletion of wildlife. Boasting one of the richest and most diverse ecosystems in Africa, it is a spectacular spot for bird-watching and game viewing and is one of the continent s most beautiful conservation areas.
The 11,000 square kilometre Chobe National Park is home to Botswana s most varied assortment of wildlife, supported by the Chobe River. Take a river cruise or boating safari along the river to experience nature at its best, getting up close and personal with hippo, crocodile and countless water birds.
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