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Tips for Visiting an African Safari in Botswana

Traveling gives you a chance to experience new environments and learn about different places, cultures, and climate.  Nature walks, safaris, and hikes are popular leisure pursuits for a lot of adventurers.

An African Safari in Botswana could be the perfect trekking trip for you.

Botswana is a country endorsed with several amazing physical features and sites that will take your breath away.

Before you step foot in your wild Botswana Safari adventure, there are a few crucial things to consider:

Accommodation

Botswana has some lavish and affordable accommodation facilities. These places have been built in a fine fashion to give tourists a royal welcome and treatment. 

The accommodation facilities include:

  • Chitabblediba Camp
  • Chobe game lodge
  • Kalahari plains camp
  • Camp Okavango
  • San Camp
  • Sanctuary Stanley’s Camp

And many more. 

These places are strategically located to ensure you get a better view of the wild animals and beautiful sceneries Botswana has to offer. Furthermore, some are equipped with swimming pools and restaurants to ensure you get enough relaxation and enjoy some Botswana cuisine after the long drive.

What Your Wish To See

It’s always good to plan an idea of sites you wish to see on your trip. 

The Kalahari Desert in Botswana is one interesting feature tourists come out in large numbers to see. The present sand dunes form perfect sites for photographers to showcase their prowess.

Wildlife in Botswana is also so interesting. Botswana is home to giraffes, vultures, hyenas, elephants, lions, cheetahs, and other wild animals. As you go out on your long drive, you will not fail to catch a glimpse of these amazing animals. Ensure you have your pair of binoculars and cameras to avoid missing any precious moment.

Activities to engage in

Apart from the long safari across the Kalahari Desert, look out on other interesting activities which you can take part in. Remember, Botswana has amazing visual sites, so renting a bicycle would be a worthwhile option to experience the nature.

Culture

This should be the best time to earn about the way of life led by people in Botswana. Take some time to study their culture in terms of their foods, clothing, language, economics, social activities and other spheres of their life. 

Embracing the diverse way of life of the natives of Botswana can be achieved through your exploration of the Kalahari – a hub of many Botswana cultural practices. You will have a chance to experience their fashion, sample their food and view their traditional housing. You may even gain insight on Okavango Delta and the archaeology of Kalahari.

Summary (Why Consider Botswana)

• Presence of the popular Kalahari Desert

Coming to Botswana will guarantee you a chance to experience a natural beauty.

• Wildlife

Botswana has several wild animals such as elephants, lions, cheetahs, hyenas and vultures. Experience of some of the earth’s most amazing wildlife.

• Culture

Learning the people’s way of life in Botswana not only enhances your knowledge but also makes your safari there more fun. It also helps you to embrace the spirit of diversity.

• Peace and Tranquility

A safari in Botswana will give you the much sought after peace. Relax in your accommodation facilities and enjoy some peace of mind after a day in nature.

Final thoughts…

Botswana’s tourist sector is continuing to thrive as the years go by. Tourists flock to see the breathtaking sights of nature in a truly unique safari experience.

For more travel tips, head to the DigiNo Travel Section.

Victoria Brewood
vbrewood@gmail.com

Although very much British, Victoria always felt like she was meant to be living the 'American Dream'. She loves the US and has travelled to over 14 states.

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