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Botswana.

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Botswana’s principal tourist attractions are its game reserves, with hunting and photographic safaris available. Other attractions include the Okavango Delta region (map), which during the rainy season is a maze of waterways, islands, and lakes.

Drug trafficking is punished by a mandatory death sentence. This is important for you to know because if you need to take prescription drugs into Botswana, you will have to show a prescription for each medication. Failing to do so will result in the medication being classified as a drug and can result in inprisonment if undeclared.

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Water sports like kayaking, rafting, and fishing can be enjoyed in rivers and lakes throughout the country. Additionally, skiing and snowboarding are available in the winter months in the ski resorts of the Andes.

*Central Kalahari Game Reserve (map) is an extensive national park in the Kalahari desert of Botswana, second largest game reserve in the world. (*Chobe National Park, *Moremi Game Reserve)

There are many bus companies in Botswana. One of the biggest is Seabelo. From *Gaborone you can travel by bus to any bigger city in Botswana.

⇒ Source: www.ezilon.com

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BOTSWANA TRAVEL DOCUMENTARY | 4×4 Safari Road Trip feat. Victoria Falls.

Follow us on our road trip safari through southern Africa’s wildlife paradise Botswana. We drove through most of Botswana, including all the wildlife-rich areas like the Moremi Game Reserve, Chobe Nationalpark including the Chobe Riverfront and the Kalahari. We explored the Makgadikgadi salt pans in the center of the country, the Gcwihaba Caverns in the West and the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park in the south.

We also shortly ventured into Zimbabwe to marvel upon the majestic Victoria Falls. We were lucky enough to spot most of the big, and many small, animals which call Botswana home. These include elephants, giraffes, lions, hippos, kudus, oryx, ostriches, honey badgers, bat-eared foxes, serval cats, warthogs, springboks, impalas and many more.

⇒ video source: Lucas T. Jahn /youtube.com/