Botswana

Located in the heart of Southern Africa, this country roughly the size of France is home to only 1.4 million inhabitants. In this very emptiness lies the country’s magic: the vast unspoiled wilderness reaching from Namibia in the West through the Kalahari Desert to the Makgadikgadi Pans, the wetlands of Okavango Delta, and Chobe in the Northeast is one of Africa’s prime game viewing regions.. Beauty is everywhere. In the North, a geographical anomaly has created what is reputedly one of Africa’s loveliest reserves: the Okavango Delta. Here the Okavango River spills into the Kalahari, transforming the sandy waste into a vast wetland of looping channels and grassy floodplains in which countless animals thrive. In the South, the Central Kalahari Desert’s harsh conditions have saved it from the ravages of man. It is the last outpost of the tribes of nomadic hunting peoples the San and the Khoikhoi, and home to the remarkable animals who have been able to adapt to its punishing climate: brown hyenas, cheetahs, Kalahari lions, and meerkats. East of the Kalahari lies the last relic of what was once Africa’s greatest lake, now a vast salt flat: the Makgadikgadi Pans. A paradise of endless flocks of flamingos in the rainy season, the same area becomes home to one of Africa’s largest zebra populations when the dry season starts.

Botswana

Located in the heart of Southern Africa, this country roughly the size of France is home to only 1.4 million inhabitants. In this very emptiness lies the country’s magic: the vast unspoiled wilderness reaching from Namibia in the West through the Kalahari Desert to the Makgadikgadi Pans, the wetlands of Okavango Delta, and Chobe in the Northeast is one of Africa’s prime game viewing regions.. Beauty is everywhere. In the North, a geographical anomaly has created what is reputedly one of Africa’s loveliest reserves: the Okavango Delta. Here the Okavango River spills into the Kalahari, transforming the sandy waste into a vast wetland of looping channels and grassy floodplains in which countless animals thrive. In the South, the Central Kalahari Desert’s harsh conditions have saved it from the ravages of man. It is the last outpost of the tribes of nomadic hunting peoples the San and the Khoikhoi, and home to the remarkable animals who have been able to adapt to its punishing climate: brown hyenas, cheetahs, Kalahari lions, and meerkats. East of the Kalahari lies the last relic of what was once Africa’s greatest lake, now a vast salt flat: the Makgadikgadi Pans. A paradise of endless flocks of flamingos in the rainy season, the same area becomes home to one of Africa’s largest zebra populations when the dry season starts.
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