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Botswana, a landlocked country in Southern Africa, has a landscape defined by the Kalahari Desert and the Okavango Delta, which becomes a lush animal habitat during the seasonal floods.

The massive Central Kalahari Game Reserve, with its fossilized river valleys and undulating grasslands, is home to numerous animals including giraffes, cheetahs, hyenas and wild dogs.

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Botswana has a huge advantage over the rest of the world when it comes to attracting tourists: the wildlife. The array of animals that reside in or pass through the country is phenomenal. Ranging from endangered animals such as wild dogs and rhinos to the numerous and thriving bird life that inhabits the area.

The natural landscapes are impressive too from the vast and imposing Kalahari Desert to the sublime serenity of the Okavango Delta. The terrain here can feel vast and empty in some areas or dense and teeming with life in others but it is always a thing of beauty. The landscape is at once recognizable as African and will live up to all of your pre-trip expectations.
1. Okavango Delta
The Okavango Delta is one of the most inspiring and awe-inspiring wilderness locations in Africa, if not the entire planet. The Delta is a truely unspoiled wilderness with terrain ranging from dry grasslands to swamps. Safaris and game watching are the most popular activities in the park and possible animals to be sighted include cheetahs, zebra, giraffes, elephants, crocodiles and rhinos to name only a few. Trips should be properly planned because, although the terrain here is always stunning, the seasons can dramatically effect your chances of seeing certain animals.
2. Moremi Game Reserve
Voted the best game reserve in the African continent in 2008, this park has a lot going for it. It is the first reserve that was solely founded by local residents who were growing ever more concerened about natural and man-made threats to the local enviroment and wildlife. Situated on the east side of the Okavango Delta, the reserve offers some of the most stunning scenery in the country and boasts an equally impressive ecosystem. Many tourists choose to visit the park by self-drive campervan but the park also has a number of great campsites.
Maun is often used by tourists as a stepping stone for the Okavango Delta but it has enough about it to merit a few nights stay. The hotels, restaurants and tourist amenities here are some of the best in the country, largely due to the fact that the city is the main tourist stop in the country. Whilst the town itself does not have much going for it, it still attracts a wide range of people from luxury safari travelers to volounteers. There are some great campsites that are located by the river, providing a great place to stay for a few nights.

4. Gaborone
The city of Gaborone is the largest in Botswana and also its capital. The modern buildings of Gaborone set against the tropical backdrops of this African nation are an unusual sight and despite its size, there are not too many reasons to visit the city. The large residential areas are supplemented by a few decent hotels and restaurants. The modern feel of the city is reinforced by its lack of history but it is certainly paving the way for the countries future and for this reason it is a good place to experience the vibe of 21st Century Botswana.
5.Chobe National Park
This game reserve is the third largest in Botswana but it has one of the largest concentrations of rare game animals in the continent of Africa. The national park takes its name from the Chobe River which, at first glance is guaranteed to take your breathe away. As well as being a beautiful sight, the river supports an ecosystem of rare and exotic creatures including birds, elephants, lions, giraffes, baboons and buffalo. During the winter season it is possible to see a herd of hundreds of elephants at a time; a truely once in a lifetime experience.

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Follow us on our road trip safari through southern Africa's wildlife paradise Botswana. We drove through most of Botswana, including all the wildlife-rich areas like the Moremi Game Reserve, Chobe Nationalpark including the Chobe Riverfront and the Kalahari. We explored the Makgadikgadi salt pans in the center of the country, the Gcwihaba Caverns in the West and the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park in the south. We also shortly ventured into Zimbabwe to marvel upon the majestic Victoria Falls. We were lucky enough to spot most of the big, and many small, animals which call Botswana home. These include elephants, giraffes, lions, hippos, kudus, oryx, ostriches, honey badgers, bat-eared foxes, serval cats, warthogs, springboks, impalas and many more.

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We traveled for 7 weeks through both Namibia and Botswana.

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We started at the end of August and flew back at the beginning of October.

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Around 13000km through both Namibia and Botswana.

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Around 6000-8000 Euro for two people for seven weeks in Namibia and Botswana. Flights (1200 Euro), Car Rental (2500 Euro), Fuel (ca. 1500-2000 Euro), Accommodation (ca. 1200 Euro), Food (no idea, maybe 800-1000 Euro), Border Crossing Permits (ca. 200 Euro), Park Entry Fees (ca. 200 Euro).

