Botswana is most famous for the glittering jewel of all wilderness areas - the Okavango Delta. The Delta is 15,000 square kilometers of water channels, lagoons and islands. The flood waters from the Central African Highlands over 1,000km away flow into the Delta to create this wonderous wetland within a desert. The Okavango Delta is home to a large number of wildlife from common mammals and birdlife, to those that are not often seen elsewhere, such as Sitatunga, Wild Dog and Wattled Crane.
Other areas of great interest are the Makgadikgadi Pans (a relic of what was once one of the biggest inland lakes in Africa), the Central Kalahari Game Reserve (nothing prepares you for the immensity of this reserve, nor its wild, mysterious beauty), the Linyanti with its floodplains, grasslands, exotic palm islands and scrub vegetation and the Chobe National Park (has one of the largest concentrations of game in Africa).
The Delta is extremely flat with less than 2 meters of elevation change.
The Makgadikgadi Pans is the size of Portugal.
The Central Kalahari Game Reserve is the second largest wildlife reserve in the world.
The Savuti River started flowing in January 2010 into the Savuti March after being dry for thirty years.