Botswana is an African country with the most number of African Elephants in the world. It is famous for its Elephant safari. For the Best Elephant Experience, Botswana is the place to visit!
Land of the Kalahari desert is also the leading producer of high-value diamonds!
The low value of its currency makes it even more attractive for travelers as they get much better value for their money.
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Table of Contents
- Facts about Botswana
- How to reach Botswana?
- Is Botswana safe?
- Things to Carry for Botswana Trip
- Things not to carry to Botswana
Facts about Botswana
|Botswana International Airport||Sir Seretse Khama International Airport|
|Botswana Government Type||Democracy|
|Botswana Weather||Subtropical Desert Climate|
|Main Business||Tourism, Dimond Export|
|Botswana Currency||Pula (0.087 USD=1 Pula)|
|Botswana National Animal||Zebra|
|Botswana National Bird||Kori Bustard|
How to reach Botswana?
To reach Botswana, you will have to fly down to Capetown or Harare and from there you can fly into Botswana. At the time of writing this article, there were no direct flights to Botswana.
You can also reach this place by road.
Is Botswana safe?
Yes, Botswana is one of the safest countries in Africa. Since tourism is one of the main sources of income for this country, tourists are respected a lot here.
Things to Carry for Botswana Trip
- Sunscreen with high SPF
- Toilet paper rolls
- Cap & full body covering cloths
- Lip balm
- Your best camera
- Satellite phone (you can get it on rent)
Things not to carry to Botswana
Meat, dairy products, or vegetables are not allowed from outside Botswana. You can buy these once you are in the country.
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