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How can one of the planet’s premier safari destinations be so off-the-beaten-track in the public consciousness? This is a common sentiment from travellers who have completed a journey to this nation rich in big game wildlife. A country that has avoided much of the social and economic strife of many other African countries, Botswana quietly and peacefully offers unforgettable experiences to its visitors. The largest elephants in the world are found in Chobe National Park, in addition to other iconic star players such as lions and giraffes. Also impressive in the realm of big mammals is the Okavango Delta’s floodwater-invaded a plain. Here, mammal viewing can be enjoyed by dugout canoe – a truly once-in-a-lifetime experience. In the west and south lies the Kalahari Desert with its stunning views. Botswana has so much to offer that Africa’s best-kept secret is unlikely to remain so for very long.
  • Botswana is the largest diamond producer in the world
  • Baobab trees can be over 4000 years old
  • The Gods Must Be Crazy was largely filmed here
  • Botswana is Africa’s longest surviving democracy
  • Don't forget to try the Mopane worms! They're a delicacy here and can be served boiled, cooked over hot ashes or dried and fried
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Signature Moments
  • Travelling by mokoro to reach our Okavango Delta lodge
  • Spotting the bull elephant in Chobe National Park
  • Watching crocodiles sunning themselves by the water

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