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Botswana is the Gem of Africa and situated in Southern Africa, nestled between Namibia, Zambia, Zimbabwe and South Africa. Botswana hosts the world’s biggest inland river delta, the Okavango, which flows into the vast Kalahari Desert. The natural beauty of Botswana is found in its land formations, its wilderness, and wildlife and its cultural diversity. Botswana prides itself of low volumes and high returns. Botswana is renowned for understatedly stylish accommodation. Safari attractions in Botswana are the Okavango Delta, Moremi Game Reserve, Chobe National Park, and Kalahari Desert. The San Bushmen, the original inhabitants of this rugged country, still lead a Stone Age existence in isolated communities.

Botswana has a subtropical climate with hot, humid, wet summers (October to April) and warm to cool, dry winters (May to September).  The best time to visit Botswana is during the winter months as the days are generally pleasant and the wildlife never wanders far from water sources.  Game viewing is excellent year round.  High season is from July – October.

Botswana is Africa at its very best - untamed, vast expanses of pristine wilderness, teeming with wildlife, alive with expectancy and an ultimate safari destination.  Explore the fascinating deserts, wetlands, savannahs, the delta and wildlife-packed game reserves of one of the wildest regions in Africa. Exhilarating game drives, night drives and walking safaris enable you to see magnificent African wildlife at close, yet safe range. You can also enjoy a mokoro ride in a dug-out canoe or walk with Bushmen, horse ride or wade through the delta on the back of an elephant. Botswana is the perfect destination for a romantic honeymoon safari.

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Botswana Climate

Botswana has a subtropical climate with hot, humid, wet summers (October to April) and warm to cool, dry winters (May to September).  The best time to visit Botswana is during the winter months as the days are generally pleasant and the wildlife never wanders far from water sources.  Game viewing is excellent year round.  High season is from July – October

Botswana Population

Botswana’s population is 1.7 million and the official language is English and the national language is Setswana. 

Botswana Conservation & Ecotourism

Botswana offer travellers truly amazing and diverse experiences in pristine environments. It provides sustenance to a rich profusion of wildlife, and it is still in its natural state - unspoiled and unpolluted. It attracts thousands of tourists throughout the year from all over the world. Botswana is Africa at its very best - untamed, vast expanses of pristine wilderness, teeming with wildlife, alive with expectancy and an ultimate safari destination.  Explore the fascinating deserts, wetlands, savannahs, the delta and wildlife-packed game reserves of one of the wildest regions in Africa. Exhilarating game drives, night drives and walking safaris enable you to see magnificent African wildlife at close, yet safe range. You can also enjoy a mekoro ride in a dug-out canoe or walk with Bushmen, horse ride or wade through the delta on the back of an elephant.

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