Our Ultimate Botswana Safari Packing List: What To Pack And What To Leave Behind.
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The African Continent is an abode for a varied species of animals and Botswana is no exception. Home to animals ranging from ‘The Big Five’ to rare animals like ‘The Black Rhinoceros’ and ‘The African Buffalo’. Botswana is a hotspot for tourists venturing to look for the atypical in the diverse and broad area of Botswana, and experience Botswana’s Wildlife to the fullest.
Exploring rare animals in Botswana can be a challenging task, and it is easy to get lost in the extensive Botswana Wildlife.. So, we’ve created a list of rare animals of Botswana, where they mainly live, their typical lifestyle, and how they survive in the harsh climate of Botswana.
Aardvarks are nocturnal burrowing mammals native to Africa. They have long noses which help them sniff out bugs and claws which help in opening mounds of termites.
One must be cautious of abandoned burrows when seeking to find aardvarks as these can be an abode for dangerous animals like porcupines pythons. Aardvarks in Botswana’s wildlife are somewhat widespread but are extremely difficult to witness. Some other locations to witness aardvark sightings are Makgadikgadipans Pans and Southern Kalahari.
The Cape Vulture is an Old World Vulture in the Accipitridae family. It’s considered Southern Africa’s only endemic species.
Witnessing the sight of this mini beast in Botswana’s Wildlife is simply magnificent and an obvious picturesque opportunity.
The African Wild dog has a coloured, uneven coat; chiropteran-like ears, and a fuzzy tail that helps in identification and keeping the pack in control while hunting.
If you can witness their live kills during Botswana’s Safari, it will undeniably leave an enduring impression in your mind as to how vicious predators can be how they create strategies to hunt down prey.
Strandwolf or Parahyaena Brunner is a species of hyena found mostly in Botswana, Namibia,
Various conservation territories are an abode for the Brown Hyena including The Central Kalahari Game Reserve and The Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park.
Acinonyx jubatus jubatus is the cheetah subspecies indigenous to East and Southern Africa.
Cheetahs are shy and sensitive animals and are very difficult to spot in Botswana Safari. if you do get an opportunity to witness them in the wildlife of Botswana, don’t take it for granted. If you have any questions you can address them we’ll make sure they are answered Feel free to contact us on the following details.
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Embarking on the exploration of Botswana’s Wildlife, be certain to check out the mentioned National Parks and Game Reserves of Botswana. They inhabit many rare animals that reflect the incredible beauty of Botswana’s Wildlife. And as a visitor allows one to undergo an extensive and satisfying experience of Botswana’s Wildlife.
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