There are few countries in Africa that can compete with Botswana for safari exclusivity and luxury, as well as abundant wildlife and diverse landscapes. With a population of roughly 2 million, the country is slightly larger than France and slightly smaller than Texas, yet 40% of its land is dedicated to parks and wildlife. Botswana’s government has prescribed a high-income, low-volume, low-impact, ecotourism policy, meaning fewer tourists and better protected natural wildernesses. In addition, they have dedicated their army to anti-poaching – one of the reasons the country is such a safe haven for wildlife. In wilderness areas like the depths of the Okavango Delta and its surrounds, not only are the safari camps and lodges more ecologically minded and more
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