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Okavango
OKAVANGO DELTA

North - Western of Botswana
The Okavango Delta is one of the largest inland deltas in the world, and floods annually from water flowing all the way from Angola creating an environment rich in plant, animal and bird life. Take a traditional mokoro trip in a dugout canoe along the waterways and channels of the Okavango Delta wetland and get right up close to the animals and incredible birdlife.
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pan
MAKGALAGADI PAN

Central Botswana
Makgadikgadi is one of the most unique wilderness areas imaginable, and is almost the antithesis of the delta. Sprawling beyond the horizon in almost every direction, this otherworldly lunar landscape attracts substantial migratory herds in the rainy season. Vegetation is otherwise sparse and arid. Safari experiences in this area are typically desert-style.
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Nxai
NXAI PAN

Botswana
Thousands of years ago, Nxai formed part of the same lake system as the Makgadikgadi Pans. Though significantly smaller, Nxai boasts a more permanent wildlife population. During the rainy season, substantial numbers of wildebeest, zebra, gemsbok, springbok and eland converge on the area, and game watching can be exceptionally rewarding.
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Chobe park
CHOBE NATIONAL PARK

North - Eastern of Botswana
The Chobe National Park is named for the prolific river that runs through it – a grand source of life for the myriad species who inhabit this corner of north-eastern Botswana. Chobe is renowned for its remarkable concentration of elephants and, in addition to a vast collection of plains game, visitors may also encounter lion, leopard and cheetah.
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Kalahari
THE KALAHARI

Central part of Botswana
Covering around 80% of Botswana. Founded to conserve the endangered human culture of the indigenous San people of the area, the Central Kalahari Game Reserve is incredibly important to Botswana’s national identity. This desert environment is the San’s natural habitat and your visit and interaction with these unique people will be something very special. Seemingly untouched by the modern world, the Central Kalahari offers fantastic seasonal game viewing and the opportunity to witness firsthand its rich diversity of animal inhabitants who have miraculously adapted to the trying conditions.
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