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Botswana
Botswana is a country of two parts: the lush Okavango Delta and the arid Kalahari Desert. These two unique ecosystems are sparsely populated by man, and as a consequence wildlife thrives. The elephant herds are the largest in Africa, and Rhinos Without Borders are successfully relocating vulnerable rhino here.
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Africa's Most Exclusive Safari
Nothing destroys the peace of a destination - or its environment - like big crowds of tourists. From the very beginning, Botswana has deliberately pursued a low volume, high value safari model, so you can enjoy the most exclusive of African safaris, far from the madding crowds.
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Elephants of the Linyanti
Botswana is the elephant capital of Africa: more than 100,000 live in the northern part of the country alone. In the dry season they lumber in family groups to the permanent water sources in the floodplains along the Linyanti fault line.
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Predator capital of Africa
Chief’s Island is a finger of land pointing out into the waters of the Okavango Delta. Formerly a royal hunting ground, the island has long been protected. When the flood waters rise in the wet season, it’s here that the big cats and other large game retreat.
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Kalahari Lions, Meerkats and Quad Biking
Kalahari means “the great thirst”, and indeed it’s hard to believe that the arid red sands of the Kalahari Desert actually border the Okavango Delta. In spite of the shortage of water, the Kalahari is teeming with life, and it’s a varied playground for active travellers.
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Plains, Deltas & Deserts
Botswana is defined by the seasons, the ebb and flow of the Okavango Delta, which carries life giving water from the Angolan Highlands into the Kalahari. The landscapes are magnificent in their scale and diversity, and in the abundance of wildlife they support.