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Planet Okavango

Planet Okavango

The latest coffee table book from internationally acclaimed photographer Hannes Lochner, Planet Okavango is an evocative tribute to the wetland deltas of Botswana, its inhabitants, and its unique wonder. The meeting of the creative mastery of Lochner and the...

Botswana on a budget

Botswana on a budget

In search of a more affordable option in this notoriously expensive wildlife destination, Sarah Gilbert joins a group mobile camping safari. Image copyright Letaka Safaris. "Look, behind you!” Still clutching my coffee, I swung around just in time to...

Making an impact

Making an impact

In the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development, Carrie Hampton has a look at how to give back when you travel to Botswana, and how to ensure that your funds are going into the right hands I want...

Tricks of the trade

Tricks of the trade

Iain Wallace visits Deception Valley in the wild and immense Central Kalahari Game Reserve, and learns survival skills from Bushman trackers Once upon a time there was a mighty river, slap bang in the middle of Botswana. Millions of...

Botswana Travel Guide

Botswana Travel Guide

Like most countries across Africa, Botswana is vast, with too many attractions to feasibly fit into one holiday. So where do you begin? To set you on your way we have compiled a list of Botswana’s key attractions and...

Picture-perfect

Picture-perfect

The wild, often-forgotten Northern Tuli Game Reserve, or Notugre, is a photographers’ heaven. Shutterbugs should go now. Words and photographs by Mike Dexter Far across the open plains, a dust devil whisks dry leaves, sticks and sand into a...

50 Secrets about Botswana

50 Secrets about Botswana

To celebrate the country’s 50th anniversary since independence, we asked experts for their insight and advice to help you plan an extraordinary trip. Compiled by Laura Griffith-Jones and Jessica Mayhall Why Botswana? His Excellency The President of the Republic...

Part of Africa

In the south-eastern corner of Botswana lies the Tuli Block, hugging the "great, grey-green, greasy Limpopo" to the south and spreading out to the horizon in a sea of trees and sandstone outcrops. A wild, hard land with abundant...

The smell of the rain

The smell of the rain

Intrigued by accounts of a secret migration, Laura Griffith-Jones heads to Botswana’s Chobe floodplains and the Boteti River to be dazzled by zebra A gigantic slurping awakens me from my contemplation — not so dissimilar to the noise of...

Botswana – Into the Okavango

Botswana – Into the Okavango

In 2014 the Okavango Delta became the 1000th World Heritage site – and not before time. This vast, varied, wildlife-abundant wetland is matchless, and long overdue protection. Here, we look at the background to the Delta’s designation, and celebrate...

Botswana: Going with the flow

Botswana: Going with the flow

Having experienced the Savuti Channel at its driest, James Gifford was perfectly placed to revisit and observe the remarkable transformation taking place while the waters are flowing. I stop at the edge and stare, mesmerised by the crystal-clear ripples...

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