Zambia, the main gateway to the Victoria Falls. It’s an incredible off the beaten path destination that can be perceived in two ways.
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This week’s blog is on the seven lesser known animals that you could get the chance to see on safari.
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.
Leopards are second only to lions in the Big Cat hierarchy but unlike lions, they live a largely solitary life and hunt alone.
The ways that you can experience wildlife in Africa is extremely diverse but not all suit all safari goers.
So, what makes a beach a great beach let alone a ‘best’ beach? Perhaps it has the sand that is so white it blinds you or that the sand is just so unbelievably soft. Or the water is crystal blue? Or it has a stunning and remote location?
Known as, ‘the warm heart of Africa,” this country in the southern region of the continent is a top destination. It’s known for its stunning lake and its friendly people. And, its wildlife sightings are unique compared to the rest of Africa.
As summer starts to hot up in Africa, December welcomes migrant birds, predators aplenty and lush greenery in many parks.
One of Botswana’s most famous attractions can’t be visited all of the time. In fact, the Okavango Delta Floods can only be seen a few months of the year.
There are so many reasons to visit Botswana for your next safari holiday. Firstly, it’s home to the Okavango Delta, a rich and magical hotspot of the most spectacular wildlife in Africa.