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Botswana

 

Botswana is a southern African success story with a strong currency, stable government and small, peaceful population. 

 

Botswanahas one of the lowest population densities in the world, and with it's exclusive tourism policies, the wilderness attractions are largely unspoiled and uncrowded, promising and unparalleled African adventure experience. Unlike much of Africa,Botswanais a safe and secure holiday destination, with little crime and no unrest.

 

Its natural beauty lies in its wilderness, wildlife and cultural diversity. Unique San rock art, geological wonders, and traditional art are additional attractions located in various parts of the country.Botswanaoffers a truly unique African experience.

 

Botswanais known for its excellent safari adventures at reasonable prices and its friendly people. Be prepared to experience a serious African adventure when you’re traveling toBotswana.

 

 

 

 

 

Attractions:

 

Chobe National Park

 

The second-largest national park inBotswana, Chobe is home to one of the most concentrated areas of game inAfrica.

The park is probably the most famous for its elephants, though. Their number could represent the largest surviving elephant population; it’s estimated to be about 120,000.

 

 

 

Okavango Delta

 

The Okavango Delta is a lush emerald paradise of papyrus and reed beds, a maze of channels and floodplains, rich savannah grasslands, a montage of water-lily filled lagoons and palm islands transcending the rules of Mother Nature by lying in the heart of the aridKalahari DesertBasin.

Gaborone

 

 

 

 

The National Museum and Art Gallery

 

Gaborone(Botswana's Capital) houses theNationalMuseumandArtGallery, which displays a collection of traditional crafts and paintings by local and regional artists. It is located in the center ofGaboroneat the intersection ofIndependenceand Queens Roads.

 

Kalahari Desert

 

The Kalahari is immense and silent but also intensely beautiful with many remarkable features – a Kalahari safari is a wild and remote experience for the adventurous at heart. You’ll be surprised at the wildlife and flora here and how each species has adapted to survive in such arid conditions. Year-round game drives and walks with Bushmen are top attractions in the Central Kalahari Game Reserve.

Walking Safari

 

Tsodilo Hills

 

Exploring the three main Hills – Male, Female, and child – is a journey into antiquity. Archaeological research – ongoing for the past 30 years – estimates that Tsodilo has been inhabited for the past 100 000 years, making this one of the world’s oldest historical sites.

 

The Moremi Game Reserve

 

The Moremi Game Reserve overlaps the Okavango Delta. Moremi isBotswana's most beautiful safari area and is flanked by many private game preserves.

 

St. Claire Lion Park

 

On the edges ofGaboronecity is St. Claire Lion Park. As well as being home to some of the region's lion population, the park is a great place to while away a few hours.

 

 

 

Linyati Reserve Accommodation

 

Linyanti - To the north-east of the Delta, is an enormous wildlife-rich area, creating an unrivalled atmosphere of remoteness and space

 

Guests have exclusive access to the abundant game here. Large concentrations of zebra and giraffe abound, with additional species such as wildebeest, kudu and tsessebe attracting the predators for which the area is so well known. Leopard utilise the woodlands while lion, spotted hyaena and wild dog hunt here and on the adjoining grassland strongholds of the cheetah

 

 

 

Lobatse

 

Also for the culture-savvy traveler, Lobaste is the home of the Botswana High Court and the Livingstone Memorial, also must-sees.

 

Makgadikgadi Pans

 

In the dry season, the Makgadikgadi Pans receives the world’s second largest zebra and wildebeest migration after the Serengeti - Masai Mara wildebeest migration. During the first months of each year, the landscape becomes green and robust attracting 25000 zebra and wildebeest to the Makgadikgadi Pans.

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