Seven of the best Botswana sunsets

discoverafrica 22 February 2018
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There is something so magical about the sunsets in Botswana. Whether you’re on a Botswana safari in the Okavango Delta, the Central Kalahari Game Reserve, or simply enjoying the watery world of the Chobe river, there is one thing that remains consistent; the raw beauty of this incredible destination.

We’ve compiled seven of the best Botswana sunsets to give you major travel envy:

1. Chasing Sunsets

Could there be anything better than enjoying a crisp glass of wine on a sunset boat cruise? We think not.


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2. Simply spectacular

The swarthy colours of this incredible sunset in the Linyanti Wetlands is so beautiful. This area of northern Botswana is definitely worth a visit.

3. A sunset to soothe your soul

The Okavango Delta’s lily pads look good at any time of the day, especially from a traditional mokoro ride on safari.


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4. Wild about the Central Kalahari Game Reserve

Lion are among the many big cats to be observed in this desertous region of Botswana. They have been captured perfectly in this striking image.

5. Sunset from Maun

This bustling frontier town is a popular stop over for tourists going on safari in Botswana. Even here the sunsets are incredible.


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6. Unforgettable Selinda

The Zarafa Camp in the pristine Selinda Game Reserve is not only luxurious, the sunsets just add something special to the end of a long day on safari.

7. Take me back to Botswana

The green season in Botswana means plenty of rain, but this is also the best time of year to capture amazing photographs.

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