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A Botswana safari is a truly pure safari experience, it is a land with an abundance of diverse wildlife which still roams free and most safari parks are unfenced and untouched by modern civilisation. Although Botswana is not quite as renowned as Kenya or South Africa, it's a tourist destination that gently whispers rather than shouting, Botswana appeals to the astute traveller rather than the masses, with the land being mainly road less and unspoiled by man. Botswana is a huge success story for Africa, the country enjoys a very high standard of living and economic stability, education and health care which is unrivalled elsewhere in Africa. Botswana is land locked and is situated between South Africa, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Namibia. With being the same size as France, there is so much of this diverse country to see and explore. 35% of the country has designated areas of protected areas for animals, making their plenty of opportunity to black rhinos, leopards and hippos. There are numerous ways to travel around Botswana on your luxury safari, but the best way to see one of the world's most unspoilt destinations would be via light aircraft. You'll be able to take in the whole landscape as you travel around the camp sites in Botswana arriving at your luxury accommodation. For the intrepid adventurer a Botswana safari promises an awe inspiring array of geography to witness the African wildlife that Botswana has to offer, having the world's largest national park (The Kalahari) and the largest in land delta (The Okavango). A safari park which gets largely overlooked Chobe National Park, is one of Africa's most densely populated safari parks, with an abundance of wildlife including some of the worlds rarest and birds and wildlife such as the big five. The river which runs through the Chobe National Park provides so much life to the area, embarking on a boat safari will allow you to witness the African wildlife bathing and drinking from the river. Botswana is home to one of the world's largest deserts (The Kalahari desert), spreading approximately 85% across the countries territories, this desert is not quite what you would expect from a desert. Like the country as a whole, the Botswana desert is a very rich place, with lots of vegetation and grass lands, this is because of the rainy season between November and April. Unlike other deserts, the Kalahari Desert supports an unbelievable number of species. To accommodate the intrepid adventurers to Botswana the accommodation that you will come across will be beautifully crafted and expertly well managed safari lodges and cam sites, who can cater for your every need. With being so close to Zambia, why not make your trip a twin city holiday and take a trip over to Victoria Falls, being much larger than Niagara Falls and one of the 7 wonders of the world. To book your safari to Africa, choose Mahlatini. All of our staff have either lived or travelled extensively throughout Southern and Eastern Africa. So we bring firsthand knowledge of the locations you will visit and the accommodation that you will stay in. Whether it's your first or your tenth African safari, Mahlatini will ensure every aspect of your holiday meets you specific requirements and expectations. Related Articles - Botswana safari, safari park, safari to Africa, Email this Article to a Friend! Receive Articles like this one direct to your email box!Subscribe for free today!
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