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Botswana is known as the place of elephants. Blessed with some of the greatest wildlife spectacles on earth, Botswana is the sort of place where your average safari feels like stepping into a documentary by National Geographic. Exceptional wildlife, stunning landscapes and home to the San Tribe, one of the most intriguing people in this world and Southern Africa’s earliest inhabitants, it is an extraordinary place and a photographer’s paradise.  Botswana is not the cheapest safari destination. Its wildlife conservation strategy has always been based on attracting the high-rolling, low-impact end of the tourist trade – hence the accent on private reserves and top-dollar camps. It is the leader in low-impact, upmarket tourism. This eco-friendly approach promotes a true wilderness experience in this unspoiled country. However there are more budget friendly options available as well. 


The Okavango Delta is a magnificent and untouched freshwater wetland that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Botswana. It is home to numerous wildlife species such as elephants, lions, hippos, and antelopes. You can go on an Okavango Delta safari, which includes guided game drives, bush walks, and mokoro (canoe) and boat trips. The best time to visit is during the dry season when the water is at its highest. The floods that occur are not dangerous and benefit the wildlife. A unique experience to try is riding a mokoro, gliding through a pristine wilderness of reed beds and water lilies while surrounded by fascinating creatures.

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Chobe National Park in northern Botswana is the country's first and most diverse national park. Famous for its elephants, diverse habitats, and birdlife, Chobe offers unique game viewing experiences by boat on the beautiful Chobe River. The afternoon is the best time to see animals coming to the water to drink, including big herds of elephant and buffalo, giraffe, and antelope. You can also spot hippos, crocodiles, and water birds, and even catch a glimpse of a kingfisher catching fish. Boat trips offer a new perspective and allow for a closer view of the wildlife.

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Kasane itself is not a particularly impressive place, but what falls within the immediate vicinity is. It is located approximately 15 km from the only international quadripoint on Earth, a place where the 4 nations of Zimbabwe, Zambia, Namibia and Botswana converge at the confluence of the mighty Zambezi and Chobe rivers.  It's an area of great natural beauty, with easy access to some of the most important tourist attractions in Southern Africa. The town acts as the 'Gateway to the Chobe National Park', and as a crossroad for anyone heading to the Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe or Zambia. The area is well known for offering some of the best safari getaways while it also has a range of comfortable places to stay.

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Moremi Game Reserve in Botswana covers around 3000 square kilometers of the Okavango Delta and is a prime location for safari enthusiasts. The reserve's landscape includes grasslands, forests, wetlands, and floodplains, attracting vast numbers of wild animals. Tens of thousands of animals come to the water for refreshment in the dry season. Moremi is home to the most endangered large mammals, such as cheetahs, white and black rhinoceroses, African wild dogs, and lions. The ecosystem, with over 500 bird and 1000 plant species, is amongst the richest in Africa and well-protected. The reserve has easy access, well-maintained trails, and superb accommodation for all visitors.

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Makgadikgadi and Nxai Pans, part of the Kalahari Desert in southern Africa, extend beyond the Delta's waters. Makgadikgadi Pans Game Reserve, one of the world's largest salt flats, transforms into stunning grass-plains during the rainy season. It's a route for Southern Africa's largest remaining migration, with over 40,000 plain zebras seeking greener grazing spots. Kubu Island, a dry granite rock island with ancient Baobab trees and Stone Age artifacts, adds to the area's rugged, enigmatic beauty. This challenging, yet magical destination is 50 km from the nearest town.

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The largest game reserve in Southern Africa, the Central Kalahari Game Reserve, offers a chance to escape crowds of safari vehicles and disappear into the Kalahari's vast ancient river valleys and see black-maned lions. Originally established to serve as a sanctuary for the San people, the reserve remained closed to the outside public for about 30 years. While more accessible now, only a handful of visitors come here each year. The reserve's ecosystems, wildlife, and landscapes differ significantly from the Okavango regions, with more prolific species such as brown hyenas, aardwolves, oryx, bat-eared foxes, and ostriches. A guided safari or guided self-drive safari is highly recommended due to the region's remoteness and the need for planning and knowledge. A sense of adventure is also essential to fully enjoy the complete isolation and total self-reliance that makes this trip unforgettable.

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