The Botswana landscape is dominated by a platform that lies about 3,300 feet above sea level. The eastern part contains some of the very few hills the country has on offer. The Kalahari Desert covers the southern and the western parts of the country.

In the northwest the Okavango River enters the country from the mountains in Angola. It’s the only river in the world that does not end in a sea, but collides with the earth’s fault lines and comes to a standstill in the north of the Kalahari forming the Okavango Delta.

The Delta has become a world famous natural phenomenon that attracts researchers, documentary makers and nature lovers from all over the world who come here to celebrate and enjoy the beauty that pristine nature has to offer.