Botswana is a South Central, Land Locked Country in Africa, It is Bordered by countries like Zimbabwe, Namibia, and South Africa, Also Countries like Zambia and Angola are very Close to Botswana. As Many Countries, Botswana was also Ruled and Colonized by Britishers and they got freedom and Independence from the British in 1966. Botswana is the world’s Third Most Listed in the Affected Patients of AIDS. African Countries like Botswana, South Africa, Uganda Kenya, and Zimbabwe all are affected by AIDS EPIDEMIC between 2002-03, Almost half of the countries expenditure was Cut Down and was invested in dealing with the Epidemic, Life Expectancy also Reduced from 75 to 55.
But When it Comes to Infrastructure, Roads, Transportation, and Health, Botswana did a very good job in keeping up the numbers, and also Road Connectivity is Great which made many departments like Tourism, Trade, and Export Flourish. Ancient Bushmen who are almost 5000-10000 years old drew Rock Paintings in Botswana, Bushmen paintings are very famous tourist attractions. The vegetation of Botswana needs a special mention because The Lush Green Forests and the Natural Habitats it offers are spectacular, There are different varieties of Bird Species and Animals in Botswana, As a result, there are many National Parks in Botswana. Let’s Explore Each and Very Part of Botswana.
The Capital City is Gaborone.
Official Language English, Setswana.
The Currency is Botswana Pula.
Why to Visit Botswana?
There are almost 101 Reasons why you should Visit Botswana, Be it National Parks, Bushmen Paintings, Wild Life, Animals, Bird Species, Food, Arts, and Culture. Safaris and Camping are the most visited and Experienced among tourists who visit Botswana.
Best Places in Botswana
Below Article from Unesco.org
This delta in north-west Botswana comprises permanent marshlands and seasonally flooded plains. It is one of the very few major interior delta systems that do not flow into a sea or ocean, with a wetland system that is almost intact. One of the unique characteristics of the site is that the annual flooding from the River Okavango occurs during the dry season, with the result that the native plants and animals have synchronized their biological cycles with these seasonal rains and floods. It is an exceptional example of the interaction between climatic, hydrological, and biological processes. The Okavango Delta is home to some of the world’s most endangered species of large mammals, such as the cheetah, white rhinoceros, black rhinoceros, African wild dogs,s and lions.
Chobe Linyanty System
The Chobe Linyanti area with its amazing variety of ecosystems is able to accommodate a variety of communities of plants and animals. Due to its remoteness and very little development except for limited tourism activities taking place in the area, it has retained its pristine environment. The Chobe National Park is a protected area under the Wildlife Conservation and National Parks Act of 1992, as such the wildlife in the area is well protected. The Department of Wildlife and National Parks with its effective Anti-Poaching Unit has managed to successfully protect the wildlife as shown by the decline in the number of animals lost due to poaching. Outside of the sanctuary of Chobe, northern Botswana is divided into parcels of land commonly referred to as concessions. These concession areas only offer non-consumptive tourism activities such as photography and very few lodges and campsitesFrom Unesco
Mapungubwe Cultural Landscape
The Mapungubwe Cultural Landscape is situated in the physiographic region known as the Lowveld in an ancient valley that includes the confluence of the Shashe and Limpopo Rivers. These rivers drain an extensive area and form the international border between South Africa in the south, Botswana in the North West and Zimbabwe in the northeast. The area described below forms the proposed transfrontier conservation area (TFCA) around the confluence of the Limpopo and Shashe rivers which includes South Africa, Botswana, and Zimbabwe. The South African side will comprise a complex mosaic of private land, state-owned land, and national parks which have since led to the creation of the Mapungubwe National Park.From Unesco
The Gcwihaba Caves have been part of the Kalahari landscape for at least the entire Pleistocene epoch, some 2 million years ago. The cave contains sediments useful for the regional paleoclimatic reconstruction. This was found out during the first scientific research undertaken by Cooke and Ballieul (1974). This cave system has two large (more than 5m wide) cavernous entrances, which have allowed access to a large number of bats and windblown sand deep into the cave.From UNESCO
Makgadikgadi Pans Landscape
Makgadikgadi Pans Landscape is located in the north-east of the Central Kalahari Game Reserve and south-east of the Okavango Delta. It is linked to Okavango Delta by the Boteti River and supplied with water from Zimbabwe by the ephemeral Nata River. This makes the area the largest salt pans in the world covering an area of over 30 000 km2 and one of the former largest inland seas in the world.From UNESCO
Tswapong Hills Cultural Landscape
The Tswapong Hills Cultural Landscape is located in the eastern part of the Central District near the town of Palapye in Botswana. The area stretches over a 70km magnificent range of the Tswapong Hills. The Tswapong Hills is about 15km wide and rises 400m above their surroundings. The rocks of the Tswapong Hills have formed 1800 million years ago within a major sedimentary basin. They consist of horizontal layers of sandstone, ironstone, conglomerates of rounded water-worn pebbles, and quartzites.From UNESCO
Central Kalahari Game Reserve
The Central Kalahari Game Reserve is a landscape of superlative natural phenomenon that is of exceptional natural beauty with expanses of unaltered landscapes and vegetation communities ranging from a mosaic of large clay pans and fossil river valleys to rolling, vegetated sand dunes and woodlands. The Central Kalahari Game Reserve harbors one of the most unique biodiversity in southern Africa including some concentrated populations of threatened species of animals such as the Brown Hyena and diverse birds of prey. The “black-maned lion”, one variation of the Panthera leo is found in the Central Kalahari Game Reserve and is the largest variation type of the lion species in Africa.From Unesco
Toutswemogala Hill Iron Age Settlement
Toutswemogala Hill lies 6.5 km West of the North-South Highway in the Central District of Botswana. It is situated about 50 km north of the village of palapye. Toutswemogala is an elongated flat-topped hill rising about 50 meters above the surrounding flat mopane veld. It is an Iron Age settlement, which has been occupied on two different occasions. The radiocarbon dates for this settlement range from the 7th to the late 19th century AD indicating occupation of more than one thousand years. The hill was part of the formation of early states in Southern Africa with cattle keeping as a major source of economy. This was supplemented by goats, sheep, and foraging as well as hunting of wild animals. The remaining features of the Toutswe settlement include house-floors, large heaps of vitrified cow-dog, and burials while the outstanding structure is the stone wall. There are large traits of centaurs ciliaris, a type of grass that has come to be associated with cattle-keeping settlements in South, Central Africa.From Unesco
Flight Details and Cost Botswana
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Covid 19 Restrictions Botswana
Negative COVID-19 test required within 72 hours before departure