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Much like Zambia, Botswana is a landlocked country, of which 84% is covered by the Kalahari Desert. And yet it is regarded as one of the greatest safari destinations. Huge private reserves and untouched wilderness lend to levels of exclusivity and privacy which some more commercial destinations lack. 


Why visit Botswana? 


Chobe National Park has four very different ecosystems. Supported by the Chobe River there is a wealth of wildlife and changing vegetation. 


From the river to the marsh, savannah to woodland, the land supports a myriad of plant and animal species. 


  • Some of the finest camps in Africa. 

  • The Chobe riverfront is famous for its big game. During the dry months, hundreds of Elephants and Buffalo converge here to drink, bathe and play. 

  • Chobe National Park boasts a population of around 80,000 Kalahari Elephants, considered one of the highest concentrations in Africa. 

  • The Lion Prides are unusually large. 

  • There are over 460 bird species. 


As one of the most stable countries in the region, Botswana is a shining example of African economic and political success. 


  • Spoken language is commonly English, taught in schools and used in urban and tourist locations. The national language is Setswana. 

  • Chobe National Park is very accessible in Safari terms with relatively good infrastructure from Kasane 

  • Around 38% of the country is dedicated to national parks, reserves and wildlife conservation. 


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