Okawango Delta, Moremi and Khwai

Can a river have a delta without flowing into the Ocean? Yes, it can be possible if the river is Okawango, in Botswana. And if this river meets another one, river Khwai, crossing a beautiful protected area as Moremi Reserve you will have the best safari in the world. The landscape changes quickly from one [...]
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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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The town of Maun

When you come to Botswanafor a safari holiday, you will certainly have your hotel, or tour operator, or safari starting point in Maun. This small town - 60.000 inhabitants - set in the north of the nation is the "capital of tourism" because it is the heart of the most beautiful natural parks. Starting from [...]
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Gaborone

Botswana's capital city, Gaborone rises in a very quiet region. It had always been so. In the past, it used to be the land of wandering shepherds who took their herds along the shores of river Notwane. In the point where this river met river Seshane ruled the Tlokwa tribe, which was famous for the [...]
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