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Botswana Visiting Guides

Botswana Archaeology

Archaeology of the Pans There is evidence of ancient cultures in the region. A profusion of worked flint tools-mostly arrowheads and spearheads can be found lying on the shoreline of the Makgadikgadi Pan, suggesting that Palaeolithic hunting cultures once thrived in the old lake system. More recent, any time from 20,000 years ago to now, are the...

Mokolodi Nature Reserve

Image - Mokolodi Nature Reserve The Mokolodi Nature Reserve 12 Km south of Gaborone covers 3000 hectares and aim to promote wildlife and conservation education and to establish newreserves in south-eastern Botswana. It also operates as a research facility a breeding centre for rare and endangered species and a sanctuary for orphaned, injured or confiscated birds and animals....

Botswana Ornithology

Image - Botswana Ornithology Bird watching in Botswana Very few places in Africa can offer the variety and sheer number of Bird species as can Botswana. Visitors will discover that game viewing soon becomes a holistic wildlife experience which encompasses every aspect of the many eco systems offered. Birding should be an important part of the overall enjoyment of visits to...

Botswana Travel Facts

Image - Botswana Travel Facts Natural Features: Botswana is a land locked country and it forms a part Southern African plateau. The country is almost entirely flat above the sea level except in the southeast where the terrain is hilly and broken. Two distinct topographical regions are found, in the east, hilly grassland and the Kalahari in southwest about 80% of Botswana...

Travel in Botswana

Botswana Travel Highlights Okavango Delta Botswana's finest tourist area has a unique ecology and plenty of wildlife and bird species, which can be viewed at close range from a mokoro or walking safari. Arts and crafts With a history of tribal culture, there is a world-famous art and craft tradition. Central Kalahari Game Reserve Most typical of...

Mokolodi Nature Reserve

Image - Mokolodi Nature Reserve The Mokolodi Nature Reserve 12 Km south of Gaborone covers 3000 hectares and aim to promote wildlife and conservation education and to establish newreserves in south-eastern Botswana. It also operates as a research facility a breeding centre for rare and endangered species and a sanctuary for orphaned, injured or confiscated birds and animals....

Okavango Delta in Botswana

Description The Okovango is perhaps the most precious wetland in the world, for it is one of a kind a river delta that feeds not into the sea but into dry land. Every winter, when the rest of southern Africa is dry and parched, the rainwaters that fell six months before. At the Kavongo Rivers source in Angola, spill out into the Delta, flooding...

Hunting in Botswana

Licences for non Resident/Foreigners This costs considerably more. Special Licences This is for subsistence hunters, these are free but traditional hunting methods must be used. Licence for Citizens of Botswana This costs very little. Hunting Areas Hunting areas consist of communal concessions controlled by Botswana wildlife and National...

Okavango Delta in Botswana

Image - Okavango Delta The Okavango Delta in Botswana is one of the last totally unspoiled Wildlife areas in Africa. The Okavango Delta is Botswana's most famous and popular tourist attraction. It is a unique wetland system in the middle of the Kalahari Desert, and is one of the largest inland deltas in the world. The Okavango Delta is a place of extraordinary beauty...

Botswana Investment Guides

Botswana Investment Climate Statement The Government of Botswana is committed to creating an attractive climate for foreign investment. Credit ratings received from Moody’s and Standard and Poor’s for Botswana were the highest given to an African country, ranking it equally with other successfully developing economies like the Republic of Chile,...