Makgadikgadi Pans National Park

Once upon a time ... there was a great lake. It was called Makgadikgadi Lake and its water retained the mineral salts of the rocks of its bed. Also the water carried by rains and rivers brought a certain amount of rocks' salt. When, about 10,000 years ago, the sudden rising temperature turned those plains [...]
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Nxai Pan National Park

Inside of the Makgadikgadi National Park there are salt pans of rare beauty. Two of them are the largest, and very important ones. But there are many others around which deserve tourist attention. Nxai Pan is one of them. It is so beautiful and special that the government founded a National Park only to protect [...]
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Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park

It was year 2000 when Botswana and South Africa decided to create the first "transfrontier natural park" in Africa. They unified two national parks already existing, Botswana's Gemsbok and Southafrican Kalahari Gemsbok. Later on, also Namibia was included in the project, so the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park became a tri-state tourist attraction. Stretching over 3,600,000 ha, [...]
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Chobe National Park

Chobe was the first national park ever founded in Botswana, and the third largest. The magic of this green place, set far north of the nation, is the population of lions and elephants which is the main attraction for tourists. A safari at Chobe means to admire incredible hunting scenes, with lions chasing small elephants, [...]
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Nyungwe Forest National Park

If you come to this part of Africa looking for  something special you must visit Nyungwe Forest National Park. The forest it preserves is maybe the best example of mountain rain forest still existing in the world, and Rwanda has the privilege of having a large part of it in its state territory. Surrounded by [...]
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