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Our vehicle had a long-range fuel tank, which allowed us to carry 140l. We refueled whenever we had the chance.

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Top 10 Best Luxury Safari Lodges & Camps in Botswana: Okavango Delta, Chobe Park, Linyanti, Kalahari

The Luxe Voyager's exclusive curated listing of the Top 15 Best 5 Star Luxury Safari Lodges & Camps in Botswana for your next bucket-list African Safari holiday. Botswana is an iconic safari destination offering both land and water based safaris with dramatic contrasts, from the crystal-clear lagoons and waterways of the renowned Okavango Delta, large elephant herds in Chobe to the sandy vastness of the Kalahari Desert. A favourite way to explore the Okavango Delta is by the traditional mokoro canoe as it glides silently over the floodplains. The most famous national parks & reserves include: Okavango Delta, Moremi, Khwai, Linyanti, Selinda, Chobe, Savute, Kalahari & Makgadikgadi Salt Pan.

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Discover FRANCISTOWN: One of the Most Beautiful Cities of BOTSWANA | 10 INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT IT

Francistown boasts a lot of names including ‘Capital of the North,’ ‘Ghetto,’ ‘Toropo’ (meaning town), or ‘Ftown.’ Everyone has their way of relating with the city and engaging with its rich diverse culture. What is evident is that a convergence of cultures exists with a general Kalanga overtone. It is dubbed the capital of the North as many Kalanga villagers visit it to conduct business.

No one knows why Francistown is called “ghetto”. The Name seems to have come from the streets and caught on. Some note that it signifies a lack of development and informal settlements that rose in the city. Or maybe it signifies the presence of the old mines. What is evident though is most use it as a term of endearment. Ftown denotes Batswana’s love for nicknames. Long names just must be shortened, and formal names need a street twist. It’s how we show our affection.

'Toropo' which is jokingly pronounced with the northern accent, comes from taking a jab at the Kalanga people. It notes how the villagers often travel to town for their business. So, the expression 'to town' and how they pronounce it caught on as a name.
Botswana’s second city is not one to miss when you are in the country. As a gateway between the north and south, it is always welcoming a visitor or two. And who knows, you might fall in love and forget the rest of your journey.

Francistown is a gateway for Botswana to connect to Zimbabwe, Zambia, and DRC. In the past, it acted as a recruitment centre for miners who wanted to work the South African mines. A company called Witwatersrand Native Labour Association was formed for that purpose. Miners were recruited from many African countries like Tanzania, Malawi, and Zambia. They were then transported to South Africa via air or rail. The company’s Barracks housed these miners on their way to or from South Africa. This trade sustained the town after the mines ceased operations. A lot of the miners spent most of their money in the pubs of Francistown.

Traces of this history can be seen in the diversity of people living in Francistown. Some came to Francistown en route to South Africa and never left. Today, many tourists pass through Francistown on their way to explore the Okavango in the north of Botswana. Francistown’s economy still thrives from business brought by passing travellers. Around holidays, Batswana form part of this group as they make their way from the south to the north of the country. Both the main surface route and air route pass through Francistown.

Francistown only got its city status in 1997 when the government of Botswana decided to upgrade it from a town. This classification paved way for more developments. Francistown now boasts an international airport, High court, and sports stadium. As the government began to do more developments in the area, private developments also came along. Two private colleges now run campuses in Francistown.

With the revival of the mines, the economy of the town is bustling again with developments. The city’s road network was uplifted recently with a big interchange right in the heart of the city. A new mall is in the works and businesses are booming again. You can’t miss the growing street market selling anything from grilled fish to wire sculptures.

With the rising unemployment, young Batswana are becoming innovative at taking opportunities for themselves. At the heart of Francistown is the CBD which is always bustling with people and all types of trade. Francistown was built from one street adjacent to the railway line. As you navigate the city, this model is very apparent as every street in the CBD seems to take you to the main street. The city is also one of the few places in Botswana in which you will find one-way streets.

