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Botswana | Top Recommendations



Botswana is a beautiful, and safe country to visit. It is probably one of the best safari destination in all of Africa where you can see a lots of wildlife, including cheetahs, zebras, giraffes and elephants. You can also find the famous Baines Baobabs trees.

Botswana has four National Parks, six Game Reserves and many other parks. The National Parks including Chobe, Gemsbok, Makgadikgadi Pans and the Nxai Pan. The biggest National Park and my favorite one is Chobe National Park, which is home to Africa's greatest elephant population. Definitely worthy of your visit is the unique Okavango Delta, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The easiest way to visit the Okavango Delta is by charter plane from Maun Airport (MUB). Chobe offers land-based safari lodges, while the rest of the Okavango Delta offers a water-based accommodation.

My Top 11 Highlights:

  1. Going on Safari in Chobe National Park

  2. Relaxing on a boat cruise on Chobe River

  3. Taking a canoe ride through the Okavango Delta

  4. Seeing Okavango Delta from the air on a scenic flight

  5. Experiencing the Annual summer zebra and antelope migration across Makgadikgadi and Savute - two of Africa's largest migrations

  6. Enjoying horse riding safari in Makgadikgadi Pans or Northern Tuli Game Reserve

  7. Going on Safari in the Khwai Concession

  8. Going on Safari in Moremi Game Reserve

  9. Exploring Central Kalahari Game Reserve

  10. Visiting Ancient Rock Art at the Tsodilo Hills

  11. Taking pictures of Baobabs tree in Nxai Pan National Park



Chobe National Park



Chobe National Park


Chobe National Park
Chobe National Park

Chobe River
Chobe River

Boat cruise on Chobe River
Boat cruise on Chobe River

Relaxing on a boat cruise on Chobe River
Relaxing on a boat cruise on Chobe River

Chobe National Park


Canoe ride through the Okavango Delta
Canoe ride through the Okavango Delta

Okavango Delta
Okavango Delta

Chobe National Park

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