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A land of stability, peace and prosperity, Botswana is a role model for other African countries. Since independence in 1966 and the discovery of diamonds in 1967, Botswana's economy has grown from strength to strength attracting both investors and tourists. Today it is estimated that Botswana is the largest diamond producer in the world.

The government's tourism policies encourage community, ecological and low-volume, high-cost tourism. This sensible approach ensures the protection of the fragile environment and its resources, improves the lives of its local people and ensures Botswana remains an exclusive and unspoilt safari destination.

Those privileged to visit it, will find diverse terrain offering great photographic opportunities including the wild waterlands of the Okavango Delta, white salt pans where ancient lakes have long since dried, vast grasslands and the endless Kalahari Desert with its orange sand and low vegetation. Read more

Highlights

Botswana offers the visitor more then just wildlife! Some of the most spectacular ones are listed below. All of these can be combined into your itinerary.

Okavango Delta

The biggest inland delta in the world, covering over 17,000 km² in a labyrinth of lagoons, lakes and hidden channels that meander through the Kalahari sands; lush, indigenous forests and fertile floodplains, which host a wide variety of game and more than 400 species of birds.

Moremi Game Reserve

99km north-east of Maun; often described as one of the most beautiful wildlife reserves in Africa; combines mopane woodland and acacia forests, floodplains and lagoons; this game-rich reserve contains within its boundaries approx. 20% of the Okavango Delta; game viewing is at its peak July to October.

Tsodilo Hills

Richest rock art site in southern Africa with over 4,000 catalogued paintings; sacred site of Stone Age San people, making the area alive with legends; one of the most historically significant rock art sites in the world charting at least 100,000 years of human habitation; far removed and different in style from other rock art sites; 4x4 only.

Chobe National Park

One of the greatest concentrations of game found on the African continent makes for an unforgettable safari experience; 4 distinct ecosystems incl. Serondela plains; Savuti Marsh, Linyati Swamps and hot, dry hinterland in between; major feature is the large elephant populations; 4x4 only; camping grounds available.

Makgadikgadi Pans National Park & Nxai Pan National Park

Between Maun and Nata, these sister parks form one vast area covering 7,500 km²; the flat, salt-baked bed of a once massive super-lake that turns into a colourful spectacle in rainy season (mid-Nov to Apr/May) when hundreds of thousands of waterbirds flock to the area; 4x4 only; apart from pans, see Baines Baobabs.

Central Kalahari Game Reserve Second largest game reserve in the world, covering 52,800 km²; sand dunes to flat bushveld offering game viewing, which is best December to April; camping at Deception Valley and other sites.