Area: 581 to 700km2
Population: 2 100 000~
Capital: Gaborone
Languages: Tswana, English
Nature of the state: Republic
Currency: Pula (BWP)

Country of animals (animal reserves but also of diamonds)!! Luxury hotels and appointment of hunting (lodges) exist, but on the whole the Botswana. Heat, dust, road not appointed (except Large Pin)- and animals that can suddenly throw on your path.. View- panoramas huge, grand, unique, unforgettable: isolated landscapes as diverse as deserts and lagoons; incredible wealth of wildlife, Lions to the leopards, giraffes and hippos.

The Botswana, a former British protectorate of the Bechuanaland, (area greater than the size of France) with only approx. 1.3 million inhabitants, of which the nomads Bushmen in the mysterious Kalahari desert.

The majority of the population, mostly rural, focuses on the borders of South Africa and Zimbabwe. (continental country, Botswana also adjoins the Namibia and touches the Zambia, in the north, at the confluence of the Zambezi and the Chobe river.)

The cities, and first of all Gabarone, (capital), are not without interest, but they are used before any of the springboard for the major attraction of Botswana: 17% of the territory dedicated to the conservation of wildlife and nature in general. The Chobe National Park is home to an immense herds of elephants and buffaloes. The Gemsbok National Park, you will see the lions and cheetahs. The reserve the more original is that of Okavango Delta, in the north; the waters of the vast interior delta of the planet – surrounded by a desert – attract elephants, zebras, hippos and giraffes thirst. You can browse the places in dugout, but do not take a crocodile which makes its NAP for a tree trunk floating….

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