Botswana, in southern Africa, is a pure live documentary without screens in between. A territory capable of nourishing the visitor with fantastic safaris through a succession of untamed landscapes.
Discover everything it has to offer you in this 5 must-sees:
The Delta is pristine wilderness with terrain ranging from dry grasslands to swamps. Safaris and game viewing are the most popular activities in the park and possible animals to be spotted include cheetahs, zebras, giraffes, elephants, crocodiles and rhinos to name just a few.
Called “Moremi Game Reserve” since its creation in 1963, this valuable natural enclave is fortunately now not used for some to vent their repressed violence or their cowardice by shooting with a rifle, but for the conservation of the species that inhabit it. In fact, it is called Moremi Reserve or just plain Moremi.
Chobe National Park
The Chobe National Park, whose size is similar to that of countries such as Lebanon, Gambia or Qatar, is the heart of the best safaris in Botswana.
The Makgadikgadi salt flats
In northwestern Botswana, before the desert reaches the waters of the Okavango Delta, there is a large area where two national parks are located: Makgadikgadi and Nxai Pan. A long time ago there was a lake of more than 16,000 km² , the Makgadikgadi, but it evaporated.