Moremi Game Reserve

It is the first reserve in Africa that was established by local residents. Concerned about the rapid depletion of wildlife in their ancestral lands the Batawana people of Ngamiland took the bold initiative to proclaim Moremi a game reserve in 1963. It is the only officially protected area of the Okavango Delta, and as such […]

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Linyanti, Selinda, Kwando

At the extreme northern reaches of Botswana, the caprivi just on the other side, lie three of the most splendid, wild and secluded destinations the country has to offer. Sandwiched between the Chobe National Park to the east and the Okavango south, the extensive Kwando, Selinda and Linyanti concessions offer superb wildlife viewing and terrain […]

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Chobe National Park

Well-known for its large numbers of herbivores especially elephants, Chobe National Park is the most popular Park in Southern Africa (besides Kruger-National Park in South Africa). The destinations for Safaris in Chobe are Savuti National Park and Chobe Riverfront. While Chobe Riverfront is the most touristic area of Botswanas National Parks with high numbers of […]

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Tsodilo Hills

Rising abruptly, and dramatically, from the Kalahari scrub bush – the rock face turning a copper colour in the dying sun – the magnetic power of Tsodilo Hills both captivates and mystifies. There is an undeniable spiritualism about the Hills that immediately strikes the visitor. Indeed for the people who live at the Hills – […]

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Central Kalahari Game Reserve

The immediate impression of unending space and having the entire reserve to yourself, is the appeal of the Kalahari Desert. Nothing prepares you for the immensity of this reserve, nor its wild, mysterious beauty. Waist-high golden grasses seem to stretch interminably, punctuated by dwarfed trees and scrub bushes. Wide and empty pans appear as vast […]

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Okavango Delta

A journey to the Okavango Delta – deep into Africa’s untouched interior – is like no other. Moving from wetland to dryland – traversing the meandering palm and papyrus fringed waterways, passing palm-fringed islands, and thick woodland, resplendent with lush vegetation, and rich in wildlife – reveals the many facets of this unique ecosystem, the […]

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Makgadikgadi Pans National Park

Its stark, flat, featureless terrain stretches to eternity, meeting and fusing with a milky-blue horizon. This is the Makgadikgadi an area of 12 000 sq kms, part of the Kalahari Basin, yet unique to it : one of the largest salt pans in the world. For much of the year, most of this desolate area […]

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Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park

History was made when Botswana and a newly liberated, democratic South Africa signed in 1999 a treaty to form the first transfrontier peace park in Africa. Plans to formalise the joint management and development of South Africa’s Kalahari Gemsbok National Park and Botswana’s Gemsbok National Park were proposed as early as 1989, but no such […]

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Khutse Game Reserve

The 240 kms drive takes the traveller through a number of interesting Kalahari villages, including the ‘Gateway to the Kalahari,’ Molepolole. Adjoining the Central Kalahari Game Reserve to the north, and with no fences separating the two, the terrain of the 2 500 sq kms reserve combines most types of Kalahari habitat – rolling grasslands, […]

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North Tuli Game Reserve

Straddling the Shashe, Motloutse and Limpopo Rivers, which serve as natural boundaries with Zimbabwe and South Africa, the Northern Tuli Game Reserve (NTGR) comprises 71,000 hectares of remarkably diverse habitat, including mophane bushland, riverine woodland, and marshland, punctuated by towering sandstone cliffs, basalt formations and unusually shaped kopjes – making for truly breathtaking scenery.

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