Why Your First Safari Should Be in Botswana Especially if it’s your only safari. Botswana named Africa’s best safari country for 2019 The ranking was compiled by Safaribookings.com, which analyzed over 4,000 reviews of safaris all over the continent to come to this conclusion. These reviews included those from guests who had visited the nominated

The ranking was compiled by Safaribookings.com, which analyzed over 4,000 reviews of safaris all over the continent to come to this conclusion. These reviews included those from guests who had visited the nominated countries and travel journalists, mainly guidebook writers who contribute regularly to Lonely Planet, Rough Guides, Frommer’s, Bradt and Footprint. Credit – Getaway Magazine

Come visit your ancestral home! Botswana for me, has always felt like home and now it appears that it is much closer to my ancestral home.  Last December I took a group to the Makgadikgadi Pans in Botswana, which now has more meaning to all of us as humans as recent scientific study puts Northern

One of the most iconic safari activities in Africa is to explore the Okavango Delta in a mokoro (traditional dugout canoe) © PlusONE / Shutterstock Botswana Botswana is one of Africa’s premier wildlife-watching destinations. The wildlife is prolific and extraordinary and the landscapes – the Kalahari, the Okavango Delta, the salt pans of Makgadikgadi – are likewise. As one

“Building on a strong foundation of science, partnerships and field capability, Rhino Conservation Botswana is dedicated to monitoring and protecting wild black and white rhino in Botswana, contributing significantly to the survival of these two iconic African species.”

  Chris Christensen came along with us on safari last December.  He shares his experience with us in this story that thoroughly captures the sense of the history of this throwback destination. A remarkable experience. we hope you will enjoy.  We are booking for 2020 now. Source: Jack’s Camp – Botswana – Luxury Safari Camp

timeandtideafrica.com “A haunting call echoes across the Liuwa Plain. There is no answer, there hasn’t been for years. She has no pride, no support – she alone must safeguard her own survival. Her name is Lady Liuwa, and … Source: Botswana Trek Daily