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Reasons To See The Spectacular Kalahari Salt Pans

  • Author: Mouli
  • Posted In: Africa

Imagine a land where nothing exists. Where earth stretches for miles under your feet and the unrelenting blue sky mocks you with a false sense of warmth. Not a pin drops, not a breeze blows. All you have for relief are the fierce vultures circling... Read more

From Kalahari Desert to Okavango Delta. This is Botswana.

  • Author: Jen
  • Posted In: Africa

From the Kalahari Desert to the Okavango Delta. Where the driest and wettest parts collide. Where game viewings are at their peak and cultural encounters you need not seek. During the cooler months of June to August, and ideal for the intrepid, luxury traveler, Botswana... Read more

Enchanted: A Wild Safari In Botswana

  • Author: Pete Webb
  • Posted In: Africa

Guest Pete Webb took a walk on the wild side during Botswana’s wet season – and recounts his favourite animal experiences. Selinda Camp, Okavango Delta: My young guide, Mokopi, was very knowledgeable. We stopped the car under a thorn tree by a large stretch of... Read more

The San People of the Kalahari Desert

  • Author: Jen
  • Posted In: India

Witness the traditions of the San People in all their glory at the Kuru San Dance Festival in Ghaniz, Botswana, during the month of August. From across the vast Kalahari Desert of Botswana, Namibia and South Africa, the San People (or Basarwa as called in... Read more

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