A safari in northern Botswana takes the traveller to a wilderness populated almost exclusively by wildlife. Here are the predators and their prey; here, too, are the elephants, the hippos and the astonishing birdlife of the Okavango Delta. This third edition of Bradt's Botswana Safari Guide: Okavango, Kalahari, Chobe Desert provides unrivalled coverage of the region's wildlife, environment and history, as well as a thorough evaluation of when, where and how to go. Accommodation options for all budgets - from lodges to camps and hotels - are fully revised and updatedChris McIntyre is a director of a UK travel company specialising in southern Africa. He travels regularly throughout the region, including extended trips to Botswana.The veranda has recently been extended to create a large a#39;aprona#39; deck, where leather couches aamp; low tables create an appealing outdoor seating area, while beyond is an outdoor dining area, a prime spot for watching the porcupine that roams through the camp in the evening. A small ... The landscape, flora aamp; fauna are exactly the same as in the main reserve, although being much smaller aamp; fenced theanbsp;...
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