For an unforgettable taste of Botswana, you can’t beat the classic elements. Game viewing along the Chobe River, wild camping in the Okavango Delta and admiring the country’s baobabs and salt pans. These travel tips will ease the way. By Mark Bland
It’s the destination that’s halfway to everywhere. Heading from Francistown to Maun? Or driving north to Kasane to explore the Chobe National Park? You’ve got to pass through Nata. Here’s why Melanie van Zyl reckons it’s more than just a stopover.
These mysterious salt flats in the Kalahari Desert might just be Botswana’s best-kept secret. Learn everything you need to know from the man who wrote the first-ever guidebook to the pans. Continue reading An expert’s guide to the Makgadikgadi Pans