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Botswana is a magical African country that promises stunning scenery and luxurious lodging in the heart of the Southern African bushveld. Botswana has plenty of 5-Star Accommodation guests can choose from, each one as luxurious and lavish as the next, located in prime wildlife viewing areas. These safari camps and lodges are exquisite, vibrant and beautiful, just like the country itself. Most 5-Star Accommodation is set along the vast Okavango Delta and guests will experience unbelievable views that rival no other.
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The Etosha National Park is also extremely popular for its approximately 340 recorded bird species. There are beautiful blue cranes and secretary birds, and ostriches and various unusual kinds of vultures, hawks and falcons are often seen. Etosha is therefore a spectacular destination for all fans of feathery creatures.
Some of the best things to do in Etosha National Park include:
- A large waterhole at Okaukuejo is a famous location for night-time visitors, including rhino, lion and elephant. This is especially the case during the dry season.
- Etosha has significant numbers of endangered black rhino and a higher density of giraffe than many other areas.
- The huge Etosha salt pan is a spectacular sight and it causes the entire area to have a unique whitish colour.
- Greater and lesser flamingos, as well as other water birds such as the Eastern white pelican, flock to the pan when there is water.
- Incredibly strange-looking trees of the African moringa (ghost tree) variety are found west of Okaukuejo and this area is referred to as Sprokieswoud, or the haunted forest.
- The Etosha National Park is the home of 114 mammal species, 110 reptile species, 16 amphibian species and 340 bird species.