|Botswana in the News
From gold-listed camps to kayaking adventures, Botswana continues to pop up all over the media... including television, print and blogs. Check out this recent coverage:
Diamonds may be forever in Botswana, but all we are seeing is gold. Condé Nast Traveler readers recently included three Botswana safari camps on their 2014 Gold List. This list reflects the best of the best, voted on by you, the travelers. Read more about it here.
Traveling to Africa is a once-in-a-lifetime trip. Traveling there seven times is a blessing. This go-around, Ann McGaw of Frost Illustrated was able to cross off a “to see” animal while in Botswana. Read which animal she was thrilled to see and more here.
Botswana has some of the last remaining free-roaming populations of wild animals on the planet. National Geographic’s News Watch shares how urban wildlife corridors could save Africa’s free-roaming elephants. Read more here.
Our friends at Tauck teamed up with BBC Earth for a series of nature-focused trips to begin this year called Earth Journeys. The New York Times shared more information on these five itineraries here.
Feel at one with nature as BBC’s “Around the World” discovers the Kalahari Desert, the Okavango Delta and the Makgadikgadi Pans. Check out what it is like to get up close and personal with the wildlife here.
Kayaking the Okavango is a one-of-a-kind adventure that offers a new perspective on this beautiful country. Weather.com recently shared the perks of exploring the Delta by kayak. Read more here.
Business Insider recently included Botswana on their “14 Places You Should Plan to Visit in 2014” list. Read more here.
HuffingtonPost.com recently featured our friends at Equitrekking as they stop by a local village in Botswana. Watch what happens here.