Botswana is flawless in its imperfections; known for countless thorny trees, a largely flat and dry land, home to enormous salt pans, expansive grasslands. One cannot describe Botswana without the contrasting Kalahari Desert and the Okavango Delta – a globally important wetland. This is home to the largest herd of roaming elephants in the world, estimated at over 40 000 or more at Chobe National Park. The largest population of African wild dog is also found in these shores. Botswana is undoubtedly a haven for wildlife throughout the year, whether it is the big five or fantastic bird-watching you yearn for.
Linyanti Swamp is known as the most attractive part of Chobe National Park, sandwiched at the northern corner of Savuti. The swamps carry the same magnificent natural history as the Okavango – picturesque channels, lagoons, papyrus stands and reedbeds.
Numerous bird species, herds of Zebras are attracted to this area, a dream for keen wildlife photographers!
Moremi is said to be one of the most beautiful wildlife reserves in Africa, with a great diversity of plant and animal life – a must see for any Botswana expedition. Moremi forms 20% of the Okavango Delta and contains a vast range of habitats from acacia forest, floodplains, reed beds, lagoons, and dry savanna woodland. Its beauty is captivating, the wildlife is spectacular – to have journeyed to Moremi game reserve is known to be a privileged unparalleled wildlife experience. You will spot some of the most endangered species like black Rhino, African Wild Dog, Cheetah, hundreds of bird-species.