Botswana, is a landlocked country in Southern Africa and is Africa’s safest and most stable. It is bordered by NamibiaSouth Africa,  Zimbabwe and Zambia with an area covering 582,000 sq km, making it slightly larger than France.
Despite being quite a large country, Botswana remains to be one of the world’s smallest communities with a population of just over 2 million people and 70% of this sparsely populated region is home to the breathtaking semi-arid Kalahari Desert.
Botswana is well known for having some of the best wilderness and wildlife areas on the African continent, where 40% of its total land area is devoted to wildlife management. The 
star attraction of the country, the beautiful Okavango Delta is the world’s largest inland delta and is alive with vibrant bird species and wildlife. In comparison to the vast Kalahari Dessert, the delta is lush and green; a true magical world where life is simple and relaxation is unavoidable.
A trip to Botswana isn’t complete without a visit to the Makgadikgadi Pan, an incredibly large salt pan where you will delight in peace and quiet. There is hardly any life here, as the salt pan makes it hard for nature to flourish, however exploring the pan will show you another wonder unlike any other, a true escape from civilization and a surreal, beautiful place.
Botswana is truly a unique country with a landscape and beauty that can’t compare… from deserts to delta, bushveld to grasslands, savannas to salt pans, Botswana is a true joy to explore and offers a world of adventure to all who visit, making it the perfect destination for anyone seeking pristine and unfenced surroundings.


 Currency: Pula

 Capital City: Gaborone

 Population: 2,2 million

 Official languages: Setswana