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Download Botswana The Bradt Travel Guide Reader ☆ The Bradt Travel Guide ò [Reading] ➶ Botswana: The Bradt Travel Guide ➽ Chris McIntyre – Dcmdirect.co.uk Botswana's Okavango Delta is a wetland paradise and a top destination in Africa for wildlife enthusiasts who will delight in the thL guide for visitors heading for lodges and safari camps either as overlanders exploring the wilderness Botswana or those on tailor made tours and fly drive trips The author recognizes the bewildering choice facing the visitor planning a trip to this major safari destination and provides independent guidance on travel option Ive been waiting for this book for a long time None of the other guides on the area even comes close It is the most detailed guide Ive read on the Okavango Chobe Makgadikgadi and the northern Kalahari In my view the information seems to be very up to date which is not true for Bradts second edition on Namibia This book is suitable for people going on an organized safari I envy them their 's and the luxury that awaits them and those planning an independent self drive The maps are good and a number of useful GPS coordinates are included The descriptions of off some of the beaten track sites that I have visited are very accurate If you are a self drive tourist you might want to look at Mike Mains African Adventurer's Guide to Botswana It has many trails that are detailed in the same region but lacks the overview given in this guide describing the many concession areas surrounding the Okavango The book also includes a very useful section on Livingstone in Zambia telling you how to get the most out of your visit to the famed Victoria Falls What do I miss? Talking to Elein Drotsky she mentioned that here sisters company could arrange boat trips from Shakawe to Maun water levels permitting There is no mention of this or any other such service in the book guess I'll have to do some digging on that one myself All in all your s £s s or Rands will be well spent on this guide

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F Chobe National Park as a prime conservation area the Linyanti Swamp central Kalahari Game Reserve and Tsodilo Hills with their wealth of bushman rock art are also covered in depth supplying visitors with a wide range of very accessible attractions and a background to the culture and people of the region Botswana is an idea This Guide from Bradt was field tested on our trip to Botswana Although we went on a guided trip this guide is also sufficiently detailed that if you are planning your own adventure it will be invaluable It is packed full of information useful hints maps and illustrations it feels as though Chris McIntyre has a genuinely intimate knowledge of the region The staff at the lodge where we were staying also commended this guideIn the field we found the guide easy to use and accurate with lots of good practical tips that helped us get out of our trip We certainly felt we chose the right guidebook in this Bradt Guide Recommended

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Botswana The Bradt Travel GuideBotswana's Okavango Delta is a wetland paradise and a top destination in Africa for wildlife enthusiasts who will delight in the thorough coverage of this new Bradt guide The Okavango's uniue ecosystem provides a habitat for a multitude of birdlife and plants and its swampland is patrolled by hippos and crocodiles The lure o I've been waiting for this book for a long time None of the other guides on the area even comes close It is the most detailed guide I've read on the Okavango Chobe Makgadikgadi and the northern Kalahari In my view the information seems to be very up to date which is not true for Bradts second edition on Namibia This book is suitable for people going on an organized safari I envy them their 's and the luxury that awaits them and those planning an independent self drive The maps are good and a number of useful GPS coordinates are included The descriptions of off some of the beaten track sites that I have visited are very accurate If you are a self drive tourist you might want to look at Mike Mains African Adventurer's Guide to Botswana It has many trails that are detailed in the same region but lacks the overview given in this guide describing the many concession areas surrounding the Okavango The book also includes a very useful section on Livingstone in Zambia telling you how to get the most out of your visit to the famed Victoria Falls What do I miss? Talking to Elein Drotsky she mentioned that here sisters company could arrange boat trips from Shakawe to Maun water levels permitting There is no mention of this or any other such service in the book guess I'll have to do some digging on that one myself All in all your 's £'s €'s or Rand's will be well spent on this guide