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Botswana: The Bradt Travel Guide

McIntyre, Chris

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ISBN 10: 1841620246 / ISBN 13: 9781841620244
Published by Bradt Travel Guides, 2003
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Title: Botswana: The Bradt Travel Guide

Publisher: Bradt Travel Guides

Publication Date: 2003

Book Condition:Good

Edition: 1st.

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Botswana's Okavango Delta is a wetland paradise and a top destination in Africa for wildlife enthusiasts who will delight in the thorough coverage of this new Bradt guide. The Okavango's unique ecosystem provides a habitat for a multitude of birdlife and plants and its swampland is patrolled by hippos and crocodiles. The lure of Chobe National Park as a prime conservation area, the Linyanti Swamp, central Kalahari Game Reserve, and Tsodilo Hills with their wealth of bushman, rock art, are also covered in depth, supplying visitors with a wide range of very accessible attractions and a background to the culture and people of the region. Botswana is an ideal guide for visitors heading for lodges and safari camps, either as overlanders exploring the wilderness Botswana or those on tailor-made tours and fly-drive trips. The author recognizes the bewildering choice facing the visitor planning a trip to this major safari destination and provides independent guidance on travel options.

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Northern Botswana's pristine wilderness protects some of the earth's most spectacular wildlife: dense concentrations of big-game animals, an amazing wealth of birdlife, and huge herds, roaming from the saltpans of the Kalahari to the lush Okavango Delta. Devoid of the marks of modern man, the landscape still bears the imprints of our ancestors, from the subtle art of the Tsodilo Hills to the more brutal remnants of the Stone Age.
A few remote camping spots and a handful of the world's best safari lodges attract true lovers of nature to share in this extraordinary region. With a wealth of practical and background information, this is the essential companion.
Inside you will find: in-depth coverage of national parks, game reserves and private concessions; unrivalled comparisons of safari camps and lodges; area-by-area descriptions of flora and fauna; birdwatchers' hints - the top sites to spot "specials"; numerous GPS points essential for bush navigation.

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