Botswana vs Namibia
Namibia is Botswana’s western neighbor, and the two countries share a large portion of the Kalahari Desert. Namibia doesn’t have Botswana’s water supply, making the latter far superior in terms of wildlife density.
The only slight exception is a narrow stretch of land that protrudes from Namibia’s northeast corner, known as the Caprivi Strip.
Yet, it does offer the chance to see some unusual desert-adapted creatures like oryx, brown hyena, black rhino, and the famed desert elephants and desert lions.
Both countries are equally rugged and remote, with a low population density and a rich cultural heritage. Still, when it comes to spectacular landscapes, the immensity of Namibia’s panoramic views is hard to beat.