Botswana Tourism


Botswana Tourism

It is absolutely the ideal "African Dreamers" Destination with an abundant WILD life!  Botswana Tourism It will keep you occupied from sunrise to sunset and some more when you lay in your bed hearing the wildlife sounds an experience to say the least!

What I say so you get the most out of your safaris is to talk to someone who has experience and knows the area! Someone who will take care of all your travel arrangements from time of arriving to the completion of your holiday!


                       Botswana Tourism

 If you want an experienced Safari Guide ask me and I will personally recommend an experienced reliable Guide!  I am going to attach the Wikipedia links below so you can get complete details of the Game Reserves, weather, transportation, people, accommodations and more. One thing make sure you give yourself plenty of time! A few days at least minimum of 2/3 days. The Elephant, Lion, Zebra are not in a rush so don't you be either!!! The Okavango Delta is the largest Inland Delta in the world and has two seasons the Dry season May to October and the rainy season November to April!

Central Kalahari Game Reserve Chobe National Park, Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park are three possibilities for you. Any questions please ask at my "Contact Us" form

ZAMBIA BANS HUNTING of LIONS ansd LEPOARDS  

There are thought to be no more than about 4,500 lions in Zambia Zambia has banned the hunting of lions and leopards because of the rapid decline in its numbers of big cats. Zambia's tourism minister said there was more value in game-viewing tourism than blood sport, which brought in just $3m (£1.9m) last year. Sylvia Masebo said the country did not have enough cats for hunting purposes. "Tourists come to Zambia to see the lion and if we lose the lion we will be killing our tourism industry," she told Reuters.

But Chuma Simukonda from the Zambia Wildlife Authority (ZAWA) said the ban would be bad for tourism. "The population of cats in Zambia is around 3,400 to 3,500 and with the ban on safari hunting for cats, we are likely to lose on revenue," he told the AFP news agency.

He said about 55 cats were killed by hunters each year. Neighboring Botswana is banning all sport hunting from 2014, while Kenya halted hunting for sport decades ago.

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