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The Okavango Delta, which incorporates the Moremi Game Reserve is a unique ecosystem in that it is situated in the middle of the largest stretch of continuous sand in the world – the Kalahari Basin. This wetland lies like an oasis in an otherwise inhospitable landscape. The vegetation is lush, but very fragile and the wildlife is of the very best to be seen in Africa. The Okavango Delta is situated in northern Botswana, has no natural outlet to the sea and is a vast and unique eco-system covering 15000 sq km of African wilderness. Numerous well equipped safari camps within the swamps serve the visitor, providing for every need, making the region one of the prime safari destinations in Africa. No visit to Botswana can be considered complete without time spent in the pristine environment of the Okavango marshlands. An experience of a lifetime!
The Chobe National Park is located in the northern region of Botswana, is an outstanding wildlife wilderness area, which is 11 000 sq km in size and offers enormous wildlife diversity. The Chobe is watered principally by the Chobe and Savuti rivers, attracting huge concentrations of game, particularly elephant and lion in some of the highest densities in Africa. The Chobe is made up of four distinct regions - Savute, Serondela, Linyante, and the Chobe River frontage.
Savute is located 180 km north of Maun in the Western section of Chobe. The 5000 sq km Savute region is Africa's most densely populated predator area and also hosts the greatest concentration of plains antelope, zebra and wildebeest, in Southern Africa. Nowhere else will the visitor find find such a wealth of wildlife, including 350 recorded bird species, and some of the most diverse landscapes in the country. Savute is renowned for its magnificent lions and the spectacular annual summer migrations of plains game.