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Our Botswana adventure
Submitted by lisa on 2008-02-28 09:07:33 (via www.elsa.20megsfree.com)
A quick decision to take a vacation in the wilderness of Botswana turned out to be an incredible journey. To camp at a spot where elephants were an hour ago??? This is definitely wild!!! In the midst of the worst roads, bush, and showers built with reeds discover the magnificent Tsodilo Hills and the most amazing sunsets.
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-08-21 09:07:31
Botswana is an amazing place, i was born there and lived there until i was 7, i also went back in 2004 for a 2 month trip, things looked a lot different when i went back, Botswana has been better. But if any one is intrested in taking a trip to botswana you wont be dissapointed, going on safaris and staying in the wild, learning about different cultures, is an amazing experiance.
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-08-22 05:28:05
i spent 2 months living in a tent in tuli (south east corner) defo the best and most well worth it time ive spent in my life. up north towards the okavango delta can be expensive because its a popular safafri spot but the rest of the country is incredible, the people are deadly and counrty is also real cool cuz they have taken down the fences between game farms to allow the wildlife freedom of movement around the country to allow for migrations. i did a two month research placement with this company if your lookin for a gap year experience then check them out. i went on my own and never once felt bored or alone, made loads of cool mates.
Next month im actually heading back to botswana, so yeah id defo recomend it its a good african experience off the beaten track.
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-08-25 18:12:23
I am a kiwi and having been living in Botswana for 11 years...sorry am still there. When I first arrived things were so much more relaxed...all I can say is ..... you must know your hot spots.....It is an amazing place for a first time visitor....the wild life is wow. Get to know the people without being a tourist...cause like any African country they will take your money, but, there are so many wonderful places in Botswana and Southern Africa...please email me as I have lived or traveled in 95% of south africa and a lot of southern africa
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-08-27 07:37:36
Botwana is beautiful!i know because ive lived here my whole life!its the best wildlife experience you ould ask for in my opinion and its peaceful.i dont think anyone could regret coming to Botswana.
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-09-24 05:09:23
ok well 1st botswana isnt just bush!!! there is a city, and i get annoyed with people going on about wild life this and wild life that... due to forginers decideding to protect the elephant they are now running a muck of the country... so ya.. botswana is lovely, but there is more to it then its whildlife... but if u r that sort of person, feel free to discover north botswana, chobe and the okavango delta, fabulous stuff...

more to the south we have Gaborone! the country capital, where we live in proper houses like any other country not mud huts, there are clubs and cars... but driving here is dodgy, thats all i can say... bots is great but u need both sides of the country as a whole, not just the wow camping and such... but i do enjoy botswana... the non camping side of it...
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2009-02-01 08:22:00
Botswana is beautiful. I'm a Tongan from the South Pacific and I came to Botswana since April 07. Last year on the 23rd December I travel with my partner up north. We spent 2 nights at Molema Bush Camp at Tuli Block. We do self game drive and it was amazing. We saw different wild animals like monkeys, baboons, elephants, zebras, and many more... On Christmas, we traveled to Kasane via Francistown. We spent 3nights at Pandamatenga. We spent 2 nights at Chobe Safari Lodge. During those times we do Vics Falls, game drive safari and boat drive safari to Chobe National Park. It was great. There is so much to see in Botswana. You just need more time to travel and experienced beautiful country.
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