Winter Holidays in Botswana

If you are interested in spending few days of fun amidst wild beats, fogs and long stretch of unending wilder, few reclusive and lazy days during the winter at Botswana can be the options to lookout for. This small nation inhabits only around 1.5 million people with a major part of it being covered with wildlife. The forests of Botswana allow the wild animals to live freely without the fear of being hunted. Going on winter holidays in Botswana can be great where one can meet altogether different cultural identity of Africa.Winter Botswana holiday are one of the perfect ways for exploring the rarest inner life of Botswana and get the glimpse of its wildlife than you may never have experienced before. The fascinating scenery of the nation has also been featured in several Hollywood films such as ‘The Gods must be crazy’.

Although the country has no sea coasts and is situated far away from sea, tourism plays an important part in its economy. There are several game reserves and national parks with wetlands and wildlife. The nation is famous for Moremi National Park, Chobe National Park and Central Kalahari Game Reserve. Makgadikgadi Pans National Park is also a must see place in Botswana.

St. Claire Lion Park, Khana Hill and Main Mall are among the best places to visit while enjoying Botswana safari holidays. A variety of leopards and black eagles can be observed from the Kgale Hill, and the Gaborone Game Reserve is famous for bird watching, apart from other animals such as zebras, elands, impalas, wildebeests and ostriches. Cape vultures are protected in the Manyelanong Game Reserve which allows the visitors to see them sitting on rocks and flying around the area. The Mashatu Game Reserve is a private land and has the largest population of elephants. The wildlife of Botswana includes brown hyenas, lions, leopards, cheetahs, antelopes and wild dogs that can be seen roaming freely in natural parks and game reserves of the country. The natural resource management project of the country is trying to include villagers in its tourism.

Needless to say, Botswana is entirely an adventurous country for the travelers and allows the visitors to get a closer view of the wildlife.