Category: Botswana

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Pans and Rhinos

Botswana is famous for it’s “pans”, or dry lakes. They are spectacularly beautiful and often surrounded by enormous trees and wildlife. Driving on them can be extremely dangerous, I am told. With only the...

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The Central Kalahari

No visit to Botswana would be complete without time spent in the mighty Central Kalahari, and given that we have both recently read the amazing we’re both chomping at the bit. After again loading...

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The Okavango Delta

No visit to Botswana would be complete without a visit to the magical Okavango Delta. Early in the morning we drive until the roads stop, then jump aboard a traditional Makoro boat (like a...

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Moremi National Park

We have been told repeatedly the Third Bridge Campsite in Moremi National Park is a must-see, so despite the $50USD EACH camping fee, we go ahead and book and set out for the National...

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Gcwihaba Caves

South of Tsodilo we turn off the highway onto an extremely small sandy track that we follow for hour after hour before finally arriving at the Gcwihaba Caves. These caves are undeveloped and remote,...

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Tsodilo – Mountain of the Gods

We make a brief stop at the famous Baines Baobabs – mighty Baobab trees in the middle of one of Botswana’s pans (a dry lake). The site is spectacular and peaceful, and we share...

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