Botswana Tourism: Places, Best Time & Travel Guides 2021
With its undulating grasslands, frozen rivers and marvelous forests, the landlocked country of Botswana is southern-Africa’s pride. The name of the country literally translates to ‘the land of the Tswana’, referring to the dominant ethnic group of the land.

The epical beauty of Botswana resides in its sprawling savannas and lush green deltas. The stunning sand dunes of the vast Kalahari, and vibrant pine flats lined by baobab trees make Botswana one of the top places to visit in Africa.

The sparsely populated country prides in its natural wealth, and the best way to explore this wealth is to visit the various National Parks here. From the wild dogs at the Moremi Reserve to the dry grasslands of Kgalagadi Transfrontier National Park, the natural resplendence of the country is bound to leave you spellbound. While in Botswana, make it a point to take a trip to the granite island of Kubu, known for its salt flats and stunning views of the sunset.

While in Botswana, do not miss out on having a caving expedition at the Tsodilo Hills, fondly dubbed as the Louvre of the Desert. A designated UNESCO Heritage Site, the caves boast of the biggest collection of rock paintings in the world, with nearly 4,500 engravings on their walls. To get a taste of the authentic African life here, make sure to take a mokoro ride along the deltas of Okavango, or interact with the tribal Bushmen there. Adventure enthusiasts travelling to Botswana may also try their hand at fly fishing, or take a horseback safari along the desserts of the country.

Being a semi-arid country, Botswana experiences high temperatures and low rainfall throughout the year. The summer months, between November to May, experience erratic rainfall. Winter in Botswana spans between June to October, and remains dry and warm.
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