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An African success story, Botswana achieved independence from Britain in 1966 and immediately thereafter, in a mad stroke of luck, discovered three of the world’s richest diamond mines. And just like a good mystery story, it takes time to unravel the country’s secrets. Beyond the narrow eastern corridor, where the majority of the population is concentrated, Botswana is a largely roadless wilderness of savannas, deserts, wetlands and salt pans. As freedom of speech and equality are all guaranteed under the country’s constitution, the greatest threat to Botswana’s stability is posed by the AIDS virus
Best time to visit
April to August (the dry season) for wildlife viewing
Travelling by mokoro (traditional canoe) on the Okavango River
Seeing the incredible gallery of ancient San paintings in the remote and mystical Tsodilo Hills
Wildlife spotting in Chobe National Park – take your pick of lions, cheetahs, hippos, giraffes, antelopes, zebras and any number of species of birds
Camping with the wild things in Moremi
Keeping a lookout for buried treasure in the Gowihaba Caverns, with their gargantuan stalagmites and stalactites
Eat and drink
Mabele (sorghum) or bogobe (porridge made from sorghum) which form the basis of most Batswana meals.
Bojalwa, a sprouted sorghum beer that’s brewed commercially as Chibuku