Okavango Delta safari: Botswana is Africa’s great success story

The Okavango River spreads over the delta and transforms the parched landscape into a luminous tapestry of greens and golds from May to October each year.  Photo: Sanctuary Retreats As

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Africa safari driving tips: Why preparing for a holiday can be almost as much fun as doing it

A drive through unfamiliar terrain surrounded by wild animals: The Kalahari Desert, Africa Photo: Alamy There was a moment of self-doubt, and it came while I was watching Top Gear. There

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Botswana bushmen safari: Survival secrets of the San

Learning how to make fire. Photo: Ben Groundwater There is excitement in the air as the San bushman in front of me sits down in the grey dirt and starts digging.

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Inside Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Botswana hideaway where they fell in love

A tented camp at Meno a kwena. Photo: Alamy It really is the kind of place where one could fall in love; in love with the country, the light playing on

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The amazing destination no one cares about

Cape Town’s iconic Camps Bay beach. Photo: iStock There’s this amazing destination, and it’s about a 14-hour direct flight from the east coast of Australia. That’s the same as LA, or

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A United Kingdom movie, Botswana: The great forbidden love affair between an African prince and an English commoner

Baobab Sunset at Kubu Island, Botswana. Photo: Getty Images It was one of last century’s great forbidden love affairs – between a black African prince leading his people to independence from its

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Filming Botswana’s wildlife: See how the experts capture amazing footage

A safari trip in the Duba Plains of the Okavango Delta in Botswana offers a chance to get close to lions. Photo: Beverly Joubert Dereck and Beverley Joubert are the kind

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Drive through Namibia and Botswana: A 7000-kilometre self-drive

Inquisitive meerkats were a highlight. Photo: Heinrich van den Berg NAME Russell and Margaret Huntington, South Yarra, Victoria, with Jan Goud and Chris Cairns, Port Melbourne, Victoria TRIP A 7000-kilometre self-drive

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Friday 21st October 2016

Today is our last day in Botswana as we cross to Namibia later today. We set off driving through Chobe Park, we had to sign in and out. We saw

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TLT, The Lucky Tour

Geo: -19.0933, 22.4451 All night long we heard hippos bellowing not too far outside our tents, plus — one of my favorite sounds in all the world — frogs singing

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