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A trip to Botswana is one that you will never forget thanks to the beauty of the country. Why not consider adding a few of these to your itinerary to help you to make the most of it?
You could take a bruise along the Chobe River. This is a great way to view some of the local wildlife and is considered to be the best way to see elephants swimming in Africa. An evening boat cruise is one option so you can enjoy the sights as the sun goes down but there is also the option of booking a houseboat holiday on the river too.
Right in the heart of the Okavango Delta there is the Moremi Wildlife Reserve. With a wide range of habitats here there are vast numbers of species for you to observe. However, as well as the animals, take the time to enjoy the greenery – there are forests and woodlands that are teeming with unusual plants and trees.
As much of the country is given over to national parks you need to visit at least one during your stay! Make the most of your car rental to head to Kgalagadi Transfrontier National Park. This area of the country is home to some of the oldest wildlife migration routes in Africa and it covers an area that is larger than the Netherlands. The cat population is strong here so you are almost guaranteed to see plenty of lions and cheetahs. It is the ideal place for some wild camping too.
A trip to Botswana would not be complete without a visit to the Khama Rhino Sanctuary. This reserve was set up in 1992 and it is a community wildlife project designed to help to protect the rhino. Both white and black rhino have found a home here and numbers are growing, even though previously they had been almost extinct in Botswana. You can camp here or stay in one of the chalets.
If you are interested in history then point your hire car in the direction of the Tsodilo Hills. This is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and it is sacred to the San Bushmen. This area of the country has been inhabited for more than 100,000 years and the ancient rock paintings here are worth the trip. There are plenty of hiking trails for those who want to explore the area in and around the hills.