Botswana is a land-locked country located in Southern Africa and bordering on Namibia, South Africa, Zimbabwe and Zambia.Botswana is famous for its wildlife, areas like the Chobe National Park, Moremi National Park in the Okavango Delta and the Central Kalahari Game Reserve have a very high concentration of game. Wildlife parks comprise nearly one-fifth of the country. In these parks, you will find lions, cheetahs, crocodiles, hippos, elephants, antelope, wild dogs, and hundreds of species of birds.Botswana is one of the great safari destinations in Africa. The country also has a rich diamond industry and is known for its welcoming but proper-mannered locals.Botswana map is shown below.
Botswana is one of the great safari destinations in Africa Blessed with some of the greatest wildlife spectacles on earth.You may encounter one of the two different tribal communities when you visit Botswana. The Tswana who live in the eastern regions and the Bayei or River Bushmen, who live in the north and central zones famous for their dug-out, mokoro canoes.Autumn and winter from April through September are the prime times for taking safaris in Botswana.
Most of the native tribes in Botswana only dress in traditional outfits and perform rituals for tourists. Nevertheless, for the culture-cravers, the villages of D’Kar and Xai-Xai have many offerings, including arts, crafts, and the opportunity to participate in various rituals. Tsodilo Hills contain one of the largest collections of rock art on the continent.Here is Botswana map.
Experiencing wild Africa at your own pace, travelling from one campsite to the next, where you may lie awake at night listening to lions roar their bone-trembling roar, or hippos, elephants, or the chilling saw-like grunt of a leopard. Build a campfire, gaze at the stars and feel at one with this gloriously beautiful country.
- OKAVANGO DELTA
- KALAHARI RESERVE
- CHOBE NATIONAL PARK
- KGALAGADI PARK
- NORTHERN RESERVE
- KHAMA SANCTUARY
- TSODILO HILLS
The official languages of Botswana are English and Tswana. Kalanga is spoken near the Zimbabwe border areas similar to Shona.
The language of business in Botswana is English and most people in urban areas speak it, although in the more rural areas many people do not speak English, particularly the older generations. The primary indigenous tongue is Tswana, and is the first language of the overwhelming majority of the population. It is not difficult to learn basic greetings and such, and using these in conversation will make people very happy.
- Exploring the Okavango Delta
- Visiting the Khama Rhino Sanctuary
- Flying over the Kalahari Desert
- See the elephants at Chobe National Park or Mashatu Game Reserve
- Taste popular cuisine braai.
- Guided bushwalks
- Horse riding
- Boat trips
“TRAVEL IS ONLY THING YOU BUY, THAT’S MAKE YOU RICHER.”