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Botswana is one of the few unspoilt environments left in the world. A country of striking diversity, it offers unrivalled opportunities to observe Africa's wildlife, in national parks like Chobe, Makgadikgadi and Nxai, and reserves such as Central Kalahari, Moremi, Mabuasehube and Northern Tuli, and the Okavango Delta with its thirteen thousand square kilometres of waterways. This excellent guide, fully updated and now in its third edition, caters for both organised tours and independent travellers. It provides thorough route descriptions, planning advice, vital information on climate, off-road driving, and what to do in emergencies. Descriptions of Botswana’s famed national parks and game reserves include details of flora, fauna, birds, geology and historical features, and conurbations like Gaborone, Maun, Francistown and Lobatse are described, in full. Symbols in the margin show at a glance which areas are best for particular activities, including game-viewing, hiking, bird-watching, photography, camping and water sports More than 50 suggested self-drive routes for both two- and four-wheel drive vehicles are included, with comprehensive directions on how to reach each destination. In addition, 47 tried-and-tested route maps and GPS reference points have been supplied to assist with off-road navigation. African Adventurer’s Guide: Botswana is an indispensable guide for travellers wanting to explore this magnificent country.

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