History: At one time, the delta was part of Lake Makgadikgadi which dried up by the time the early Holocene period began.
Animals: There are both permanent and seasonal animals that frequent this area, making it a great tourist destination for wildlife viewers. Some of the most common sightings include; buffalo, elephant, hippos, blue wildebeest, crocodile, giraffe, lion, hyena, cheetah, antelope, rhino, warthog, wild dog and zebra.
Climate: The area here is actually quite arid with rain falling between December and March. December through February are hot and wet while the weather from March to May is much more comfortable. From June to August, the weather is warm during the day but falls quite dramatically into the evening.
Getting There: Majority of travellers will rent a car and start out from the city of Maun. However, visitors can also charter a plane to reach the destination.
Where to Stay: There are various camps and lodges surrounding the delta so visitors will have quite the choice. From luxury stays to budget options, you will be sure to find the right place for your visit.