24 INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT THE KALAHARI

The Kalahari Desert stretches 360,000 square miles across Botswana, Namibia and South Africa and although it’s named a ‘desert’, the reality is not strictly the case; within this alien world of scorching heat and sand dunes intertwined with dense vegetation, Southern Africa’s fourth longest river and gushing waterfalls, every man’s travel experience to the Kalahari will be as surreal as it is magical.

From Botswana, we offer explorative trips to the Kalahari Desert, including the Central Kalahari Game Reserve which is the world’s second largest reserve, covering a vast 52,800 km²; game viewing at this reserve can seem challenging but there is no other safari destination quite as wild as this. If you are thinking of visiting Botswana, Namibia or South Africa of your next safari holiday, here are 24 fun and interesting facts that you probably didn’t know about the Kalahari…