Endless savannas, thriving wetlands, an abundance of wildlife and a rich cultural heritage: Botswana is the Africa people dream about. While the Republic of Botswana is relatively young – having only gained independence from British rule in 1966 – its heritage is immense.
Dominated by the vast Kalahari, Botswana is dry, but surprisingly lush. It’s home to many game reserves, such as Chobe and Moremi, but the jewel in Botswana’s crown is the Okavango Delta, which runs into the desert sands to create an oasis like no other. Jump in a canoe and float through the delta’s many spectacular channels, watching for elephants, flamingos, lions and hippos who regularly wade through its waters – just don’t tip the boat. Click here to learn more about when is the best time to visit Botswana.
This country boasts pristine wildlife conservation areas, as well as easy access to natural wonders in neighbouring Zimbabwe, South Africa and Namibia Botswana is one of Southern Africa’s most renowned and admired safari destinations. Its varied geography includes untouched savannahs, wildlife-rich deltas, arid deser...Read more
Get up close and personal with spectacular wildlife and ancient landscapes in some of Africa’s most pristine nature reserves Botswana is booming: on average, the Southern African nation has one of the highest economic growth rates in the world and is known as one of the safest and most stable African countries to vis...Read more
From distinctive food to some of the world’s best wildlife viewing, here’s why you need to experience Botswana Whether you’re a lover of luxurious lodges or once-in-a-lifetime activities, Botswana has you sorted. Here, five reasons why Botswana needs to be on your 2019 travel list. 1. Follow National Geographic’s c...Read more