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10. Okavango Delta
Arguably one of the most beautiful places to visit in Africa, the Okavango Delta is actually the world’s largest inland delta. It’s an oasis of islands, wildlife and lush green vegetation located in the middle of the dry unforgiving Kalahari Desert. Make sure you go on a unique a safari tour and spot wildlife from the safety of a traditional canoe (a mokoro) and then camp overnight. See Sanctuary Retreats for more details.

09. Kalahari Desert
Part of the huge sand basin that reaches from the Orange River up to Angola, this is where vast expanses of sand masses were created by the erosion of soft stone formations. The terracotta dunes have been shaped by wind and have a surreal, other-worldly beauty. Also visit for the Central Kalahari Game Reserve, one of the world’s largest game reserves. It’s not as accessible as the other parks but its remote location ensures it’s far less touristy.

08. Makgadikgadi Pans
Another place with an unearthly beauty is the Makgadikgadi pans, the largest salt pans in the world. Located in the middle of the dry savanna of northeastern Botswana, it’s the remains a huge lake which dried up thousands of years ago. The salt-encrusted pans are flat and arid and come complete with a skyline which appears to go on forever. Camping safaris to spot the resident zebra, wildebeest their predators are a good option for more adventurous travellers.

07. Nxai Pan National Park
Nearby this national park consists of Nxai Pan, which is one of the Makgadikgadi Pan salt flats. Characterised by sand dunes, vast salt pans, the famous Baines baobab trees it’s a beautiful place which of course offers excellent opportunities to see bird and wildlife. Open all-year round, it’s located in northeastern Botswana so it’s easy to combine a visit with the nearby Okavango Delta and the Chobe.

06. Linyanti Wildlife Reserve
One of the most exclusive safari areas in Africa, this place caters to the well-heeled adventurous traveller. The peaceful private reserve covers some 308,000 acres and can be found in the North East of the country. The area is fed by the Kwando River ensuring plenty of wildlife spotting opportunities – it’s renowned for its many Lion prides and also being home to one of Botswana’s largest Elephant populations.

05. Kgalagadi Transfrontier National Park
This is a sprawling conversation area which covers over 3.6 million hectares and is known for its red sand dunes and dry riverbeds. It straddles the border between South Africa and Botswana and is an excellent place for wildlife watching. Expect to see predators such as cheetahs, lions, leopards and hyenas, migratory herds of springbok and wildebeest and over 200 species of birds (including vultures and eagles).

04. Kubu Island
Kubu Island is easily one of the most beautiful places to visit in Botswana and was once described by Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson as the most astonishing place he’d ever been! It’s actually a dry granite rock island engulfed by a white sea of salt in the Makgadikgadi Pan. The island is now protected as a national monument, with visit proceeds going towards helping the local community.

03. Moremi Wildlife Reserve
Arguably the most beautiful wildlife sanctuary in Africa, this game reserve lies in the heart of Botswana’s Okavango Delta. Mopane tree canopies dominate the dry landscapes and the rest of the area is a combination of floodplain grasses, riverine woodland and permanent delta. The reserve supports one of the greatest concentrations of wildlife in Africa and includes endangered wild dogs, herds of elephants and the ‘Big Five.’

02. Chobe River
This is an integral part of the Botswana safari experience (which can be combined easily with the Okavango Delta and Kalahari). The Chobe River runs along the northern border of Chobe National Park and a river safari – or cruise – is one of your best options to explore the area. It’s a place abundant with wildlife but try to visit during the dry season (April to October) when when game concentrations are at their highest. Expect hippos, buffalo, cheetahs crocodiles, antelope species and huge herds of elephants.

01. Khama Rhino Sanctuary
Established in 1992, this is a community based wildlife project which was set up to help protect and restore the vanishing rhinoceros. It’s a peaceful spot where sustainable tourism is encouraged – there are even onsite chalet and camping facilities where you can stay overnight. Covering around 8585 hectares, the haven provides protection for both black and white rhino as well as over 30 other animal species and around 230 species of birds.

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Botswana is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Africa. The top 10 places to visit in Botswana include several destinations that allow visitors to experience the incredible African wildlife and scenery that this African country offers. Some of the famous wildlife destinations include the Okavango Delta, the Chobe National Park, the Chobe River, and the Voita catchment area. Some other exciting places to visit in Botswana include the Okavango Delta, the Chobe River, the Voita grassland, and the Okavango Delta.

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