Trying to choose between Southern Africa’s most prolific wildlife destinations is no easy task.
South Africa and Botswana are neighboring countries that both offer superb wildlife sightings and top class camps and lodges, but there are a number of differences to keep in mind when choosing one over the other. We’ve compiled some of our top highlights for each country. Take a look:
While South Africa offers the perfect combination of beach, city and bush, Botswana’s treasured wilderness is a source of national pride. Which would you choose?
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Having trouble deciding? Contact us for travel advice about how to create an itinerary that will take you to both destinations.
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