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What to Bring, What to Know: Travel Tips for Botswana


Safari to the Okavango

Every July the Okavango River snakes its way south over more than 600 miles of African landscape. Exotic travel seekers will thrill to see it overflow its banks and saturate the soil of Botswana, creating pools, channels and lagoons that draw myriad birds and animals to the lush oasis. Some of the world’s most endangered species will make their way to this flooded delta: cheetahs, white rhinos, lions and African wild dogs. Here are some travel tips on what you’ll need to bring along for your journey to this raw and exotic destination:

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Topics: Botswana

Discovering Botswana’s Treasures


The River That Never Meets the Sea

Every winter, which happens to come in July in Botswana, the Okavango River snakes its way south from Angola some 600-plus miles through the heart of Africa. Pregnant with the waters of the rainy season, it makes its way across the desert until it overflows its banks and saturates the landscape. The river finds its end in a bowl of land known as the Okavango Delta, where swollen waters create pools, channels and lagoons out of the thirsty Kalahari Basin.

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Topics: Botswana