Botswana Travel Articles

 
Safari: Botswana’s Wild Dogs – Africa
Safari: Botswana’s Wild Dogs – Africa Steve Brynes relates his first encounters with the African wild dog, a beautiful animal, whose population is declining.
Safari in Botswana – Africa
Safari in Botswana – Africa The question Rebekah Pothaar asks is: Are safaris over-rated?
A Unique Friendship – Botswana, South Africa, Africa
Volunteering in Botswana, Julie Urquhart realizes that with generosity, dancing, and a dash of salt, the cultural barriers are not so great after all.
Makgadikgadi Pans National Park & Adjoining Salt Pans, Botswana …
Makgadikgadi Pans National Park & Adjoining Salt Pans, Botswana … Once a superlake, the Makgadikgadi Pans now comprise perennial pools that attract
waterbuck, bushbuck and resident hippos.
Linyanti Wildlife Reserve, Botswana
Linyanti Wildlife Reserve, Botswana The Linyanti Reserve is highly populated with animals particularly in the dry
winter months when elephants concentrate in enormous numbers at the rivers and ...
Central Kalahari Game Reserve, Botswana
Central Kalahari Game Reserve, Botswana The Central Kalahari Game Reserve (CKGR) is the largest game reserve in the world,
and has until recently been closed to the public.
Chobe Game Reserve, Botswana – Africa Game Reserves Travel Guide …
Chobe Game Reserve, Botswana – Africa Game Reserves Travel Guide … Both hippo's and elephants epitomise this park more than any other animals.
It is estimated that there are between 45000 and 90000 elephants in this area.
Hitchhiking, Hippos and Other Misadventures: A student’s trek across Africa – Maun to Livingstone, Africa
Julie treks across Botswana to see beautiful Victoria Falls. Hitchhiking her way through, she encounters vicious hippos, a tropical paradise and wonton soup!
Botswana Travel Facts
The Basics Country: Botswana Where is it?: Botswana lies in southern Africa, north of South Africa Why do people go here?: Another country for safari holiday-makers, Botswana once only catered to high-end safari tourists. Slowly, more and more independent travelers are attempting to traverse the vast country. Due to its vast national parks and the […]
Blantyre, Malawi to Francistown, Botswana (7 August 2002)
For the first time ever Al surprises and disappoints himself by being too squeamish to take advantage of an extremely cheap and dinner-party-conversation-enhancing foodstuff: boiled mice on sticks. Wh