Botswana: Places to Explore

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  • The Central Kalahari Game Reserve

    One of the biggest conservation areas in the world, this huge area has its own unique beauty that's only enhanced by its vastness, emptiness, grandeur, and desolation. You won't see the prolific...

  • Chobe National Park

  • Kwando Reserve

  • Linyanti Reserve

    The Linyanti Reserve, which borders Chobe National Park, is one of the huge concession areas leased to different companies by the Department of Wildlife and National Parks and the Tawana Land...

  • The Makgadikgadi Pans

    These immense salt pans in the eastern Kalahari—once the bed of an African superlake—provide some of Botswana's most dramatic scenery. Two of these pans, Ntetwe and Sowa, the largest of their...

  • Mashatu Game Reserve

    Mashatu offers a genuine wilderness experience on 90,000 acres that seem to stretch to infinity on all sides. There are wall-to-wall elephants—breeding herds often with tiny babies in tow—as...

  • Maun

    The little town of Maun serves as the gateway to the Okavango Delta and the Moremi Game Reserve. And, despite the city's rapid development in the last decade, it has kept the feel of a pioneer...

  • Moremi Wildlife Reserve

    Prolific wildlife and an astonishing variety of bird life characterize this reserve, which has become well known because it's the first in Southern Africa to be proclaimed by the local people (the...

  • The Okavango Delta

    There's no place on earth like the Okavango. The world's largest inland delta, the Okavango was formed by the Okavango River, which floods down from the Angolan highlands once a year and fans out...

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