On my recent trip to Southern Africa, I was thrilled to be visiting Botswana where I would be staying on a houseboat floating up and down the Chobe River, with Northern Botswana on one side and Namibia on the other. I spent three days and two nights on the river not far from the Botswana [&hellip
A land of wild tablelands, verdant grasslands, arid salt pans, and the mighty Kalahari Desert, landlocked Botswana is prime safari country. Wildebeest and antelope roam Botswana's savannas, while the world's largest inland delta, the Okavango, is home to everything from elephants to zebra and more birds than you can shake a camera at. With numerous parks and reserves, a Botswana safari is a natural choice for wildlife enthusiasts. If it's the Africa of nature shows you're looking for, this is the place.