African Eden

If there was a paradise on earth, it would be in Botsuana.

Botsuana is a sparsely populated country in sub-Saharan Africa. While the country is more than 1.5 times bigger as Germany, its population just slightly exceeds two million people. Around 90 percent of the country is covered by savanna, varying from fertile shrublands to the dry Kalahari Desert. Although three national parks and many game reserves occupy around 17 percent of the surface, the impression of true wilderness is neither disturbed by any fences nor by artificial establishments.

The Okavango River is the fourth-largest river in southern Africa, beginning in Angola and flowing into the sands of the Kalahari Desert, thus forming one of the world’s largest inland deltas. The entire water never reaches the ocean, but entirely evaporates in the delta. As a result, the Okavango Delta gives life to an incredible amount of birds, insects and mammals.

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