Over 70% of Botswana consists of the Kalahari desert, largely defining the wildlife and landscape of the country. The desert is semi-arid, covered with vast stretches of grasslands. Migratory birds of many species call these areas home for parts of the year, as do large animals such as elephants, giraffes, and predators such as lions, cheetahs, leopards, and hyenas.Browse Sample Trips
The Okavango Delta is one of the world's largest inland deltas and is situated in the middle of the largest stretch of continuous sand in the world - the Kalahari basin. This oasis in the middle of the desert is a rich yet fragile ecosystem, providing a life source for an incredible variety of wildlife. A wealth of species have adapted to the contrasting conditions created by living in the harsh Kalahari desert which is transformed annually with the arrival of the delta flood waters originating in Angola.Browse Sample Trips
Chobe National Park is located in northern Botswana and is unique to other reserves in Africa because it has one of the highest concentrations of game of any park on the continent. The park is renowned for its large elephant population, estimated at 50,000, which is thought to be the highest concentration of the animals in Africa.Browse Sample Trips
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