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With over 30% of land set aside for national parks and reserves, Botswana justly deserves its reputation for wildlife protection and conservation. Botswana is home to over 120 000 elephants, almost 600 species of birds as well as the predators and plains game animals. The main safari areas are Okavango Delta, Kalahari Desert, Chobe/Linyanti, and Moremi Reserve. This pristine, unspoiled land is the ultimate wildlife safari experience... 

This wonderful wetland within a desert is formed by the Okavango River, which originates in Angola and flows into the Kalahari Desert, forming the largest inland delta in the world. Covering some 16 000 square kilometers, this maze of channels, lagoons and palm fringed islands supports a vast array of wildlife. A safari in the Okavango Delta offers both water and land based game viewing opportunities. 
Explore the variety of bird and wildlife in a mokoro, a traditional dug out canoes, 4 x 4 open air landrovers, boats as well as on foot. 
Situated in the heart of the Okavango Delta, this was the first wildlife area to be set aside by tribal people. Moremi now extends east and northwards to join Chobe National Park, ensuring a continuous area of protected land.  This is area is known for its huge herds of elephant, estimated at over 35 000, large concentration of game as well as predators.  Over two thirds of Botswana is known as the Kalahari Desert. Originally vast lakes which dried out several millions of years ago, it is home to the San. (Bushmen). 

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