Botswana is a landlocked country in Africa that is abundant in Wildlife. It also has distinct landscapes that include largest salt pans in the world and brilliant red sand dunes. Botswana is rich in flora in fauna with its extensive open savannahs that have migrating mammals hunted by their predators. It is a lesser known tourist destination that has a vast natural safari experience to offer.
The world’s largest inland delta, the Okavango Delta is invariably one of the most stunning places in Africa. Situated in the center of the Kalahari Desert, it is an oasis of lush green vegetation, wildlife, and islands. Travelers will love to march on a safari tour and enjoy the wildlife in a safe conventional canoe and overnight camp stay, as quoted by the Global grasshopper.
The Kalahari Desert has large sand masses resulting from the erosion of soft stone formations. It is a part of the large basin of sand that extends from Orange River up to Angola. The fantastic and unearthly beauty of the terracotta dunes has been shaped by the wind. Tourists will also take delight in one of the largest game reserves, the Central Kalahari Game Reserve.
The largest salt pans in the world, the Makgadikgadi pans are another place with unearthly beauty. It is the remains of a huge lake that dried up thousands of years ago. The flat and arid salt-encrusted pans are lined by a skyline that appears eternal. Good options for the adventurous tourists include camping safari to spot the resident zebra.
Nxai Pan National Park:
It is one of the Makgadikgadi Pan salt flats that are featured with famous Baines baobab trees, vast salt panes, and sand dunes. Nxai Pan National Park is a beautiful place that offers wonderful chances to view wildlife and birds. As it is open all round the year it is easy to unite it with the visit to the close by Chobe and Okavango Delta.
Linyanti Wildlife Reserve:
The adventurous nature lovers who love a walkathon will find Linyanti Wildlife Reserve to be most appealing. It is spread across an area of 308, 000 acres and is a calm private reserve that is situated in the northeast region of Botswana. It is renowned for the abundant Lions and elephants and is fed by the Kwando River that ensures that there is no dearth of wildlife viewing.
Kubu Island was described by top gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson that it was the most amazing place he had ever visited. It is remarkably one of the most beautiful places to visit in Botswana. It is engulfed by the White Sea of salt in the Makgadikgadi Pan and is a dry granite rock island.