Gaborone is the capitol of Botswana
and home to the fiction best seller
The #1 Ladies Deceive Agency

    Botswana is a country about the size of France with two thirds of its land covered by
    the Kalahari Desert. In the northwestern corner of the country, the Okavango River
    empties into the Kalahari Sands, creating the largest inland river delta in the world,
    the Okavango Delta, in which Moremi Wildlife Reserve is set. The Delta fluctuates in
    size and creates a paradise of islands and lagoons teeming with birds and wildlife.
    In the northeast, the famous Chobe National Park covers a wide variety of country
    including riverine forest, flood-plain, periodic marsh, mopane and miombo
    woodland and a few rocky outcrops and is also home to over 3,000 elephants. In the
    East Nata and the Sowa Salt Pans are home to over a 1,000 varieties of migrating

    Although Botswana is
    noted for its safari’s
    and game viewing, it is
    also one of the Sub-
    Saharan African
    countries seriously
    threatened by
    HIV/AIDS. The thinly
    populated, mostly rural
    country of 1.7 million
    has one of the world's
    worst HIV epidemics,
    with nearly 40 percent
    of adults infected, and
    life expectancy has
    fallen to just 39
    years, down from a
    expectation of 72
    years. However, since
    2002, when Botswana
    became the first
    African country to
    offer free
    antiretroviral drugs to
    everyone in need of
    therapy, the nation
    has become the
    continent's model for
Chobe National Park in Kasane Botswana is home
to over 130,000 elephants and 4 of the Big 5. Our
African Animal Education Program includes visits to
Chobe & travel on the Great Zambezi River.
Art work Gaborone Raid by Tebojo Mogapi

Kasane is a small town and the gateway to the Chobe National Park and it was from this town that David
Livingstone made his greatest ‘find’, Lake Victoria. Kasane is also near the confluence of the Chobe and Zambezi
Rivers, and its position in Northern Botswana places it near the borders of Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe, making
it the perfect base for explorations into the Chobe National Park, and the surrounding three countries.

The most prominent feature of the Chobe National Park is the huge concentration of elephants. It is not only the
elephants that make this very special park worth visiting, but also the astounding natural beauty. This park has an
amazing variety of habitats, ranging from floodplains, baobab, and mopane trees and acacia woodlands, to
verdant flood grasslands and thickets bordering the Chobe River. Flowing along the parks northern boundaries
are the Linyanti and Chobe Rivers, while in the south the Savuti Channel brings life to the Mababe Depression.
The Chobe National Park has an amazing variety of game, and many brilliantly coloured birds.