Botswana’s valleys, undulating grasslands and lush plains are home to some of the world’s most exciting wildlife. From giraffes and hyenas to cheetahs and elephants, Botswana is becoming an increasingly popular and exclusive safari destination for those looking for an experience that is out of the ordinary.
The crystal-clear waters of the Okavango Delta make it the watering hole for some of the world’s rarest mammals – both black and white rhinoceros, cheetahs, and the African wild dog.
The Chobe National Park offers some of the best opportunities to see wildlife in all of Africa, especially elephants. The Chobe River sustains Africa’s largest elephant population, who roam freely in herds of up to 400.
In the north, spread along the banks of the Chobe River, the Chobe National Park offers some of the best elephant sighting opportunities in Africa, which inhabit this vast park in large herds. The Park is also home to lions, antelope, hippos, and migrating zebras, as well as a large array of birds.
A visit to the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans in north-eastern Botswana is also highly recommended; as one of the largest salt flats in the world, Makgadikgadi is a haven for birds and offers mind-bending optical illusions which make for excellent photographs.
A country of varied wildlife, dramatic scenery and untamed parks, Botswana offers some of the finest escapes in Africa.
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